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Dec
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revised The font “Kozuka” can somehow not be used in XeLaTeX on my system
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Dec
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revised The font “Kozuka” can somehow not be used in XeLaTeX on my system
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revised The font “Kozuka” can somehow not be used in XeLaTeX on my system
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Dec
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answered The font “Kozuka” can somehow not be used in XeLaTeX on my system
Dec
18
revised Removing the spaces between words
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revised Removing the spaces between words
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Dec
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answered Removing the spaces between words
Dec
18
comment How to change a .tex file's input encoding system (preferably to UTF-8)?
@Mico: that is possible for a lot of other editors, but really dangerous if you mismatch the encodings ...
Dec
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answered htbp and longtable
Dec
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comment How to change a .tex file's input encoding system (preferably to UTF-8)?
@Mico: done and added an example code line
Dec
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answered How to change a .tex file's input encoding system (preferably to UTF-8)?
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Dec
17
revised Transparency with psSurface in pst-solides 3D
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Dec
17
comment How to change a .tex file's input encoding system (preferably to UTF-8)?
it is a latin1 encoding , same as ISO 8859-15. With command recode you can change it
Dec
17
comment Transparency with psSurface in pst-solides 3D
see my edit: -5 0.2 5 {} for iterates with a step of 0.2 and for each step one color from the range 0.66 0 is used.
Dec
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revised Transparency with psSurface in pst-solides 3D
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Dec
17
comment biblatex ieee style weird paranthesis after an update
@rowman: I cannot see it when I use \renewbibmacro*{cite}{%. I have current TeXLive 2012
Dec
17
revised biblatex ieee style weird paranthesis after an update
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Dec
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answered biblatex ieee style weird paranthesis after an update
Dec
17
answered Transparency with psSurface in pst-solides 3D