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I've been using LaTeX since I started university 6 years ago, and grateful to everyone ever involved in the kernel, or in the various packages, distributions and websites, those who introduced me to it and those who answer related questions!

I'm following with interest the developments on LaTeX3 and also the alternative engines, which I hope to one-day be able to exploit more!


Mar
25
revised Incompatibility of the ocg-p package with the ocgcolorlinks option of the hyperref package
removed thanks, added an MWE
Mar
15
awarded  Revival
Mar
15
revised Make backrefs invisible in hardcopy
propogated update from the base answer by diabonas
Mar
12
comment Hyperref jumps to the wrong equation if the equation has a \tag and cleveref is used
@mafp: Glad it was of some help. I'm afraid it was a case of examining the various source files for each of the packages involved. Probably the issues with the interactions were never anticipated hence not documented or resolved.
Feb
27
comment Embed distributed LaTeX file/code to the PDF?
Maybe this is helpful: Create list of all external files used by master LaTeX document?
Feb
3
answered How to find out where a macro is defined?
Feb
2
comment handling href when importing separate standalone latex documents and assembling them into one document
@MartinScharrer: Fantastic. Thanks for that. I have edited my posts slightly to refer to the new version, and deleted previous comments.
Feb
2
revised handling href when importing separate standalone latex documents and assembling them into one document
change in light of currfile's new support for import
Feb
2
revised handling href when importing separate standalone latex documents and assembling them into one document
change intro in light of currfile's new support for import
Jan
28
answered handling href when importing separate standalone latex documents and assembling them into one document
Jan
27
answered handling href when importing separate standalone latex documents and assembling them into one document
Jan
24
comment Obfuscation of @ and . in e-mail addresses
@Werner: randtext's usefulness for obfuscation is limited, as some PDF viewers routinely unobfuscate without you even being able to tell it was obfuscated in the first place. Therefore you can assume its transparent for spammers too. See eg randtext not working
Jan
24
comment Making an anonymous PDF file using PDFLaTeX
Usually no, except maybe the PDF metadata as already mentioned. One way to demonstrate this is to uncompress the PDF and then examine it, either manually (for small test documents) or using eg grep for known directory names etc.
Jan
23
answered Combination of Subfiles, Apacite and Babel packages result in LaTeX error
Jan
22
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How can I use line numbers with leading zeros?
Jan
22
revised How can I use line numbers with leading zeros?
combined right aligned box numberstyle, added image
Jan
22
answered How can I use line numbers with leading zeros?
Jan
22
comment How can I use line numbers with leading zeros?
@PeterGrill: I suggest using numberstyle=\ttfamily\makebox[3em][r] instead of redefining \thelstnumber as doing the latter will cause problems with referencing (eg to determine the last line number in the listing).
Jan
22
comment Convert Title Page from LaTeX (or the resulting PDF) into a PNG thumbnail
This doesn't really seem to be a LaTeX question. Have you tried eg Convert PDF to PNG using ImageMagick?
Jan
22
comment TeXworks and Command Line Compilation ok, But TeXShop yields different result
This might also be helpful: How to trim .tex for each filename read from an external file?