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comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
@AndrewCashner I've already created configuration file which will automatically configure macros created with Egreg's method for TEI output using tex4ht. It shouldn't be hard to configure it for .odt output as well, which can be converted to .doc easily
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comment Exporting Bibliography from LaTex to MS Word
try to convert your file to .odt with mk4ht oolatex filename, you can then convert it in LibreOffice to Word
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comment How to convert pdflatex to word
try tex4ht, command for conversion is mk4ht oolatex filename. math and figures should be fine, tikz probably would need some configuration. you should provide a minimal working example, so we can see the problems you found
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comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
Do you plan also to support LaTeX to Tei conversion? Tei is supported by tex4ht, it would be easy to add support for this markup
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answered Converting LaTeX with citations to MediaWiki
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comment Context sensitive glyph appears even when hyphenation removes the context
@Sverre probably yes. I've tried to Algreya in LibreOffice and it handles this feature correctly.
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comment LuaLaTeX: How to use a \char directive inside a string.gsub function?
@Mico thanks for the bounty :)
Aug
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comment Need to convert Latex document to Word. Using Mathtype but equations use \newcommand terms. Will Mathype understand?
when you want to convert to Word, you should use command mk4ht oolatex filename. this will create the .odt file. It can be then saved as Word document in LibreOffice. See tex.stackexchange.com/a/197989/2891
Aug
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revised Context sensitive glyph appears even when hyphenation removes the context
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answered Context sensitive glyph appears even when hyphenation removes the context
Aug
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comment Right-to-left script with pdfLaTeX, LuaLaTex
LuaTeX has also support for text directions, see \luatexpardir and \luatextextdir. this is much lower level than what is provided by bidi package. there is also luabidi, but I don't know what is it's status
Aug
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comment LuaLaTeX: How to use a \char directive inside a string.gsub function?
@ArthurReutenauer you are right, I've edited the code
Aug
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revised LuaLaTeX: How to use a \char directive inside a string.gsub function?
replaced numerical node ids
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comment LuaLaTeX: How to use a \char directive inside a string.gsub function?
@Mico I've added two more examples. One for ignoring macros with process_input_buffer, the second using node callback
Aug
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revised LuaLaTeX: How to use a \char directive inside a string.gsub function?
added sample using node callback
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answered LuaLaTeX: How to use a \char directive inside a string.gsub function?
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comment \autoref for figures uses “section” instead of “figure” as text
TL included in distributions is often quite obsolete, unfortunately. It is best to use TL directly from CTAN.