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Feb
11
answered Is there something like “sidewayslongtable”?
Feb
11
comment Is there something like “sidewayslongtable”?
@Jean-ChristopheDubacq I think you're right.
Feb
11
comment Is there something like “sidewayslongtable”?
This is a duplicate of Table and Multipage.
Feb
11
comment How to Convert XeTeX to HTML
@Aku That's good. I think it's fine to edit your question here rather than post a new question.
Feb
11
comment How to Convert XeTeX to HTML
@Aku nobody is asking you to write the whole document again, but to discover where the problem lies, you can't start with a 7000 page document. You first need to make some very small test documents, work with htxelatex and then go from there.
Feb
10
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Feb
10
comment Type a interlinear text, bi or tri-lingual
John does put stuff up on CTAN (pst-jtree and pst-asr are there) but he's quite conservative about putting packages that are still in his opinion in beta (although lots of people are using it.) My comment more referred to the fact that neither tikz-qtree nor ot-tableau are listed (which are on CTAN).
Feb
10
comment Is it ok to omit a 'required' field in a bibliography entry?
If the information truly isn't available, there's not much you can do. However, if an article in indexed in a database you can often find the information there. Or you could find other articles in the same Proceedings which might have fuller information.
Feb
10
answered Is it ok to omit a 'required' field in a bibliography entry?
Feb
10
comment Type a interlinear text, bi or tri-lingual
This list is somewhat out of date. The linguistics tag also gives a list, including some more recent packages.
Feb
10
answered Type a interlinear text, bi or tri-lingual
Feb
10
comment biblatex-apa: undefined references
Having just updated my system I can now reproduce your problem.
Feb
10
comment biblatex-apa: undefined references
Nice fix. My system hadn't been updated in for a couple of days.
Feb
10
comment Is there a library for drawing object inheritance trees in TikZ?
@MarkS.Everitt The boxes may end up different sizes, but that can be fixed with the minimum height etc. parameters in the style setting (as for any other nodes).
Feb
9
comment biblatex-apa: undefined references
Your document works fine on my system (TeXLive 2011 on Mac). Have you deleted all the associated .aux and .bcf files etc.? If that doesn't change things can you add \listfiles to your document and add the console output to your question.
Feb
9
comment biblatex-apa: undefined references
Just checking, are you running bibtex or biber on the file? (You've specified backend=biber, which means you need to use it to sort the references, not bibtex.)
Feb
9
comment Is there a library for drawing object inheritance trees in TikZ?
tikz-qtree was first released at the very end of 2009 (effectively 2010); if the Ubuntu image isn't that recent then you are up-to-date with respect to the Ubuntu package, but not with TeXLive. Most people solve this by installing their own version of TeXLive and not using the Ubuntu package manager. See How to install “vanilla” TeXLive on Debian or Ubuntu?. Alternatively, just install it locally: How can I manually install a LaTeX package (Debian/Ubuntu Linux)?
Feb
9
comment Is there a library for drawing object inheritance trees in TikZ?
This can be further simplified with [every tree node/.style=draw] added to the tikzpicture environment. Then you don't need to make every label a node. (I.e. you can just do [.{Class A} [.{Class B} ] [.{Class C} ] [.{Class D} [.{Class E} ]]]
Feb
9
reviewed Approve How can I force TikZ pin angle?
Feb
8
reviewed Approve Why haven't any TeX->HTML converters been updated to use current web standards/style?