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answered Why doesn't LaTeX provided ACS style contain article titles
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comment fontspec error: “font-not-found” on Mac OS X
The location for system fonts in Mac OS X is /Library/Fonts. Put them there, or add a symbolic link there to other directories.
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comment how to cite legal cases in BibTeX
There's just been some recent discussion of this here: Bluebook support in LaTeX and the outlook seems pretty bleak. See also What is the proper way to cite a legal document.
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comment \section{} results in 0.1, not in 1.0
@kahen Actually I suspect that report was likely named as a class for what are often called 'Technical Reports' which are monographs that have structures similar to books but are not formal books. These are very common in computer science and engineering; not so much in other fields.
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comment CSVTools and Lines Every Fifth line
csvtools is an obsolete package. It has been replaced by datatool (by the same author).
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comment loading fontenc breaks tipa
If you're using fontspec you're using xelatex or lualatex in which case you generally shouldn't be using the [T1] option of scrbook. If you use a proper Unicode phonetic font (like SIL Doulos) you can input the IPA directly without using TIPA at all. See Using TeX for writing papers on linguistics.
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comment Bluebook support in Latex?
@Kurt jurabib is mainly for German legal references. It's also really old now. There is a biblatex version, (biblatex-jura) however, so for Marcin that might be a place to start.
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comment Bluebook support in Latex?
Yes, I figured that, but from the point of view of the site it's usually better to ask separate questions for distinct issues. So you should ask non-citation related formatting questions separately.