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Jun
14
comment emacs+auctex: prevent region filling when inserting itemize
Sure. And my point is precisely that I want to be able to type <M-return> at the beginning of each line without having to go fishing for my dashes :-)
Jun
13
asked emacs+auctex: prevent region filling when inserting itemize
Feb
8
comment Is reStructuredText compatible with the memoir class?
thanks for that. However I now use ''pandoc'' (as per suggested in the comments above) and am much happier with it than Rst. cheers.
Jul
20
awarded  Critic
Jun
13
comment Is reStructuredText compatible with the memoir class?
@Sveinung thanks heaps for telling me about pandoc. I've just dropped docutils for pandoc, and I think I won't need to look back ever (I'm not even going to report the "bug" to docutils :-)
Jun
7
awarded  Commentator
Jun
7
comment Is reStructuredText compatible with the memoir class?
The implementation uses the same code to handle regular sectioning as well: chapters, sections and so on all get their \phantomsection and their \label. This does make some more sense, but yet it still upsets memoir. And now I wonder where I should report the bug: is that a memoir problem, or a docutils bug ?
Jun
7
revised Is reStructuredText compatible with the memoir class?
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Jun
7
comment Is reStructuredText compatible with the memoir class?
I agree with your interpretation. My question is: why does docutils claim that it supports memoir when it generates such code (which clear purpose I don't understand either, btw) ?
Jun
7
asked Is reStructuredText compatible with the memoir class?
Jun
4
awarded  Nice Question
May
18
comment Speeding up minted compilation
calm down you guys :-) I have no idea what T-vim etc are in the first place. As for myself, I'm fine with not getting a "final" document when I say "draft", just as I'm happy with the way graphicx handles "draft".
Apr
12
comment Where does whitespace between two consecutive lines come from?
thanks a lot for this answer. not only does it solve the problem at hand, but it also teaches me cool stuff along the way :-)
Apr
10
awarded  Yearling
Apr
10
asked Where does whitespace between two consecutive lines come from?
Apr
6
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
19
comment Advantage of LaTeX presentations?
Being a teacher of computer science, I can feel your pain. By now, I actually have completely given up on slides for teaching material. I'm using the chalkboard instead, which is very much more time-efficient as far as preparing the content is concerned, but it is also a bit frustrating. and not very good-looking !
Jan
19
comment Advantage of LaTeX presentations?
@matthew: I widh I could upvote your answer more than once ! IMHO, it's so much more concise than all the others, and still it does contains the exact amount and diversity of information needed to answer the question !
Dec
23
awarded  Editor
Dec
23
revised Speeding up minted compilation
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