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Apr
26
answered Make just part of titles uppercase with biblatex
Apr
25
comment Setting MikTeX proxy from batch file
What is "my.proxy,name". Do you have http:// at the begin? Did you try to add a trace?
Apr
25
comment Minipage inside itemize, bullet point position
I added an edit.
Apr
25
revised Minipage inside itemize, bullet point position
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Apr
25
comment pdflatex output of rasterized PDF due to faulty table lines
Put the tikz code in the cells. Or in the header or the footer of the page.
Apr
25
comment Create blank space after automatical new line
Normally you do this with a list environment. But you shouldn't do this as a work-around. Find out why you can't use bibtex.
Apr
25
comment Minipage inside itemize, bullet point position
Extend my code with an small example diagram and include this in your question.
Apr
25
comment Minipage inside itemize, bullet point position
Depends on the content of the other minipage. Where is its baseline?
Apr
25
comment XeLaTeX with fontspec gives “Undefined control sequence” error after MiKTeX update - volume 2
Remove the l3-packages packages with the package manager (user) and reinstall them.
Apr
25
answered Minipage inside itemize, bullet point position
Apr
25
comment How to create multilingual (English, Japanese) bibliographies with biblatex, biber and polyglossia
I saw that this has been put "on hold" in the biblatex issue tracker. Are there any plans regarding extending biblatex to allow multiscripts "variants"? @moewe: Would you mind to contact me by mail about this question?
Apr
25
comment Missing character: There is no ℕ in font cmss10!
The question is why your document is trying to use cmss10 to typeset your char. So make a complete example.
Apr
25
comment Seperate URLs for each bibliographic entry which refers to the same source, but to different page(s); + 1 URL for the source in the \printbibliography
Before starting of the implementation you should check if you can actually provide the data you want biblatex to show. So find some real books long with the needed (page-)urls and show them. Check also the time you need to assemble this information and decide if a document writer will really want to do this for all the citations.
Apr
24
comment Exercise package with Babel
ngerman and german are related to two different orthographies, this is not the same situation as with french. The "german/ngerman" option works fine with your package. If you don't like the package system of latex, use context.
Apr
24
comment Exercise package with Babel
It did work in texlive 2012, but not in texlive 2013 and later. As far as I can see the change is in frenchb.ldf (and imho a good idea, "french" is a better name for the language, and it doesn't make sense to have a lot of variants like frenchb or Frenchb).
Apr
24
comment Error: Could not start the command pdflatex.exe
@naphaneal: The bin folder isn't normally in appdata/local.
Apr
24
answered Exercise package with Babel
Apr
23
comment Explanatory notes (for BibTex or BibLaTeX “fields”) showing on mouse-hover (a.k.a. tooltip) when hovering over references' fields
tooltips don't prevent people from misunderstanding text, and adding more levels doesn't make a text easier to read. E.g. texts with more than one footnote level are for specialists. Also I doubt that your tooltips will still be readable in 100 year.
Apr
23
comment Explanatory notes (for BibTex or BibLaTeX “fields”) showing on mouse-hover (a.k.a. tooltip) when hovering over references' fields
I think that you should assume that your readers have some basic intelligence. For hundreds of years people where able to read and understand books without tooltips so don't start to argue that without them a text is not understable.
Apr
23
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