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Apr
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accepted How to install ttf fonts on xelatex + BSD for www user?
Apr
10
comment How to install ttf fonts on xelatex + BSD for www user?
Yes, putting them into the system wide fonts dir is an option that works. I wanted to separate them from system wide fonts though (and that was written in the original question). If I put them in the system wide fonts dir, then automatic texlive package updates might delete them... But I agree, this would work.
Apr
10
comment How to install ttf fonts on xelatex + BSD for www user?
It is because they are not prohibited. :-) But it was 100% clear that the user has no home directory.
Apr
10
answered How to install ttf fonts on xelatex + BSD for www user?
Apr
10
comment How to install ttf fonts on xelatex + BSD for www user?
How about \setmainfont[ExternalLocation={some_directory}]{some_file.ttf} ? It is not an environment, but the tex files are already generated by a program. I just read this here: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/169688/…
Apr
10
comment How to install ttf fonts on xelatex + BSD for www user?
Sorry, that cannot be adapted to my situation. Section 3.4.4 tells: "if you want to make the TEX Live fonts available to only one user, you can do the following: Copy the texlive-fontconfig.conf file to ~/.fonts.conf, where ~ is your home directory.". If your read my question then it is clear that the home directory of the user is non-existent. It is not possible to use ~/.fonts.conf, because ~ does not exist.
Apr
10
asked How to install ttf fonts on xelatex + BSD for www user?
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Oct
29
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
I'm still confused. If we use includefoot then the footer becomes part of the text body, and the footer will be above the margin. In that case, what is the meaning of footskip? It is supposed to be "the vertical length between the bottom of the text area and the bottom of the area reserved for footers". But if we include the footer into the text area, then there is no such thing as "area reserved for footers below the text area". Then what does it mean? :-(
Oct
29
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
Also found this figure that explains margings, footers headers and how they are related. tex.stackexchange.com/questions/132170/…
Oct
29
accepted Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
Oct
28
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
Oh, I see now! cfoot does not calculate the height of the footer at all. I have to set it manually. Is that right?
Oct
28
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
@harnish-kumar: Please post "includefoot" and possibly "includehead" as a soltion. By adding that one thing to my document, everything seems to be fine.
Oct
28
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
@cfr: Are you saying that the footer is rendered on the margin? I thought that the footer is ABOVE the margin.
Oct
28
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
! Package xkeyval Error: foo‌​tskip' undefined in families Gm'.
Oct
28
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
I was experimenting some more, and it seems that adding an invisible (zero point high) horizontal rule to the top of the cfoot solves the problem: \cfoot{\rule{0.5\textwidth}{0pt} but I don't understand why!
Oct
28
revised Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
Fixed typo
Oct
28
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
Finally I could produce a MWE
Oct
28
revised Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
Updated the question - I could produce an MWE
Oct
28
comment Fancyheader cfoot overlaps with main content
Shouldn't cfoot automatically resize the footer to fit the contents? Also I don't understand how it is related to the margins. I just tried, and the same problem can be reproduced with different margin settings (also with different paper sizes). Just I have to add / remove some rows to the table to make it appear. One thing is sure: it is NEVER bad if I put plain text into the document. Already tried with many pages of lorem lipsum. It is clearly related to the longtabu plus the cfoot together.