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Oct
28
comment ConTeXt: Using system-installed TrueType/OpenType fonts
OK, I think I got it. After running OSFONTDIR=~/.fonts/fonts/microsoft/ mtxrun --script fonts --reload I can just run context without setting OSFONTDIR and simplefonts even finds the italics. Just running mtxrun --script fonts --reload again deletes the cache and only finds fonts in /usr/local/texlive/2013/. I expected that script to use my system's fontconfig paths, as lualatex appears to do.
Oct
28
comment ConTeXt: Using system-installed TrueType/OpenType fonts
running with OSFONTDIR=~/.fonts doesn't change anything, but giving the exact subfolder which contains cambria.ttc etc as OSFONTDIR=~/.fonts/fonts/microsoft/ it works fully for typescript, italics missing for simplefonts.
Oct
28
comment ConTeXt: Using system-installed TrueType/OpenType fonts
The typescript example produces empty output, not even using the LM fallback, and I get font with asked name 'cambria' is not found using lookup 'name' and font with asked name 'calibri' is not found using lookup 'file'
Oct
28
comment ConTeXt: Using system-installed TrueType/OpenType fonts
Simplefonts looks great, however using your example, everything is set in LMMonoPropLt10-Regular for me and the log complains simplefonts > font ''cambria'' not found and simplefonts > font ''calibri'' not found
Jul
8
comment cleveref, autonum and labeling only referenced equations
The current version, v0.3.5(2013/06/15) doesn't support names with special characters again, I guess the version where it was supported just did so unintentionally, not as a feature
Jul
7
comment unicode-math and tex4ht with utf-8 input
Hm, I was hoping there was a stable solution, seems like I won't be able to avoid editing my document extensively for the tex4ht-edition
Jul
5
comment unicode-math and tex4ht with utf-8 input
In this thread they use \DeclareUnicodeCharacter or a script to replace each non-ascii character with a raw HTML entity, but I don't think this will work with unicode-math because it interprets i.e. as x^2 which generates an <msup> etc. Also I thought XeTeX supported unicode directly?!
May
26
comment Backreferences for equations
Ah yes, turns out getting the backreferences isn't the main problem but putting them next to the equation. Didn't expect that when writing the question, I'll edit it
May
24
comment Cool Text Highlighting in LaTeX
Has there been a solution found for the faded text issue? I've found nothing newer than this answer…
Apr
30
comment Easiest way to plot matrix image
While set pm3d interpolate currently doesn't seem to work with tables, interpolating using set dgrid3d 64,64 exp works.
Apr
29
comment Easiest way to plot matrix image
thanks for the different solutions; I tried the raw gnuplot one but in 4.6 with set pm3d map interpolate 0,0; splot 'data' matrix[which implicitly adds with pm3d] I get an error “Tabular output of this 3D plot style not implemented”. Using with points does output a list of col:row:value, but doesn't interpolate. The message I'm seeing seems to have been introduced in 2012/06/08, no mention of pm3d in this file, maybe a regression or something else wrong on my end?
Apr
27
comment Easiest way to plot matrix image
This is the same problem why I avoid drawing the colorbar gradients with gnuplot: approximating a surface with small rectangles often produces rendering artefacts, i.e. lines of white or lighter pixels in a surface that should appear closed, because the rectangles are rendered on top of each other anti-aliased, and when half-covered pixels don't add up to the intended color exactly it shows a gap. This is not an issue with raster images...
Apr
27
comment Easiest way to plot matrix image
Here is a 131x131 data set I'd like to plot. The (error)values are slightly higher every 32rows/columns, to make that point I'll need to plot at least 100 each. Using a log scale on the values, and drawing the color ticks accordingly would be nice too.
Apr
13
comment Force re-reading a data file
Ok, I thought the point of the table keys was exactly this kind of filtering (like gnuplot's every <skip>:<start>:…), so it's just a side-effect?
Apr
6
comment citestyle=authoryear, change delimiter
You're right, I wasn't looking at the output of \cite but at \usebibmacro{cite}.
Apr
2
comment KOMA-Script captionbeside and custom floats
ah, that's even better, thanks
Feb
3
comment Reliably remove baseline skip between text and math
no I want exactly what I produced as (3) in my question, mad as it sounds. (In my actual use case there's no text clashing into the formula, it's just there to show the line heights)
Feb
2
comment Reliably remove baseline skip between text and math
\setlength{\abovedisplayskip}{0pt} and my previous solution \setlength{\abovedisplayskip}{-\baselineskip} have the same problem with higher-than-normal math lines as the \vskip one in my question, additionally they break \intertext{} because that uses \abovedisplayskip too.
Feb
2
comment Reliably remove baseline skip between text and math
That's what I'm using. It has the same problem though, the "Proof" text is defined in the environment. If it wasn't the easy solution would be using the second block of code.
Sep
8
comment Less vertical space in frac
awesome, looks like it's time to not just use LuaTeX as a drop-in replacement for XeTeX anymore.