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comment How to adapt a class to use with xelatex/lualatex?
@JPi: To late ;-). (Sometimes the german spelling wins ...).
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comment How to adapt a class to use with xelatex/lualatex?
At the begin of the class? Your question is much to vage for an sensible answer.
16h
answered Preventing outer list separation affect nested inner list
18h
comment utf8x character fails in the table of contents every second time i compile
I don't see a reason why these chars should fail, you should better ask about it in a new question (with an example).
19h
comment utf8x character fails in the table of contents every second time i compile
Why do you need it?
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answered utf8x character fails in the table of contents every second time i compile
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answered Disable some xunicode macros in case of T1 font encoding?
1d
comment Add a few letters of text before a list item
@egreg: They are cases where I sacrifice the LaTeX-purety to shorter typing --especially when I'm using the screen keyboard of my tablet.;-). Btw.: around your code a layer of braces are needed.
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comment How to use Umlauts (äüö) in axis label with knitr, LuaTex and tikz?
Load the fontspec package and remove inputenc when using luatex (but I don't know if this related to your problem).
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answered Add a few letters of text before a list item
Apr
24
answered Exclude \fullcite{…} citation from bibliography and bibliography-counter
Apr
24
answered newtxtext stopped working after update
Apr
24
answered Text next to an xskak diagram?
Apr
24
comment How to make Æ Ø Å copyable from the PDF output
I can't create an answer as the question is a duplicate.
Apr
24
comment How to make Æ Ø Å copyable from the PDF output
I can copy and paste without any problems from your test file: "Try copying this åæø and the å gets strange"
Apr
24
comment How to make Æ Ø Å copyable from the PDF output
"None of them worked" is not a sensible problem description.
Apr
24
comment How to make Æ Ø Å copyable from the PDF output
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc} and naturally inputenc: \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} if your document is utf8 encoded.
Apr
24
comment Use german umlauts with a font where its not defined
I don't understand your question, but look in the fontspec documentation. It describes how to load bold etc explicitly.
Apr
24
comment Use german umlauts with a font where its not defined
On the german list a similar (not the same) message was reported and there a workaround was to load the font by file name and to explicitly tell fontspec the extension: \setmonofont{AnonymousPro-Regular}[% Extension = .ttf].
Apr
24
answered With defernumbers, right biblatex' numeric labels even with skipbib, but wrong in case of citation \AtEndDocument