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Engineer and eternal student


Nov
5
comment Biblatex/biber - no citation, bibdata, or bibstyle found in .aux file
Unfortunately it was an incredibly simple fix, spurred by @jon. TeXnicCenter was calling the wrong compiler. Doh! Thanks for the help though. @jon: The only indexing command is \makeindex which I thought I was required to have to create contents, acronym lists, etc? I take it that is nonsense?
Nov
5
answered Biblatex/biber - no citation, bibdata, or bibstyle found in .aux file
Nov
5
asked Biblatex/biber - no citation, bibdata, or bibstyle found in .aux file
Nov
5
comment Acronym upper/lower/mixed case, and pluralisation
Will do @cgnieder. Like I said, I can't remember the original reasons I gave up on acro but if I find some clangers I let you know.
Nov
2
comment Acronym upper/lower/mixed case, and pluralisation
Have tried using acro before but I had major issues. Unfortunately I don't document anything and my memory is appalling so I can't remember what the issues were. So I'm trying again. I think I've managed to get it to work but biblatex/biber has completely spazzed out and is preventing compilation, so once I've finished that I'll report back.
Nov
1
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
1
awarded  Scholar
Nov
1
accepted How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents
Nov
1
asked Acronym upper/lower/mixed case, and pluralisation
Oct
12
comment Acronyms in upper/lower case
@egreg- So what now? How do I mark this question as solved/duplicate/whatever? :)
Oct
12
comment Acronyms in upper/lower case
@egreg- I think that solved it! Thanks for your help! (no idea how I didn't the other post, I spent ages searching. Guess you just have to know which words to use)
Oct
12
asked Acronyms in upper/lower case
Oct
9
awarded  Student
Oct
8
comment How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents
The main reason I went with \parindent was due to the bibliography. We have to use this author-year style and if you use parskip, all the bibliography entries have no indent reducing readability. If I could keep the indent, or have some sort of bulletpoint/character denoting the start of each reference, then I might go with parskip. Is this possible? Has it been solved already? And do I need to create another question for it?
Oct
8
awarded  Editor
Oct
8
comment How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents
lockstep: Sorry for the Thank You egreg: I've inserted the pic and removed the ! as per your instructions
Oct
8
revised How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents
added 70 characters in body
Oct
8
asked How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents