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Jan
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accepted (e)def and BibLaTeX
Jan
6
comment (e)def and BibLaTeX
Sorry, I was not precise enough. If I simply do this, now an English sentence English Citation: entry, is typeset in French. What I would like is English Citation: entry". Dans :
Jan
6
comment (e)def and BibLaTeX
The problem with this answer is that here, the bibliography is typeset in French, and so In: should also read Dans :.
Jan
6
comment (e)def and BibLaTeX
I switched to \def, but the problem is still there.
Jan
6
revised (e)def and BibLaTeX
Switching to def, but still the same problem
Jan
6
asked (e)def and BibLaTeX
Jan
4
comment Control glossaries fontsize
Works like a charm, thank you very much !
Jan
4
accepted Control glossaries fontsize
Jan
4
asked Control glossaries fontsize
Jul
20
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
3
accepted Problem with caption, hyperref and algorithm2e
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
comment Problem with caption, hyperref and algorithm2e
Thank you for your edit, however, while the links are now good, the title of each algorithm is completely messed up (the caption is below the second line, instead of between the first and second line, and centered, instead of flushed to the left). Do you know why that is ? Thank you.
Jul
2
revised Problem with caption, hyperref and algorithm2e
added 118 characters in body
Jul
2
comment Problem with caption, hyperref and algorithm2e
Thank you for your answer, however, I want my figures and my algorithms to be printed using the same list, in this case \listoffigures, and I want the numbering to be consistant (fig 1, alg 2, fig 3, ...). I might have stripped down my actual document too much to provide the MWE, sorry about that. Anyway, if you think this is possible with your approach, please let me know (I have edited my example). Thanks.
Jul
2
asked Problem with caption, hyperref and algorithm2e
Jun
23
accepted Changing language back and forth with polyglossia
Jun
23
comment Changing language back and forth with polyglossia
Fortunately, my (much larger) project compiles fine with XeLaTeX and the behavior is indeed correct there. I am all ears for a possible LuaLaTeX fix though, since this seems to me it is the only hiccup in the experimental support. For example, \cref{fig} and \cref{chap} correctly switch back to the correct formatting (fig. in English vs. figure in French and chapter in English vs. chapitre in French).
Jun
23
asked Changing language back and forth with polyglossia
May
29
comment Using pgf to print raw numbers without math delimiters
I just want to escape math mode. @egreg solution is what I needed, but if you have another solution using lua, please let me know.