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answered pgfpages won't change page size in beamer
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comment pgfpages won't change page size in beamer
letterpaper - letter is not recognised.
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comment pgfpages won't change page size in beamer
pgfpages is covered in the TiKZ manual, I think.
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comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
You should consider adding your update as an answer rather than including it in the question as that will make things clearer for others with the same problem.
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comment PATH setting. Updating TMLGR via Terminal
@AdamMaxwell Ah. I only guessed OS X because the OP talked about 'Terminal'.
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comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
@Nasser See my edit for some code which may help understand what is going on.
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comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
@Nasser The loop does work. But you are putting every image in the same place so they are layered one on top of the other. In the first case, even without the overlay, this will happen. By default, nodes are placed at (0,0). You are specifying a different point, but always the same. In the second case, it happens because you are telling TiKZ to overlay each image.
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comment How by citing same bib entry to generate a new reference identifier with a twist
Maybe think of the bibliography as a set of endnotes containing full references and then think of footnotes as converting to endnotes. Just this seems sufficiently similar to some footnote-referencing styles for it to potentially be useful to think about their approach. biblatex is generally a lot easier to adapt so, unless you can find a good match in terms of a .bst file, you might want to go in the biblatex direction, since that's an option. What's the journal?
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comment PATH setting. Updating TMLGR via Terminal
There is a bug which causes this if you use the TeX Live Utility to update, but you can avoid it by using the command line. So I'm not clear what exactly you've tried or what's happening. But tlmgr update --self is known to work around the problem, so I suggest trying that.
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comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
@Nasser You might want to ask a new question but why isn't \includepdf{} what you want?
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comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
@Nasser Then I don't understand your question. You are trying to use the overlay option which, well, overlays things rather than putting each thing in a separate space. Why not just use \includepdf[options]{} if you want to include the pages of the PDF as regular pages?
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answered hyperref with breaklinks option + hypdvips give unexpected output
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comment PATH setting. Updating TMLGR via Terminal
What does kpsewhich --var-value=SELFAUTOPARENT give? If you get an error, what does echo $PATH give? I'm assuming you are on OS X.
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comment PATH setting. Updating TMLGR via Terminal
Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format. Any particular reason you don't want to do tlmgr update --self?
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revised Strange preamble for a thesis or this is normal?
add outline template
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comment Equation broken into two (centered) lines with equation number in the middle of both lines
Or multline??
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answered Equation broken into two (centered) lines with equation number in the middle of both lines
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answered How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
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answered links to theorem-environments take me to first page