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Apr
28
comment breaking line in gb4e
This is a pure hack, and not really practical as a solution. Since there are users of this package on the site, and it's a pretty specialized use, it might be more helpful to wait to see whether such users post solutions (or in this case, a duplicate.)
Apr
28
comment breaking line in gb4e
This is essentially a duplicate of this question: How can I indent the second line of a linguistic gloss with gb4e.sty?
Apr
27
comment Interlinear glosses with overlaps, line numbers, and speaker labels
@jan I thought about doing that, but couldn't think of an easy way to do it. I may take a look later if I have some time.
Apr
23
comment apa6: Controlling the size of figures in man mode
A quick test fails to replicate this behaviour. As @ChristianHupfer says, we really need to see a minimal example. Also, what do you mean by "my figures appear of any sizes"?
Apr
10
comment Section number is not getting printed
There was a recent bug in titlesec that might have caused this. Make sure your distribution is up to date.
Apr
3
comment Please, how can I get the following drawing?
There's no harm to leave in the pstricks package (although it's loaded by pst-circ). But you should be compiling with latex+dvips not pdflatex.
Apr
3
comment Please, how can I get the following drawing?
The commands you are using require the pst-circ package to be loaded. (Also you have a typo in your title: \LaTeX not \Latex.) If I fix that, remove the pst-pdf package, and then compile using latex+dvips or xelatex the document works. There is also the circuitikz package, which uses TikZ instead of pstricks. TikZ is (IMO) better documented, and there are far more users of it here than of pstricks.
Mar
31
comment Is it a good idea to use online editors?
This is really bordering on being purely opinion based, especially the title. I think you should refocus the question to ask for pros and cons of using online editors.
Mar
28
comment Undefined control sequence. \begin{document} when compiling via Xelatex
Ok. But TeXStudio is the editor, not the distribution. Since I'm assuming you have installed MacTeX, then in the TeX folder in Applications there should be a TeXLive Utility. Use this to update your distribution.
Mar
28
comment Undefined control sequence. \begin{document} when compiling via Xelatex
Just a guess, but this looks like like an incompatibility between versions of fontspec and expl3. What TeX distribution are you using, and is it completely up to date? If you're using Linux I recommend installing TeXLive directly without using the Linux package manager. This will allow you to keep the distribution updated much more easily.
Mar
27
comment Problem finding class file on Tex Live under OS X El Capitan
If you are using MacPorts, I would recommend just installing MacTeX instead.
Mar
27
comment Sudden error in TeXShop: “I found no \bibdata” and “I found no \bibstyle”
The .bib file you posted has an unbalanced brace in it, although that doesn't replicate the error. Unrelated, (but important more generally) you should not specify any formatting in your .bib file for things like titles etc., so you shouldn't have title={\emph{...}} etc. since the formatting will vary depending on the bibliography style. Sometimes markup us necessary, e.g. if a title contains an italicized word, then it would be put inside \emph{} but otherwise you should not add any formatting directives in the .bib file at all.
Mar
27
comment Problem finding class file on Tex Live under OS X El Capitan
Are you using a MacPorts installation of TeXLive? Are you compiling from the command line or within an editor?
Mar
27
comment Sudden error in TeXShop: “I found no \bibdata” and “I found no \bibstyle”
What happens if you put your .bib file in the same folder as your .tex file? (and change to \bibliography{epqref}?
Mar
27
comment Sudden error in TeXShop: “I found no \bibdata” and “I found no \bibstyle”
Have you tried deleting your auxiliary files and recompiling?
Mar
27
comment Interlinear glosses with overlaps, line numbers, and speaker labels
@jan Sorry about that. They were remnants of the code I used to make the red lines in the image. I've removed them.
Mar
26
comment Interlinear glosses with overlaps, line numbers, and speaker labels
@jan To reset the number, I would create a {discourse} environment. I've updated the code and also added code to right align the numbers (and a modification of the macro to set the largest width.)
Mar
24
comment Natural deduction (or similar) as TikZ tree
@cfr You're asking me to defend my thinking of 4 1/2 years ago... :) If you look at the edit history, the comment was made before there was any clear example posted (and I did first suggest LaTeX for Logicians as the first choice).
Mar
21
comment Interlinear glosses with overlaps, line numbers, and speaker labels
@jan I noticed that too, but decided just to solve it by putting it in the \gla line. But I've updated the answer so that it works in the preamble too.
Mar
21
comment Interlinear glosses with overlaps, line numbers, and speaker labels
@jan No, Python questions wouldn't be on topic here. One of the other programming sites would be more appropriate.