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comment Right-to-left interlinear translation, multiple words for one translation
This is somehow font-related. I changed the fonts in my initial test, since I didn't have your fonts available. Using used David CLM and Times the problem doesn't arise, but using Linux Libertine instead of Times, I can now reproduce the problem. It's not obviously version related, since I get no difference with TL 2014 or TL 2015.
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revised How to wrap lines in a bulleted list correctly
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comment How to wrap lines in a bulleted list correctly
The one on the right is the default. So you need to show code for how you made the list.
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comment How to wrap lines in a bulleted list correctly
So you want the pattern on the left image not the right image?
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comment Right-to-left interlinear translation, multiple words for one translation
I tried that too, and it didn't work; I'm not quite sure why.
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comment Right-to-left interlinear translation, multiple words for one translation
If I remove the everyglc=\englishfont then the text comes out RTL. Are you sure in your actual document you have specified \englishfont for everyglc?
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comment Right-to-left interlinear translation, multiple words for one translation
When I compile your example, the English words are LTR as you want them.
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comment How do insert a pdf or excel spreadsheet neatly?
But really you should probably not format tables in Excel but use LaTeX to do them. If you save the unformatted Excel data as a CSV file you can easily import it and format it using pgfplotstable. See How typeset a numeric table from a CSV file and also also Comprehensive list of tools that simplify the generation of LaTeX tables and
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comment How do insert a pdf or excel spreadsheet neatly?
Just put the \includegraphics command inside a {table} environment.
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comment How do insert a pdf or excel spreadsheet neatly?
When you insert a pdf using \includepdf you are inserting a page not an image. So if you want to insert the PDF as part of your document like an image, use \includegraphics from the graphicx package. Then the page will be a regular page of your document, and will be numbered correctly also.
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revised How to change the label and deitalicize expex example?
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answered How to change the label and deitalicize expex example?
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revised Latex IEEETran cls use titlesec package
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comment How to automatically handle “a” and “an” in front of acronyms with the glossaries package?
Since the text you want to change has nothing to do with the acronym itself, but the word before it, wouldn't you need some sort of \indef macro whose form depends on the following \ac macro?
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revised Bibdesk texpreview fail after adding preamble
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answered Bibdesk texpreview fail after adding preamble