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Aug
25
comment Cell borders in table disappear in different zoom levels
It is not really random. Disappearing are the top and left lines - the one which are drawn before the color is added. The lines are much better if one redraw them after the color, but it can be rather time consuming. See e.g. tex.stackexchange.com/questions/134263/….
Aug
25
comment Synctex fails for input files. Related to fancyhdr + graphicx?
I don't know why clip confuses the synctex infos. It doesn't help to put the graphics in a box. Perhaps @HeikoOberdiek has an idea. But as a workaround you could move the content to input-a.tex, and write \newpage\input{input-a} in your current input file.
Aug
25
comment Synctex fails for input files. Related to fancyhdr + graphicx?
I can reproduce the problem (with example-image), and I had it once in a larger document too: In one chapter sync didn't work. As far as I can see the clip option is the problem. But it is unclear how exactly (in my larger document there were no images in the header, I had them in floats.). It helps to put a \newpage before the \input.
Aug
25
comment How to deal with “please cite as” using biblatex and biber
Well perhaps it would be possible. But it imho goes really against the spirit of biblatex/biber and you would get a inconsistent bibliography. It is your bibstyle which should decide if the names are last-first or first-last, if there is an "and" between the names, and where the year is in the entry etc.
Aug
25
revised microtype: Protrusion not affecting unnumbered section titles
added 127 characters in body
Aug
25
comment microtype: Protrusion not affecting unnumbered section titles
@lblb: I removed your edit as the code was wrong. It will add negative spaces in places where you don't want it. Try out “Body “Text.
Aug
25
revised microtype: Protrusion not affecting unnumbered section titles
deleted 799 characters in body
Aug
25
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Aug
25
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Aug
25
comment sans serif math font selection using unicode-math
@cfr: Restricting the range with it/{latin,Latin,num}->sfit works (I think I forgot the slash yesterday). But it seems not to be possible to restrict the mapping to a math version. It always affects the main math too.
Aug
25
answered microtype: Protrusion not affecting unnumbered section titles
Aug
24
comment Error “Font ptmr8r at 480 not found”
I have a windows 8.1-pc too and the system is like always in C:. Try to run on a command line updmap --admin.
Aug
24
comment Error “Font ptmr8r at 480 not found”
Miktex can't find the pdftex.map. Normally it is created with updmap --admin or updmap. But why is your miktex in the B:-drive?
Aug
24
comment Send an image to the background
You can put the \leftmark in the footer (which is printed after the textbody) and raise it: \fancyfoot[Re,LO]{\raisebox{\dimexpr\textheight+\footskip+\headsep+\dp\strutbox‌​\relax}[0pt][0pt]{\leftmark}}.
Aug
24
comment Compatibility of tikzmark and chappg
I'm not sure how important it is that the page value is unique (with \value{page} there is a (larger) danger of duplicates e.g. in books with a frontmatter. But probably it matters only if one use the same label.
Aug
24
comment sans serif math font selection using unicode-math
You are not switching to "sans serif math" with \mathbf, you are only mapping (a rather small) set of glyphs to the sansserif variants. Also imho you should better use \mathsfit{a}^{\mathsf{2}} in the caption to get an slanted a. Regarding the automation I would have expected that range={it->sfit, up->sfup } would do the mapping you want, but I get errors and @WillRobertson will have to look at it. (I don't think that two math versions are really a good idea, imho it can get confusing. Math fonts convey meaning).
Aug
24
comment Does \includepdf start a new page by default?
You can insert one specific page with page=X.
Aug
24
answered Combine kerning, small caps, and tracking in luatex
Aug
24
comment Does \includepdf start a new page by default?
You don't want the graphic to ocupy the whole page. So you are not including a page, you are including a graphic. So why not using \includegraphics? But the suggestion of touhami should work too.
Aug
24
comment Does \includepdf start a new page by default?
Use \includegraphics. \includepdf is for pages.