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comment listings package - including textfile - tabstops wrong
Why does it assume tabulator stops at certain positions, rather than just putting them where I put the tab characters in my textfile? Is there a way to overwrite this default behaviour such that it puts the tabstops where they are in my file?
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comment listings package - including textfile - tabstops wrong
Thank you, using tabsize (in combination with adding a few whitespaces manually into the textfile) solved the problem at hand. It is uncomfortable though, since I'll probably have to work out the right tabsize manually for every file + I still don't understand why it can't just display it as I see it in notepad.
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comment listings package - including textfile - tabstops wrong
I was hoping this would be a known problem. Also, with the link button I can just provide a link, I cannot upload an image.
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comment Enumerated description list
Yes, it looks that way. However, I prefer Marco's answer to the one given in the other question, because Marco's answer can be used with the standard item[] command, rather than defining a new command \litem{} as Mike did. Hence the enumitem package can still be used straightforwardly for formatting the list without having to ask yourself: What did litem{} do again...
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comment Enumerated description list
Thank you for your answer, but when including this package, I get a lot of 'undefined control sequence' errors (maybe a clash with enumitem, don't know). Also I am looking for an enumerated, descriptive list. In your solution, I don't see where to put the description for the list items. I will go with Marco's solution since it worked by copy & paste.
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comment Enumerated description list
Thank you for your answer, but I was looking for a solution that enumerates the items automatically (i.e. I don't want to type a,b,c etc). Marco's solution does that for me.
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comment Enumerated description list
Thank you, that solves the problem. However, could I also have a separate listclass, say enumdescript, such that I don't have to apply the settings manually everytime I want to use one of those lists?
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