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Don't really know what to say, but have a look at what I'm currently working on: http://harpy.sourceforge.net/

I'll be more talkative when inspiration strikes me ;-)


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comment Is it possible to produce a PDF with un-copyable text?
Another use case: you show source code to students during a presentation, and you'd like them to try at least once to understand the code on their own instead of simply copy-pasting it to a file ;-)
Oct
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comment Is it possible to produce a PDF with un-copyable text?
Your script works, but (at least on my files, which are slides produced with beamer) produces very pale and large files. It also takes a relatively long time to finish.
Oct
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comment Labels in TikZ are incorrectly interpreted
In version 2.10-1 (on Debian Wheezy), I'm still forced to comment out \usepackage[myoptions]{babel}. Well, it was worth a try.
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accepted Forbidding keywords in listings
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comment Forbidding keywords in listings
"The keyword is float without dot, not float. (...)": yes, but the one with the dot was the one I wanted to remove. Other than that, the literate trick works perfectly, thanks!
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asked Forbidding keywords in listings
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comment Automated removal of unneeded packages
Thanks, this seems like a good option.
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comment Make one author's name bold every time it shows up in the bibliography
Works great, thanks! (although bold fonts seem to be ignored when using \textsc or \sc, but that might be related to something else I do in my bst)
Apr
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comment Reusing the current argument's number with xparse
@JosephWright: then I suppose my question shows you how shallow my knowledge of the inner workings of a LaTeX package is ;-)
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accepted Reusing the current argument's number with xparse
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11
comment Reusing the current argument's number with xparse
Thanks, I'll try using that. Of course, if I were really interested in a list, I'd use enumerate (and would actually have no use for xparse), but I just wanted a simple example to work on. I actually need this feature to draw things using TikZ.
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asked Reusing the current argument's number with xparse
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comment Crossing out sentences
I tried both solutions, and my preference goes to ulem because its \sout command can handle "special" characters (such as é, è, à, ...) commonly used in some languages, whereas \st fails.