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Jul
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comment How do you get the plaintext from a rendered LaTeX document?
If you are running Linux or Mac OS, pdftotext -raw <pdf-file> does a pretty good job.
Jul
3
answered place several figure into one -tikz
Jul
3
answered Omitting chapter numbers in section headers using memoir
Jul
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
3
revised Is there a database of Tex/LaTeX package bugs where one can report or track status?
Added some more meta links; added 23 characters in body
Jul
3
revised Is there a database of Tex/LaTeX package bugs where one can report or track status?
Minor English fixup
Jul
3
comment Quotes with speech balloons
Duplicate of Simple speech bubbles, arrows or balloon like shapes in Beamer.
Jul
3
answered Is there a database of Tex/LaTeX package bugs where one can report or track status?
Jul
3
comment Apalike-letters and non-English (Polish) characters (alphabibitem)
Although you don't want to hear this (I know you mentioned problems with it in your previous question), but I really think you should try to get this working with biblatex and biber which have much better methods for sorting non-English alphabets.
Jul
2
revised Set the default path to images directory
fixed English; removed closing
Jul
2
answered Set the default path to images directory
Jul
2
comment Arrows in LaTeX
I've added an answer to the linked question that shows the kind of arrow you want.
Jul
2
answered How to draw arrows between parts of an equation to show the Math Distributive Property (Multiplication)?
Jul
2
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
2
comment Introducing special signs to cls file
Ok. Now the question is clearer (you might want to add your last comment to the question itself.) One simple solution would be to use \RequirePackage[utf8]{inputenc} (unless XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX is used) in your class file. This would make the class file dependent on a particular encoding, though. If you don't want to do that, then you can use macros for the diacritics. (See the Comprehensive LaTeX Symbols List for those.) (texdoc symbols should probably find it.)
Jul
2
comment Introducing special signs to cls file
Make sure your source document is encoded in UTF-8 and if using pdfLaTeX use the inputenc package with the [utf8] option, and a font encoding that supports the characters. Or compile using XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX with no inputenc. In both cases you just enter the characters directly into your source.
Jul
2
comment Introducing special signs to cls file
What exactly do you mean by "special signs"? Do you mean using reserved characters like @,#,$ etc. in text? If so, most of them can be used by escaping them with \.
Jul
2
revised How to typeset a prefix tree (aka trie)
simplified code for centring the split cell contents
Jul
2
answered Set position for \maketitle in article
Jul
2
answered conflict tkz-euclide and nag?