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Jan
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comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
I think there may be more than one issue here. I've expanded the example to try and show this.
Jan
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revised pdflatex and \hyphenation
And fixed the second paragraph
Jan
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comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
@Herbert - I've expanded the example. Perhaps there are two different issues here?
Jan
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revised pdflatex and \hyphenation
slightly less minimal to make the point clear.
Jan
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revised pdflatex and \hyphenation
Rewrote post to give "minimal example". Added "EDITED" at the top to explain the put-of-date comments.
Jan
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comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
@lockstep - Done.
Jan
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revised pdflatex and \hyphenation
Rewrote post to give "minimal example"
Jan
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comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
Lockstep - Ok, I'll try to do that. Egreg - English only. Stefan - I'll split off the question.
Jan
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asked pdflatex and \hyphenation
Oct
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accepted How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
Oct
22
awarded  Teacher
Oct
22
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - ok, done. Thanks for the help.
Oct
22
answered How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - ok, I hacked format.eprint and it works. Thank you for the help.
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - ok, I think that I might be able to just drop two functions from kp into hplain. I'll try that and get back to you. Thanks for pointing out these differences.
Oct
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Oct
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comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - ok, using kp.bst works. That immediately morphs my question into "how do I get the formatting of plain.bst and the linking of kp.bst?" That is - which part of kp.bst do I need to steal?
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@PeterGrill - I'll try to give a minimal example tomorrow. It is a bit late here.
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - Immediately above that it says "The following bibtex styles have been modified to support an eprint field." and gives a long list, including hplain. I'll look at kp.bst.
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@PeterGrill - Yes I ran bibtex and pdflatex several times.