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Feb
16
comment How can I install a Chinese font in a Ubuntu 13.10 in a way that xelatex can see it?
Yes, I tried \setCJKmainfont{DejaVuSerif} and the output changed into a bunch of square boxes, instead of throwing an error.
Feb
16
comment How can I install a Chinese font in a Ubuntu 13.10 in a way that xelatex can see it?
Output of fc-match SimSun is DejaVuSerif.ttf: "DejaVu Serif" "Book"
Feb
16
comment How can I install a Chinese font in a Ubuntu 13.10 in a way that xelatex can see it?
I can type Chinese in Firefox, Vim, and pretty much all other text-editing applications
Feb
15
revised How can I install a Chinese font in a Ubuntu 13.10 in a way that xelatex can see it?
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Feb
15
asked How can I install a Chinese font in a Ubuntu 13.10 in a way that xelatex can see it?
Jan
14
awarded  Yearling
Dec
2
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
29
accepted How can I define a macro with literal square brackets in the body?
Oct
29
comment How can I define a macro with literal square brackets in the body?
I could delete the question, but if you want to write your comment as an answer, I'll accept it and we can leave it as a reference in case somebody else happened to use def and the name bgroup together.
Oct
29
comment How can I define a macro with literal square brackets in the body?
Changing the name fixed it. That error message was really cryptic! Thank you.
Oct
29
comment How can I define a macro with literal square brackets in the body?
Oh, I did not try with a different name. Trying that now.
Oct
29
asked How can I define a macro with literal square brackets in the body?
Oct
15
answered Does the package csvsimple support auto pagination?
Oct
15
asked Does the package csvsimple support auto pagination?
May
6
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
18
accepted Is there a \renewtheorem equivalent of \renewcommand, using amsthm and not ntheorem?
Mar
18
comment Is there a \renewtheorem equivalent of \renewcommand, using amsthm and not ntheorem?
This question is actually closely related to my other question here tex.stackexchange.com/questions/103011/… and I think a helpful answer here might resolve that too.
Mar
18
comment Is there a \renewtheorem equivalent of \renewcommand, using amsthm and not ntheorem?
@UlrichSchwarz, please give your answer. I have tried something similar but could not get it to work.
Mar
18
revised Is there a \renewtheorem equivalent of \renewcommand, using amsthm and not ntheorem?
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Mar
18
comment Is there a \renewtheorem equivalent of \renewcommand, using amsthm and not ntheorem?
@PeterGrill, As requested, I have added the requirement.