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OH GOD HOW DID IT GET HERE, I AM NOT GOOD WITH COMPUTER!

echo "cbyrzba@cbyrzba.bet" | tr '[a-z]' '[n-za-m]'

Feb
18
comment Weird behavior when using small caps and slanted fonts with fontspec in XeLaTeX
It's kinda what I came across.
Feb
18
comment How to model {smallmatrix} with {array}?
I understand, but even adding vertical lines is not possible. I'd like to control at least that.
Feb
1
comment How to introduce a line break in a TikZ node label?
@SašoŽivanović Yep, figured it out with the answer by Jake.
Feb
1
comment How to introduce a line break in a TikZ node label?
Thanks! For some reason it only worked when I have the [align=left] setting in it. If I leave that one out, it's not working :S
Jan
23
comment XeTeX and Fedora: can't use OTF fonts
@Joseph Well, the problem I've run into is actually caused by system wide fonts. See, on Linux Mint, the "special" fonts, things like slanted, outlines and shadows, are extra fonts. The official Libertine fonts, don't have extra fonts for that and Fedora doesn't provide them as well. I can work-around those problems mostly, but it's a huge inconvenience to say the least!
Jan
18
comment XeTeX and Fedora: can't use OTF fonts
Ahh, I was a bit confused here: The distro has a package called <code>libterineotf</code>, I didn't try the latex package yet.
Jan
18
comment XeTeX and Fedora: can't use OTF fonts
it //is// the libertineotf package! I have installed this package, and you can even tell by the directory, it is installed. But still, fontconfig doesn't see it. It worked that way on Linux Mint, though
Jan
18
comment XeTeX and Fedora: can't use OTF fonts
@wasteofspace ok, I added the information you asked me to provide.
Dec
5
comment Making one page landscaped and all other portrait, is that possible?
Ah, Great! A few hours ago, I got a 404 from that link, seems to work now, though. Someone might wanna close this question now.
Nov
17
comment How to improve listings display of JSON files?
Cool! Thanks a lot!
Nov
17
comment How to improve listings display of JSON files?
@DavidCarlisle yes, I know that, but I still don't know how to construct a language definition for listings. Symbols such as { are not accepted as keywords. Or I'm doing something wrong.
Nov
17
comment how to better control the number display of listings?
@cyberSingularity nice, thanks!
Nov
16
comment how to better control the number display of listings?
Awesome! Many thanks!
Oct
27
comment Modifying another checkmark, or adding another one?
Thank! I've used your second solution like that: \newcommand{\e}{ {\dejavusans \hspace{-.6em} \ooalign{☐\cr \tiny \hfil \hspace{0.01em} \raisebox{0.3em}{E} \hfil \cr}} }
Sep
25
comment How to split a page in six equally sized sectors?
You sir are splendid!
Sep
25
comment How to split a page in six equally sized sectors?
Not really what I was looking for, but I can see this working in a different manner: Could this work with the beamer class? And can I add text above/below the six blocks?
Sep
25
comment How to split a page in six equally sized sectors?
This looks rather nice. Can I space the sectors a bit, and change the width?, also, I'd like all six sectors to be horizontally and vertically centered, if that makes sense (top/bottom and left/right margins on the A4 page should be equal).
Sep
24
comment XITS font not found
The "you need to access it by file name" did the trick for me! Many thanks!
Jun
25
comment Is there a way to set the tab length in any other unit than pixels in TeXworks?
Also, the feature request is two years old, and I didn't see much change in the program. But what I really don't understand, is why they did that kind of weird tab display in the first place.
Jun
25
comment Is there a way to set the tab length in any other unit than pixels in TeXworks?
well, it doesn't have to bee exactly cross platform, I had my users using TeXnicCenter. I liked TeXworks almost better, though. I'm used to Notepad++, so I guess it is alright. I can't push my users to Vim, though, the learning curve would be too steep.