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Feb
15
comment Need help to change vertical spacing and margin in my messy document
I've used \linespread{1.1} with the koma scrlttr class to increase line spacing (aka leading)...you might try something similar. Also, I don't think geometry works with koma class items, so to change the margins you might use something like \setlength{\textwidth}{5in} and \setlength{\textheight}{10in} etc
Feb
14
comment Rendering a unicode en-dash in XeLaTeX
xelatex --version results in: XeTeX 3.14159265-2.6-0.99992 (TeX Live 2015) and tlmgr gives this info for fontspec: cat-version: 2.5a cat-date: 2016-02-01 14:28:29 +0100
Feb
14
comment Rendering a unicode en-dash in XeLaTeX
No. I installed Gentium specifically for this purpose (and as noted above, specifying the .ttf as an earlier person proposed or the way you have shown) doesn't change the error message. I've also tried with Arial Unicode MS, Hoefler Text and a variety of fonts, some also installed just for troubleshooting.
Feb
14
comment Rendering a unicode en-dash in XeLaTeX
That doesn't change anything for me...with either statement, Gentium Plus is being found. And I've tried with multiple other fonts that I know have the en-dash and same problem!
Dec
6
comment memoir tutorials or introductions
I was just wondering if you'd come up with any resources since you asked this question?
Oct
23
comment Iterating over files in a directory and including them
That gave me the key I needed. Thank you very much!
Oct
23
comment Iterating over files in a directory and including them
this is not a duplicate because, as I said, I would like a LaTeX solution to this, not something that relies on shell commands or LuaTeX. The near-solution I posted has the same idea, but I can't modify it to use the variables to compose a single filename rather than subdirectories with a numbered file.