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revised Treat environment content as string, replace substrings and interpret afterwards
typo fix
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revised Treat environment content as string, replace substrings and interpret afterwards
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answered Treat environment content as string, replace substrings and interpret afterwards
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comment Treat environment content as string, replace substrings and interpret afterwards
What about cases of " some text" and " some text" (two and one leading spaces) that are not located at the start of a line? Should the spaces be preserved too?
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revised Double quotes with monospaced font and LuaLaTeX
added "fonts" tag
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reviewed No Action Needed Adding a \vskip{1em} before each section - won't compile with it
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reviewed Leave Closed Adjusting the signature between “Sincerely and Name”
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reviewed Close TeXnicCenter MakeIndex and BibTeX error: Compile not working
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reviewed Close ! Package natbib Error: Bibliography not compatible with author-year citations
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comment Error in numbering equations
I would remove the first instance of \intertext, i.e., have the gather environment start after the opening sentence. If nothing else, doing so will give TeX to find another suitable page break, if need be.
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revised Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
addendum to show a second version of the code
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comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
@user10324 - I'm glad I asked: The code I've posted so far -- at least the version that goes with the screenshot -- hides or unhides the delimiters, but always shows the delimited material. I'll post a second version, which never shows the delimiters and hides or unhides the delimited material based on the switching macro.
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comment Reducing space between for some of the equations
Please don't post a substantially new query as an addendum to an existing posting. For one, relatively few people may realize that you've modified an existing query to ask a follow-up question. Instead, please post a new query.
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reviewed Leave Open How to learn LaTeX in the right way?
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comment How do I type a “confused word”?
Welcome to TeX.SE. At least on my computer monitor, your posting is nearyl undecipherable because characters (glyphs?) are densely overlaid and interfere visually both with each other and the few Latin-alphabet characters. Please modify your posting to clarify what you're looking to achieve -- and how this objective might be related to TeX and friends.
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revised No superscript or subscript greek letters with EB Garamond and mathspec
added "xetex" tag
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comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
@user10324 - As I noted in my answer, I was (am still am, unfortunately) confused about your exact objective. Is it met adequately by my answer, or are you looking to having a system by which you can either show the delimited material if "switch=on" or hide the delimited material if "switch=off"? Please advise.
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comment MyriadPro and MiKTeX (FontPro)
What's preventing you from using XeLaTeX and/or LuaLaTeX?
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comment Where and why does (LuaLa)TeX scale down the requested base font size?
@egreg - I do "get" the usefulness of geometric progressions in general :-) and of the factor 1.2 for TeX/LaTeX documents. Maybe that's why I frequently feel that the 11pt documentclass font size option -- unlike the 10pt and 12pt options -- produces awkward-looking headers: for 11pt, \large (for \subsection) generates only a 9.6% increase (from 10.95 to 12), whereas \Large (for \section) entails a combined increase of 31.5% (from 10.95 to 14.4). The relative sizes of subscript-style and subsubscript-style math material under 11pt also look less than optimal to me.
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comment How draw circle around \item for special item, enumi and enumii!
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