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comment When including a graphic using text in LaTeX, “fi” and “ff” are not printed after compiling. How can I change this?
@Werner: I don't think that this is the problem. Bettina is including a pdf, inputenc has nothing to do here. It is probably this problem: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/50829/…
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comment When including a graphic using text in LaTeX, “fi” and “ff” are not printed after compiling. How can I change this?
This can happen with some font combination. But as your example is not complete and the graphic is missing it is difficult to say more.
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answered mdframed rounded corner on left side only
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comment By which journals is Biblatex accepted?
Well I know of at least one publisher who didn't want to switch to biblatex/biber as he feared that all his authors would ask for bibtex instead ;-). I think that it is important to communicate to the publishers that there is a rising number of people who wants to use biblatex and that they should look for solutions (which are possible).
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comment xcolor colors showing only black
I can reproduce your problem and the output of the log-file by replacing my pdftex.def with an empty file. So it looks as if your pdftex.def is broken.
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comment xcolor colors showing only black
The pdftex.def here (/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/pdftex-def/pdftex.def
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comment xcolor colors showing only black
Your pdftex.def looks curious. I wonder why it doesn't load infwarerr. What version has this file?
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comment Marginnotes and tcolorbox problem
Imho a breakable tcolorbox inside a marginnote is madness.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Passing listing-environment as option to command
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comment MikTeX error: Invalid control sequence
Try on a command line initexmf -u. Btw: there are often more problems with (multi user) admin installations then with single user installation in a user account.
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comment Undefined control sequence when using callout shapes
With a texlive2013 with all packages in the "final" version it worked fine too. If you have tlmgr you could update with an historic repository: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/25089/…
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comment Undefined control sequence when using callout shapes
Your example works fine in a current texlive 2014 but fails in texlive 2012. So you should probably update.
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answered LyX errors in exporting (PDF (XeTex)) URL's containing # to footnotes of Book document
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comment LuaLatex + Unicode-math, can't get upright greek with “\up*” commands
Well that's a good idea.
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comment LuaLatex + Unicode-math, can't get upright greek with “\up*” commands
@yuntaoc: Well try it out. But yes unicode-math does a lot of mapping (e.g. a x in your input is mapped to an italic x). The styles affect also chars that you input directly. "𝜇" would get upright with french math styles.
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comment LuaLatex + Unicode-math, can't get upright greek with “\up*” commands
@JosephWright: Imho it is not only a documentation problem. Like Manuel I do find it illogical that an \up.. command ends up italic. There should be a clear distinction between the layer of "fix" commands names that allows one to access a specific symbol (and which should be complete) and the layer of generic commands which are affected by math styles and other options.
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comment LuaLatex + Unicode-math, can't get upright greek with “\up*” commands
@yuntaoc: \mu is defined as \mitmu.
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comment LuaLatex + Unicode-math, can't get upright greek with “\up*” commands
Yes, but literal will affect also normal variables like x, and you would have to type them as \mitx etc if you want italic variables.
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comment LuaLatex + Unicode-math, can't get upright greek with “\up*” commands
@Manuel The name of italic variant is \mitmu (and like \upmu it changes with the math-style). And yes I would have found more logical too if both would not be affected by math-style..
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answered LuaLatex + Unicode-math, can't get upright greek with “\up*” commands