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Feb
15
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
11
comment Journal asks me to combine Latex files into single file
Working in one large multi-thousand line document is much less convenient then having the document split up into semantic sections. I dont think the inserted newpages by include should be a problem, the article is buing built from scratch anyway by the production team
Jun
11
comment Journal asks me to combine Latex files into single file
It's a bit different in my case, the publisher claims to be incapable of processing tex files, which I find rather surprising, given the fact that it's a scientific publisher. Arxiv.org for example can handle any kind of tex construct I submitted so far with ease.
Jun
11
comment Journal asks me to combine Latex files into single file
I would follow all guidelines as cleanly as is possible, if there were any. In fact, they write one should upload source tex files as primary files, which clearly indicates that multiple files are accepted.
Jun
11
comment Journal asks me to combine Latex files into single file
While my view is biased for sure, I still believe offering a production environment that caters towards people using Latex would definitely make the journal attractive. They also require me to remove all figure legends from the text and add them to separate input fields on the submission form where no special characters can be entered. I think a scientific journal should keep in mind that it's scientists who want to publish there.
Jun
11
comment Journal asks me to combine Latex files into single file
@NicolaTalbot: I get that it must be an effort, but isn't that the job of the production team? After all, we're paying close to USD 2000 for it.
Jun
11
asked Journal asks me to combine Latex files into single file
Jun
9
comment Compile PDFLATEX document with and without track changes
Can you point me out to an example of how changes is used?
Jun
9
comment Compile PDFLATEX document with and without track changes
This might be useful but I want to accomplish something different. I want to be able to compile the document in two slightly different ways, depending on a switch. I want to be able to highlight all track changes with one command. Manually doing that is very inconvenient, because there are usually many.
Jun
9
asked Compile PDFLATEX document with and without track changes
Mar
31
awarded  Commentator
Mar
31
comment How can the thesis structure be defined for PDF generation?
At what level should the preface be then?
Mar
31
accepted How can the thesis structure be defined for PDF generation?
Mar
31
comment How can the thesis structure be defined for PDF generation?
I elaborated on your answer.
Mar
31
answered How can the thesis structure be defined for PDF generation?
Mar
31
comment How can the thesis structure be defined for PDF generation?
@MarioS.E.: It fails to compile if hyperref is loaded after bookmark.
Mar
30
comment How can the thesis structure be defined for PDF generation?
I tried, I cant fix it...
Mar
30
comment Include PDF with two pages per page
that's actually the best way of printing it i think
Mar
30
awarded  Editor
Mar
30
revised How can the thesis structure be defined for PDF generation?
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