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May
23
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.
May
11
comment Is there a way to change papersize in beamer?
you can change the aspect ratio; otherwise have a look at the beamerposter package
Apr
25
comment change title font and text font for preparing IEEE poster
there are quite a few latex poster packages which may be of use you; see e.g. tex.stackexchange.com/questions/341/…
Apr
16
comment mdframed-Put something on the start of one vertical left rule
if you don't need the page breaking mdframed provides, have a look at the bclogo package - it provides such functionality & has several graphs, including the danger sign, built in (last time I looked the documentation was in french only, but the examples are clear enough).
Apr
10
comment Changing the colon to a comma after the vol.(num.) in bst file
if you are using natbib you might consider using custom-bib to set up your own .bst file - basically you run latex makebst.tex and follow the instructions - much easier than messing around with a .bst file
Apr
9
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Apr
5
comment Clipart images for LaTeX?
see also tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/info/svg-inkscape/InkscapePDFLaTeX.pdf on how to use inkscape to convert svg to pdf and include it in a pdflatex file. works well!
Mar
26
comment How to underline the name of a journal in bibliography without modifying the .bib file
there is the ulem package - it changes emphasized text to underlined - it might work if your journal names are in \em rather than \it
Mar
26
comment How to underline the name of a journal in bibliography without modifying the .bib file
the custom-bib package provides one of the easiest ways to set up your own bibliography style file (.bst) - it certainly allows for italic journal names, but I am not sure that it provides an underlining option. AFAIK underlining cannot be broken across lines - which might cause a problem for automatically doing is for long journal names
Mar
25
answered Comprehensive list of tools that simplify the generation of LaTeX tables
Mar
24
comment Correct format of an equation
for an operator to be typeset as such (similar to log), you can declare it in the preamble. e.g. \DeclareMathOperator{\diag}{diag} - then \diag in math will typeset "diag" upright
Mar
23
comment htlatex/tex4ht without hyperlinks in HTML file?
@user946850 : I found an older shell script I used previously - as far as I remember, I did follow instructions I found on the web somewhere. I did check a small example this arvo - it did work (I did not go further than openoffice though); I am on ubuntu 10.04, texlive 2011 (up to date) - and can't find such .cfg either.
Mar
23
answered htlatex/tex4ht without hyperlinks in HTML file?
Mar
22
comment htlatex/tex4ht without hyperlinks in HTML file?
perhaps you removed hyperlink & cite commands but not all the auxiliary files? I'd try again, no hyperref, no autoref & a clean directory ...
Mar
21
comment how to set the left margin for all formulas in the text?
the default is to have equations centered. use can use \documentclass[fleqn]{article} to have all equations start a given distance from the left margin. this distance can be modified using e.g. \setlength{\mathindent}{2cm}
Mar
18
comment How to create posters using LaTeX
@doncherry: done. thanks for the tutorial on how to write a better answer!
Mar
18
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18
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Mar
18
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Feb
8
comment LaTeX Error: File 'baposter.cls' not found
see brian-amberg.de/uni/poster you can download the package form there; place in your working directory or anywhere where latex can find it.