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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]'

Sep
9
comment \CheckBox with hyperref: not able to check it
@dcmst Well, the interesting thing is, that textfields and pull-down menus work fine. Since PDF is supposed to be as portable as possible, this is kind of shocking.
Sep
9
comment \CheckBox with hyperref: not able to check it
@dcmst This is actually bad news for me and my boss. Does that mean, there is currently no "best practice" at all?
Jul
29
comment How to make \chapter and \part align right and get a quote under them?
@JohnKormylo I found the package [epigraph][1] which kinda does what I want, but the alignment is still an issue. [1]: ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/epigraph
Jul
25
comment How to make a keyword list with enumitem with labels aligned right in the margin?
Just like in my opening post: if one of those lines becomes too long, it'll push the contents inward, rather than overlapping them (the "longitemname" in the first picture)
Jul
25
comment How to make a keyword list with enumitem with labels aligned right in the margin?
Any ideas how I could make the labels push the contents inward? This helps a lot such as it is, but pushing contents inward would be a big benefit to me.
Jul
24
comment Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends
How did you add those red extra texts in the margins left and right? and how did you do the small sub-TOC in under the chapters? And the page numbering with the vertical line, how did you do that? Many questions, but I'm really impressed with that work.
Jul
15
comment How to typeset Triforce?
Hmm, I think I like this the most, because it looks pretty much like the logo on Wikipedia. I suppose I can use things like 1em as width to make this fit into a line of text, right?
Jun
28
comment fontspec related font setting compiles on Linux, but not on Windows
Erm, OK, I'll try as soon as I get back to that Windows system. Since this is a "well known" bug, any ideas when this will be fixed?
Jun
28
comment fontspec related font setting compiles on Linux, but not on Windows
@UlrikeFischer it does complain about \dimexpr, what should I do, to fix this (as an interim solution)?
Jun
27
comment When and why should I use % !TEX TS-program and % !TEX encoding?
@doncherry I know how to use the menus... The trick is to put sections of settings into the files you want to edit. Just like in Vim.
Jun
27
comment When and why should I use % !TEX TS-program and % !TEX encoding?
It would be nice if I could make an editor recognize this file as TeX and set the syntax highlighting accordingly. I have files ending in .teh that TexStudio doesn't understand. Vim uses vim: magic comments which are quite nice for this.
Jun
23
comment How to force label of a \caption{} to be lower case?
I'll post my answer with a compilable example shortly. I didn't need a fullu compilable example for this, as this is pretty much a rather simple issue and I don't expect anyone to code for me...
Jun
23
comment How to force label of a \caption{} to be lower case?
Thanks for pointing out \MakeLowercase! I cannot redefine the word inside the label itself, as I need to have babel dependent labels there (for at least two languages). I think I got it now, though.
Jun
22
comment How to make calligraphic numbers available with `unicode-math`?
It seems this rather "hackish" solution is the best it can get. For me, this isn't optimal, but the best alternative anyway.
Jun
16
comment How to make calligraphic numbers available with `unicode-math`?
I know of that, but the problem is, it doesn't give me the calligraphic numbers.
Jun
13
comment How to make calligraphic numbers available with `unicode-math`?
@barbarabeeton OK, I'll try to help, but I'd have to ask for permission first, etc. I don't know exactly how he's gonna go about publishing it, so there might be some sort of copyright issues, etc. In any event, I'll ask.
Jun
13
comment How to make calligraphic numbers available with `unicode-math`?
@barbarabeeton my Math professor uses it in his lecture on probability. He's now making that into a book. Calligraphic leters are used for sets of events inside a probability realm, calligraphic numbers are used for sets if certain classes of those events.
Jun
11
comment Can anyone help me mimick the style of ltxdockit?
@AndrewSwann yeah, I wanted to avoid just that, actually
Jun
8
comment Can anyone help me mimick the style of ltxdockit?
@cmhughes Indeed I have, and that's where my problem comes from: it uses ltxdockit which is not supposed to be used for anything other than TeX documentation. It kinda makes sense, since the implementation is almost comically crude, and offers close to no flexibility. Hence, I want something that looks like that, but isn't ltxdockit.
Jun
1
comment MnSymbol fails with `\mathcal`?
One other thing, though: Is it possible to make caligraphic numbers available as well?