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comment Tikz: use opacity for fill, yet leave draw (lines) untouched
@oarfish: That was the intent of the second bullet point, but have expanded to make it more explicit.
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comment Generating pdf after reading from database
Welcome to TeX.SE. If you provide a sample of the output from SQL database it would be easier to help you. Unless there is a lot of processing that you need to do to the data you can do all this directly from TeX by invoking a shell script to query the SQL database and generate a CSV file. Then use something like datatool package to process the data.
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revised \newcommand with options
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comment Automating Error Detection of pdflatex
@cfr: Did not know about overfull boo resulting in an empty PDF. Do you have a reference for that? Never heard of texfot, but does look interesting. Will have to try it out.
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comment Automating Error Detection of pdflatex
Good example. So, how would I go about automating the detection of such failures via a script? This was obviously intentional, but am conceded that there might be some cases where I get this behavior, but is not obvious.
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comment Using relative paths for \include commands
@Wk_of_Angmar: I don't use Plain TeX but I think using \def\MyPath{../thesis} and the Plain TeX equivalent of \input. Perhaps you could post a new question if that does not work.
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comment How do you write a vector with an underline instead of an arrow?
@MartinUeding: I am not familiar with isomath. Perhaps you should post an answer.