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Jun
11
comment Option clash with hyperref
@drN: Then do not load hyperref. I suppose it is done by the documentclass or something else.
Jun
11
comment Option clash with hyperref
your shown code can't produce this kind of error message. Create a complete example, which shows the error.
Jun
11
comment auto-pst-pdf or pdftricks2?
@ClickMe: standalone itself also use ps2pdf!t
Jun
11
comment TeX Live personal texmf tree
that is $TEXMFHOME which can be used by a local user and do not need a texhash; it is searched recursively.
Jun
11
answered TeX Live personal texmf tree
Jun
11
comment auto-pst-pdf or pdftricks2?
why should it?? It is per definition created for latex and not pdflatex!
Jun
11
answered auto-pst-pdf or pdftricks2?
Jun
11
comment Good, plain, TeX editor
nearly all LaTeX editors also support plain TeX documents!
Jun
11
comment PSTricks-NODES. How can I put 'Ñ' inside a circleNODE?
that is the reason why complete example documents make always sense.
Jun
11
revised PSTricks-NODES. How can I put 'Ñ' inside a circleNODE?
added 18 characters in body
Jun
11
answered PSTricks-NODES. How can I put 'Ñ' inside a circleNODE?
Jun
11
comment auto-pst-pdf or pdftricks2?
use xelatex and you do not need any additional package. However, there is not the package when using pdflatex, choose the one which you may prefer.
Jun
10
comment Including HTML code side by side in Latex
then show an example with that "problem"!
Jun
10
comment Including HTML code side by side in Latex
\begin{lstlisting}[language=html,basicstyle=\footnotesize\ttfamily]
Jun
10
comment Including HTML code side by side in Latex
then use \begin{varwidth}{\linewidth} instead, then they can be each as wide as the linewidth. If one is wider than that use a bigger value or use something like basicstyle=\footnotesize\ttfamily for the listings setting.
Jun
10
answered Including HTML code side by side in Latex
Jun
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
9
comment Transforming numbers to \alph numbers
@mbork: that can easily be extended to get something like aaab, see my edit
Jun
9
revised Transforming numbers to \alph numbers
added 389 characters in body
Jun
8
answered Transforming numbers to \alph numbers