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comment tikzposter text justification in blocks
typically the columns in a poster (particularly in portrait mode) are fairly narrow - so a ragged right margin tends to look better than justified; try align=justify in the specs for your nodes
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comment Installing a handwriting fonts for LaTeX in Ubuntu
the link you gives show the directory http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/fundus/la/ - in it you find the file la.ins. Download it. Using the command latex la.ins then will generate la.sty for you.
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comment biblatex: List of publications in the CV
have a look at the bibunits package; if you split your .bib file into separate parts for journals and conference papers, you can use the \nocite{*} command for each.
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accepted \cmidrule with booktabs in beamer does not show up
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comment PDFLaTeX Color Space
perhaps this answer helps tex.stackexchange.com/questions/9261/…
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comment Indent text after line 1
have a look at this answer tex.stackexchange.com/questions/2787/…
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comment Generating labels for envelopes
ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/ticket
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comment How to write Euclidean distance
if you look at the source code of the wikipedia page (CTRL-U), you can see the latex code for the formulae
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comment How can i have custom bibliography style
you need to unzip your file & find makebst.tex. as outlined above, say 'latex makebst.tex` and answer the prompts - say yes as the end when asked whether you want the .bst file generated. somewhere, you'll have supplied a name for this, your custom style file. say this is mystyle.bst - you'll then need to replace nar above with mystyle, i.e. you should have \bibliographystyle{mystyle}. And that's it. LaTeX needs to be able to find mystyle.bst, the easiest is to put it in the same directory where your .tex file is.
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comment How can i have custom bibliography style
Have a look at the custom-bib package - it works well together with natbib and has multiple options. Using it is a easy as doing latex makebst.tex and following the prompts - much easier than adapting an existing .bst file. You'll find makebst.tex in the custom-bib directory of your LaTeX distribution (depending on your operating system). You can find multiple tutorials on the web on using this package if you google it.