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A LaTeX user.

The author of diagbox and zhmCJK package.

The author of zhmakeindex tool.

A committer of ctex-kit and ctex-doc project. Related package: ctex, xeCJK, zhmetrics, etc.

The Chinese translator of manual of Asymptote (asymptote-manual-zh-cn), and the author of asymptote-by-example-zh-cn (an Asymptote tutorial in Chinese). Check the latest version at asy4cn project.


Aug
23
comment Seeking the detailed explanation of the two command \l@part and \l@chapter
-1. The low level code is difficult to explain to a TeX novice. And I don't think it is a good idea to ask for explanations line by line. There are good resources to learn LaTeX macros, see e.g. Where do I start LaTeX programming? and Style/class tutorials.
Aug
22
comment Why does \noindent with CJK text prevent document from compiling?
The code works for me (with or without \noindent added). And the \noindent is redundant since v3.2.11 (r472). You are probably using an old version of xeCJK. Please update your TeX system (update all packages) and try again.
Aug
20
comment Greek typewriter font
CMU Typewriter is certainly a good choice.
Aug
20
awarded  Custodian
Aug
20
reviewed Looks OK Greek typewriter font
Aug
19
awarded  fonts
Aug
18
comment Korean characters scrambled [XeLaTeX; Noto Sans Korean]?
中文用户可看这里的总结:zhihu.com/question/24535443
Aug
18
answered Korean characters scrambled [XeLaTeX; Noto Sans Korean]?
Aug
14
awarded  Custodian
Aug
13
comment A problem with cjkutf8 and pst-eucl
@cyanide-basedfood: There are various character encodings used for Chinese/Japanese/Korean. UTF-8 encoding is just one of them. CJK package need to know the encoding of the source file to process the CJK characters properly.
Aug
11
awarded  Informed
Aug
9
comment Problems with Korean characters and ArXiv
@NotQuiteAnOutsider: Since you use Notepad, I am sure that the first error is caused by Unicode BOM. Anyway, you may meet more problems if you push your code to Arxiv.
Aug
8
comment Problems with Korean characters and ArXiv
Possibly related: How do I get Korean (Hangul) characters to typeset in LaTeX ?
Aug
8
comment Problems with Korean characters and ArXiv
BTW, it can't get past \documentclass may be caused by BOM of UTF-8. You should configure your editor to save files without BOM.
Aug
8
comment Problems with Korean characters and ArXiv
AFAIK, ArXiv uses a very old TeX system. There might be no proper CJK support in that old TeX system. The safe solution is to include the Korean characters as graphics.
Aug
8
revised Korean Characters Not Working
edited tags
Aug
8
revised Korean Characters Not Working
code clean up
Aug
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
2
answered Using \mathpalette with macros that take more arguments
Aug
2
comment Using \mathpalette with macros that take more arguments
I guess the easiest way to define your macro is to use \mathchoice directly.