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Apr
22
comment Insert multiple “unique” photos in one page in latex
if you can find a minimal number of photos that produce this problem (say just two or three that overlap), could you upload those image files to flickr or some other image sharing site (maybe google drive would work)? Then we could check if @DavidCarlisle is correct and there is something wrong with the eps files.
Apr
22
comment Insert multiple “unique” photos in one page in latex
Your example still doesn't 'work'. We need your image files to compile it. Without them it will be much more difficult to troubleshoot. Also, does the problem remain if you switch to a standard document class, like article? If so, you don't need to include your special document class in the example! On the other hand, if the problem only shows up with \documentclass{sig-alternate}, that's a big hint about where to start looking for the cause.
Jan
27
awarded  Yearling
Jan
5
comment Creating shapes like circle, rotated squares, and triangle without tikz
Out of curiosity, why is it preferred not to use Tikz?
Dec
21
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
19
comment How do I fix 'org-reftex-citation: No bibliography defined in file' error?
If there's something wrong with my answer, let me know. Down-voting the only answer to a 6 month old question with no explanation isn't very helpful.
Nov
26
awarded  Revival
Nov
26
revised Exporting from Org-mode without LaTeX preamble?
corrected my answer
Nov
26
comment Exporting from Org-mode without LaTeX preamble?
@HenriMenke I don't think org-export-as-latex is still part of org mode, with the newer org-export-dispatch system. However, following your link lead me in a roundabout way to a better solution, which I've posted below.
Nov
26
revised Exporting from Org-mode without LaTeX preamble?
corrected my answer
Nov
26
answered Exporting from Org-mode without LaTeX preamble?
Sep
18
answered knitr sanitises the % marker for LaTex comments and they show up in the final document
Aug
16
awarded  Revival
Aug
13
comment Utility to Strip Comments from LaTeX Source
@KurtKenner with the -s option it will recreate a stand-alone tex document, with preamble. But I'm not sure how well it incorporates the existing preamble into this :(
Aug
11
answered Utility to Strip Comments from LaTeX Source
Aug
6
answered How do I fix 'org-reftex-citation: No bibliography defined in file' error?
Jul
2
answered Auctex, how to use doc-view-mode?
Apr
3
comment Best Practice for nice layout with tikzDevice
Thanks, it works now!
Apr
3
comment Best Practice for nice layout with tikzDevice
Your example doesn't compile for me. I get an 'extra } or forgotten \endgroup' error