2,615 reputation
102958
bio website
location
age
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Sep 6 at 14:36


Sep
16
comment Frutiger font in TexLive 2011 and Lion OS
Not that I'm aware of. It is a brand new macbook and i only installed MacTex2011 and nothing else. But how can I double check it?
Sep
16
comment Frutiger font in TexLive 2011 and Lion OS
Yes both of them.
Sep
16
asked Frutiger font in TexLive 2011 and Lion OS
Sep
15
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
14
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
1
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
24
comment How to code ß (German “sharp S”) in BibTeX
Thanks. That is exactly what I was looking for.
Aug
23
accepted How to code ß (German “sharp S”) in BibTeX
Aug
23
comment How to code ß (German “sharp S”) in BibTeX
Alan Munn thanks, this is the solution
Aug
23
comment How to code ß (German “sharp S”) in BibTeX
Yes. Then the ß works but the ö is causing problem.
Aug
23
asked How to code ß (German “sharp S”) in BibTeX
Apr
18
accepted \fbox command destroys margin
Apr
18
comment \fbox command destroys margin
Thanks this works like a charm!
Apr
18
comment \fbox command destroys margin
@Martin Scharrer Yes that's true, I tried \centering for each graphic and this would work, but I think the better solution would be the code in your answer. Thanks.
Apr
18
comment \fbox command destroys margin
This seems like a good idea, but unfortunately I get an exception ! Illegal unit of measure (pt inserted). <to be read again> * l.136 ...p-2*\fboxrule\relax]{questionnaire1.png}} ? ´
Apr
18
comment \fbox command destroys margin
@Martin Scharrer The picture has exactly the size of a whole page. So there is no paragraph.
Apr
18
asked \fbox command destroys margin
Apr
11
accepted How to set rulecolor in a listings frame only for the top line?
Apr
6
accepted Error when trying to generate a PDF from a latexdiff document.
Apr
6
comment Error when trying to generate a PDF from a latexdiff document.
Thanks that solved the problem! But slowly I get the feeling that latexdiff is a little bit useless since I already have a new error: ! You can't use `macro parameter character #' in restricted horizontal mode. <argument> ...g/ontologies/seon/2009/06/java.owl## > l.327 WHERE } %DIFDELCMD < { ? . The problem seems to be that in my code listing I'm using # symbol. When I remove the listing it works... But what is the purpose of latexdiff if I have to go manually through my document and replace a lot of things anyway?