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Feb
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comment How to change font styles in verse environment without setting up a new environment?
it works! thanks! very comprehensive!
Feb
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comment How to change font styles in verse environment without setting up a new environment?
this solution is very elegant! thanks!
Feb
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accepted How to change font styles in verse environment without setting up a new environment?
Feb
4
comment In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
brilliant! thanks!
Feb
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accepted In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
Feb
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comment In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
@egreg a minimal example is added into the question. tx
Feb
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revised In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
added 529 characters in body
Feb
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comment In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
@egreg gave it a go, it still produced the output of "This is Mixed Cases" rather than the desirable "this is mixed cases". I copied the code exactly.
Feb
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revised In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
added 36 characters in body
Feb
4
comment In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
@Sigur It produced the same error as above.
Feb
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comment In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
@Werner I tried \fancyhead[OC]{\rmfamily \bf \small \nouppercase \MakeTextLowercase{\leftmark}} (with or without \nouppercase) It produced error. citing too many }. I am with KOMA Script, Book Class. textcase loaded.
Feb
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asked In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase
Feb
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asked How to change font styles in verse environment without setting up a new environment?
Feb
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comment To kern double em-dashes
@tohecz The -0.4em didn't work, whatever I modified the numbers, it doesn't seem to do anything. As regards to your second point of ------, not sure where to put it. In the script it is 6 hyphens... Can you illustrate it clearly? Thank you!
Feb
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comment To kern double em-dashes
Thanks YL, it works brilliantly. However, the LyX will be passed around proof reader, it will be ideal if the manuscript is modified as little as possible. Is there any possible method to be included in the Preamble? I found this post, but couldn't figured out how it works. blog.cleverly.com/permalinks/322.html
Feb
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comment How to change font size in verse environment?
This above solution seems don't have the normal verse function anymore, what if I just want to tweak the font size, font style a bit? will be great if it can be set up in Preamble.
Feb
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asked To kern double em-dashes
Jan
30
comment automatically to apply \enlargethispage{\baselineskip} when single-word-widow occurs
it works very well indeed. It seems to mitigated all widows. However, I found it actually confused with diagrams. I tried to reduced the number to 8000 or 5000, doesn't do much. I don't mind widow lines that much in this book, since it is a play, one or two line over the other page doesnt matter that much—just single-word widow that is unforgivable. Is it possible to detect them? It is likely to be the combination of "single word + punctuation. "
Jan
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asked automatically to apply \enlargethispage{\baselineskip} when single-word-widow occurs
Jan
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comment Selecting optical size?
@egreg ps. is there an overview to all the optical sizes? I found this, mirrors.ctan.org/fonts/lm/doc/fonts/lm/tstlmot1.pdf but it seems doesnt co-relates to actual files that t1clm2j.fd specified.