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comment Code Error From Geogebra for Tikz
@AboAmmar No problem. I learnt how to rollback an edit!
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answered Font to pair with latin roman
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comment Font to pair with latin roman
Welcome to here!
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revised Font to pair with latin roman
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revised Code Error From Geogebra for Tikz
rolled back to a previous revision
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comment Code Error From Geogebra for Tikz
@AboAmmar Your edit changes the question. The first source of errors involves the blank lines which you've deleted. Consequently, my answer now makes no sense.
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answered Code Error From Geogebra for Tikz
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comment Code Error From Geogebra for Tikz
Welcome! Is there a problem? Do you get an error? If so, what is it?
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revised Code Error From Geogebra for Tikz
Format code as code by indenting 4 spaces (easy way: highlight and press '{}' button).; English
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comment Wrong autoref names when using babel's `main=` feature
Why are either of those "hackish"? The babel documentation suggests them alongside the use of main= and even makes the point I made earlier: namely, that setting them as class options allows other packages to pick them up as well. Where does it say they are "old"?
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comment Wrong autoref names when using babel's `main=` feature
Why not use one of the ways that works? Sorry, but you've given 2 perfectly good ways to deal with the issue. Why don't you want to use them? In general, it is probably a good idea to pass the language options to the class so that other packages pick up the settings if appropriate. [I think this might not be true for polyglossia but I don't remember. But you are not using that anyway.]
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revised How to add “and others” at the end of a \parencites citation?
not xetex
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comment How to add “and others” at the end of a \parencites citation?
@jon Oops. Just realised I answered with your comment. Though I would probably do \autocites(and others)[3]{CurieAtoms}[1]{EinsteinRelativity}[2]{DarwinEvolution}.
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comment Removing the trailing period when referencing a section number
I think that, in the question, revtex4.sty should probably be revtex4.cls since the former appears to have the disadvantage of not existing. If so, won't this fail with compilation errors? I tried it with the unmodified revtex4 class and got complaints about inaccessible things immediately. Admittedly, without the actual class file, it is impossible to know it won't work since they might have modified it to be titlesec-friendly, but on the balance of probabilities....
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comment How to quote encyclopedia articles differently from books, magazines, etc. with Biblatex?
There may be an elegant Biblatex solution. However, since I was testing with non-bibkeys, I needed something which would work on things like a:b ;). Glad to hear it worked even so.
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answered Problems with scrlayer-scrpage
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comment Problems with scrlayer-scrpage
What chapter title?
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comment Removing the trailing period when referencing a section number
Welcome! Code fragments are of limited usefulness. A complete example and, if necessary, a link to the class would be helpful. The code posted can be adapted to remove the dot. But I don't think it can be adapted to include it in the title of the section. We need another bit for that.
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revised How to quote encyclopedia articles differently from books, magazines, etc. with Biblatex?
nothing to do with xetex so remove tag; Biblatex should not have funny capitalisation per request of the author