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Oct
15
revised Publication list without index in biblatex
improved text addressing issue in the comments
Oct
15
answered Publication list without index in biblatex
Oct
15
comment How to put figures and tables together (in the same page) at the end? And leave some in the text?
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Oct
15
revised How to put figures and tables together (in the same page) at the end? And leave some in the text?
improved formatting, removed thanks note
Oct
15
answered Suppress month in biblatex-apa
Oct
15
answered Improvements on table of contents in classicthesis
Oct
15
comment Improvements on table of contents in classicthesis
@Pouya, classicthesis redefines \chapter in a way that if sets the toc entry (\chapter's optional argument) in \spacedlowsmallcaps, which, among other (typographically beautiful) things, issues \MakeTextLowercase. Try to redefine it to \renewcommand\Chap[2][]{\oldchap[#1]{#2}}
Oct
14
comment Improvements on table of contents in classicthesis
I think classicthesis relies on tocloft for typesetting the table of contents. Perhaps you can customize it. Try to change \cftchapfont, etc. (I really can't try it right now)
Oct
12
comment how can i make the marginpar note have a number like footnote command does
It does not answer the question, but I thought worth mentioning: check the side option of the footmisc package (but it turns all footnotes into marginpars)
Oct
12
revised Special style for commentary citations
markdown format
Oct
12
comment Disabling “glue” and other vertical space adjustment?
Welcome to TeX.SX! See also this very similar question.
Oct
11
answered Biblatex: How to add comment to autocite?
Oct
10
comment Biblatex: How to add comment to autocite?
An alternative would be \autocites(see also his earlier work)[347-348]{RobertAdams1991}: multicite commands allow a different notation for "global" pre and post-notes (i.e., notes printed before and after the whole citation command), via \autocites(<multiprenote>)(<multipostnote>)[<prenote 1>][<postnote 1>]{<entry 1>}[<prenote n>][<postnote n>]{<entry n>}. See § 3.7.3 of the documentation
Oct
10
comment Heights of elements and spaces (after, before)
Hi @novice, and Welcome again to TeX.SX! We really pride ourselves of our friendliness here and I'm sure I speak for all of us, we're very sorry if you felt unwelcomed. (BTW, I'm the one who flagged your first post, for the reason pointed out by Tobjørn T. in a comment to your post on Grid System in LaTeX). I'd suggest you to follow jon's advice in your closed question and to give ConTeXt a try (take a look at some of the highest voted questions with the {context} flag).
Oct
10
comment How to align lines on facing pages?
Welcome to TeX.SX! Grid-typesetting is very difficult in latex. Check the grid and gridset packages. See also this very similar question.
Oct
10
comment How export LaTeX to OpenDocument format with Biblatex references
sometimes it's just better to htlatex (or mk4ht htlatex) the source and then open the html file in libreoffice and save it as odt (what can be done in command line, via libreoffice --headless --convert-to odt)
Oct
9
revised TeX resources for philosophers
fixed link to tanksley's guide (now available on github)
Oct
9
comment Splitting file into lines and lines into parts
perhaps processing it like a csv database? If so, check the docsvlist and forcsvlist commands from the etoolbox package (see also this answer)
Oct
9
comment Convert a novel typed in Word (just dialogue text,no math) to LaTeX
@ChrisH, pandoc can't handle docx as input, but it handles "markdown and (subsets of) Textile, reStructuredText, HTML, LaTeX, MediaWiki markup, Haddock markup, OPML, and DocBook". It can only handle docx as output.
Oct
9
revised Convert a novel typed in Word (just dialogue text,no math) to LaTeX
added info on inaccessible link