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Feb
24
comment Reducing the console output of LaTeX
pydflatex now works even if the log is not encoded in utf-8.
Aug
30
comment Reducing the console output of LaTeX
@Daniel, thanks for the feedback! argparse is part of standard Python distros > 2.7. UTF-8 is supported, but the log has to be in utf-8. If yours is, please send it to me (or, better, the tex file), or file an issue on github. Thanks again!
Aug
24
comment Reducing the console output of LaTeX
@Daniel I implemented (parts of) your suggestion in the new version of pydflatex.
Jul
21
comment \big delimiters not working with scrartcl?
Very nice answer, thank you.
Jul
21
comment \big delimiters not working with scrartcl?
So, here is my solution so far: use scrartcl with amsmath, and disable either mathtools or breqn. I will disable breqn because I hardly ever use it. Feel free to add an answer that I can vote for! Thanks for the help.
Jul
21
comment \big delimiters not working with scrartcl?
@egreg I apologize, I hadn't read your first comment completely... Could you explain more? The problem persists with \documentclass[12pt]{scrartcl}, but is indeed fixed upon loading \usepackage{amsmath}. I don't understand any of this... :-(
Jul
21
comment \big delimiters not working with scrartcl?
Well, breqn does not cause the problem by itself, it's the combination with mathtools. Perhaps both problems are unrelated. But how to explain that \big is broken in both cases, and none of the other delimiter macros are? Could it be a name clash of some sort?
Jul
21
comment \big delimiters not working with scrartcl?
I don't think so. I just found another example: using the article document class, and loading both mathtools and breqn also disables \big. This is unrelated to scrartcl as I was suspecting. What do you think is the explanation?
Jul
20
comment \foreach has a problem with ‘initially’ argument in remember part
I confirm that the issue is still there with in the TeXLive 2013 version of TikZ (v 2.10, rcs rev 1.76)
Mar
6
comment Line through two points with offset in TikZ
Woudn't it be clearer to write \coordinate (V4) at ($(V1)!1.2!(V2)$);
Oct
10
comment LaTeX to HTML: PolyTeXnic and PlasTeX
@AndrewStacey what is this "TeX class" you are mentioning? I'd be very glad to stay away from TeX4ht, so if you know of another reliable method, I'd like to test it.
Oct
10
comment LaTeX to HTML: PolyTeXnic and PlasTeX
I meant the only reliable way (in fact, following your many comments on that topic!). Is there another package capable of coping with arbitrary custom command definitions, for instance?
Oct
10
comment Move section anchors generated by tex4ht
I take it that it is impossible to achieve what I want to do?
Oct
8
comment Automatic branching for versions and git
As far as I can see, your question can be entirely solved by a moderately advanced usage of git (branches, cloned repo, etc.), so I'd suggest you to ask that question on StackOverflow.
Oct
6
comment Prevent paragraph ending before display equation in TeX4ht
Thank you. That's a good start, but it does not quite work. First, after the equation, a p tag is produced, which should not be there. Second, that solution works only for the \[\] environment, not for the equation environment, for example...
Oct
6
comment Prevent TeX4ht from inserting img in equation with \mathcal
I see, now it works, with the option -cunihtf. Thanks a lot!!!
Oct
6
comment Prevent TeX4ht from inserting img in equation with \mathcal
Uh... unfortunately, this breaks the calls to \mathfrak. That is, \mathfrak{g} now displays like a regular g, instead of fraktur. Is there a way to have both working?
Oct
6
comment Prevent TeX4ht from inserting img in equation with \mathcal
Brilliant! What did it for me is to call tex4ht with the option -cmozhtf (I don't have mzlatex on my system, by I believe this is equivalent). Thanks a lot!
Jul
7
comment Make hyperref take pdfinfo from \title and \author
As of April 2012, this option is not described in the hyperref manual. Any reason for that?
Jun
15
comment Unicode characters not displaying in XeTeX
@GregGraviton: I had the same question. I made a package for that available on github: github.com/olivierverdier/Unixode