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Feb
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comment Setup: Versions of a draft and git
@percusse gitinfo adds the info to the pdf not to the source.
Feb
3
comment expl3 empty token list
\tl_if_empty:NTF \otherlist would give T, but ìn \tl_if_empty:nTF {\otherlist} the "n" contains \otherlist.
Feb
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answered Putting an enumerate list into quotation marks
Feb
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comment Setup: Versions of a draft and git
Imho there is no git specific structure, the structure depends on the project and your working mode not on git. But you will need a good .gitignore-file so that the various external files don't clutter your commits, and you should consider a git filter that adds e.g. a date to files, especially if you sent files around so that you know which version other people got.
Feb
3
comment Caption Error: “destination with the same identifier (name{figure.1}) has been already used”
Well the first example has a caption, and as your numbering scheme is not unique hyperref complains. There are tons of "destination with the same identifier" questions and answers. So look for them, or make a complete example.
Feb
3
comment How to enable -shell-escape in TeXworks?
At first I would remove the spaces in the file name.
Feb
3
comment stfloats, twocolumn, figure* broken with late pdfTeX 1.40.16
You should contact the author of stfloats. Imho the problem is that stfloats should go before fixltx2e as mentioned here tex.stackexchange.com/a/196487/2388, and this isn't possible in newer latex versions which includes fixltx2e.
Feb
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comment mpm manual installation, file failed verification
Perhaps the download was faulty, or the information in the database files (the miktex-zz-...files) doesn't fit. Or there is a fault in the package in which case you should make a bug report.
Feb
3
comment MiKTeX and new package signchart
On-the-fly will only work if you first synchronize the package manager(s) to update the local package name database. tex.stackexchange.com/a/108490/2388
Feb
3
comment No page breaks at all
tex.stackexchange.com/questions/27041/…
Feb
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comment How to activate hyphenation in \ttfamily without setting a font explicite?
I don't think that [HyphenChar={-}] is needed, I get a font with hyphenation directly with \setmonofont{Latin Modern Mono}. As far as I can see fontspec sets hyphenchar to -1 only for the default lmtt.
Feb
2
comment pdflatex crashing with no error message and no output
Did you synchronize the package managers and check if there are new packages? Did you check as admin and user? Can you install packages with the package manager?
Feb
2
comment pdflatex crashing with no error message and no output
check at first if your system is up-to-date. tex.stackexchange.com/a/108490/2388. If the problem persists make a bug report.
Feb
2
comment Letter spacing with unicode-math
The letterspace works with lualatex but not with xelatex. Imho the implementation in xelatex is so that it can't work in math see.e.g. tug.org/mailman/htdig/xetex/2009-January/011889.html.
Feb
2
comment row color and a toggle
The \hline is there, but rowcolors can (partly) overwrite them. I normally redraw the lines later e.g. with tikz, see e.g. tex.stackexchange.com/questions/134263/…
Feb
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answered row color and a toggle
Feb
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comment listingsutf8's option inputencoding=utf8/latin1 leads to latin1.def to be read each time a listing is used
I knew I had a reason why I used \let. But you naturally must define \latinonedef as a command with an argument (like \inputencoding}. I have edited the answer.
Feb
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revised listingsutf8's option inputencoding=utf8/latin1 leads to latin1.def to be read each time a listing is used
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Feb
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answered listingsutf8's option inputencoding=utf8/latin1 leads to latin1.def to be read each time a listing is used
Feb
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comment Inexplicable spaces between letters in XeLaTeX
@Thérèse xetex could always also load type1 fonts by name. luatex could too at some time but the support has been dropped from the fontloader. I can confirm that the behaviour changed from TL14 to TL15 and it seems not to be due to changes of the fonts. Perhaps something changed in the harfbuzz library. But as it is anyway better to use proberly unicode encoded fonts ...