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comment When generating html, how do you specify image size?
how do I use this Latex code? (is it a one time bit that goes in the preamble? is it a macro definition that I use each time I include a graphic? does it go in the options for includegraphics?)
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revised How do you suppress specific warnings generated by pdflatex?
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comment How do you suppress specific warnings generated by pdflatex?
I was using the "hbox overfull" only as an example to illustrate the kinds of warnings I wish to suppress. My question's intent was meant to cover warnings in general. Because of the questions generality maybe you could expand on the hbadness.
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comment How do you suppress specific warnings generated by pdflatex?
@Kurt, I am well aware of the meaning of what warnings indicate when creating a Latex document. The type of warnings I am interested in suppressing are when I am purposefully choosing to do something despite what the warning says.
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comment How do you suppress specific warnings generated by pdflatex?
So you would put \hbadness=10000 and it applies for the rest of document? Wouldn't you have to reset it back to the default so it only suppresses warnings for one specific place of the document?
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comment How do you suppress specific warnings generated by pdflatex?
For example in Java programming language when you do something that generates a warning and you want that code to stay that way on purpose --> you can use the @SuppressWarnings("stringDescription").
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comment How do you suppress specific warnings generated by pdflatex?
hfuzz sounds like it might suppress the warning locally for the specific warning of "hbox overfull" but what about any other warning?
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asked How do you suppress specific warnings generated by pdflatex?
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comment “Track changes” in LaTeX
@percusse, I can definitely see it happening where there is a student writing a paper with an adviser. The student has lots of time and the advisor has very little time. The student can spend lots of time marking his document to show the changes... and then maximize the productivity with the adviser. (but definitely it looks like it would take a lot of work)
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comment “Track changes” in LaTeX
FWIW, most of the comments after gt6989b's comment SEEM to me more of a discussion about 'What is the best diff tool to use when comparing two different versions of the same latex documents?'. I have created a chat room for this topic. Would it be possible if we can continue in the chatroom? (I would definitely like to hear about the various pros and cons of using different diff tools on latex source!)
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comment “Track changes” in LaTeX
This is unrelated to downvotes. I just want to understand how the changes package works. The Changes package gives you a way to manually annotate an existing document with changed, deleted, etc. Each individual changed part of the document needs to be manually identified and then manually annotated (by further changing the document)?
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