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Oct
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comment Polish letters 'ą' and 'ę' encoding
You need to have a font that supports them too. Try \usepackage{lmodern}.
Oct
27
revised How to connect the lines in the simplest way?
made plot match better
Oct
27
answered How to connect the lines in the simplest way?
Oct
26
comment Checkboxes in PDF forms don't show up in OS X
@mike I don't think we've established that it's a TL problem as opposed to a Lion problem. Since your sample document (compiled with TL 2011 on Lion) displays correctly for me using 10.6.8, I don't think this is a completely a TL problem.
Oct
26
comment Strange error after upgrading to MacTeX 2011 (TeXLive)
Without more info, this might be hard to test. Did you delete your previous TeXLive distribution? If not, the simplest way to diagnose things would be to switch back to the previous distribution (using the TeX Distribution Control Panel) and compile the document again. If you put \listfiles at the beginning and compare the logs of both documents you might find out whether one of the dependent packages has changed. The \rc@... macros are defined by the refcount package which was last updated Dec 2010.
Oct
26
comment Checkboxes in PDF forms don't show up in OS X
The checkbox appears in your sample document and in my version of this document I compiled it. It appears correctly in both Preview and Adobe Reader. I'm running 10.6.8, so maybe this is a Lion-specific problem.
Oct
26
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Oct
26
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Oct
25
comment Can I alias a color?
@kmmcoy Both commands are from xcolor so they should both with.
Oct
25
comment Can I alias a color?
Are you sure the second command didn't work? It should have. It's an alternate syntax to the \colorlet solutions given in the answers: \definecolor{Alias}{named}{ExistingColour} = \colorlet{Alias}{ExistingColour}.
Oct
25
comment Make TeX Live on linux/mac system available
@CharlesStewart The paths in /etc/paths.d aren't symbolic links. They are just snippets of text that get appended to the main path. MacTeX creates the file /usr/paths.d/TeX which contains simply the string "/usr/texbin".
Oct
25
revised Pascal's triangle in LaTeX, with pointing arrows
typos
Oct
24
comment Lining up leaf nodes in pstree
@Amadan That's fine. Werner's solution is indeed very nice. It's always interesting to see the neat things that makes pstricks live up to its name.
Oct
24
comment Lining up leaf nodes in pstree
@Amadan I was expecting a tikz-qtree example (based on your previous comment about not getting it to work.)
Oct
24
comment Lining up leaf nodes in pstree
I guess the question is how you want the tree to look. As you have more nodes and if the tree has right hand nodes that themselves branch, having the branches project directly to the terminals makes for a very large tree. If the example in my answer to the linked question is a satisfactory way to represent the terminal nodes, edit your question to show a minimal example of the problem you are having with the in-node formatting, and maybe we can solve that.
Oct
24
comment How does one make a proper static flowfram letterhead?
It would be better to combine your code fragments into a complete compilable document (as in my answer.) E.g. myred is undefined (and not necessary for the example.)
Oct
24
comment Lining up leaf nodes in pstree
See if this question helps you: How to draw syntactical trees with parallel leafs for a natural language?. Unless you must use pstricks for independent reasons, I recommend using tikz-qtree for this.
Oct
24
revised How does one make a proper static flowfram letterhead?
tags
Oct
24
answered How does one make a proper static flowfram letterhead?
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24
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