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Jun
15
comment Selecting grammatical form depending on programatically defined cardinal number (a la ngettext)
@BrunoLeFloch: Thanks for pointing the similarity between multiple plural forms and ordinal numbering style, 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th... 12th... 101st 102nd... in English. This lead me to considering adapting nth package for this.
Jun
15
comment Selecting grammatical form depending on programatically defined cardinal number (a la ngettext)
I guess I could adapt the solution used in nth package.
Oct
18
comment Fill style that looks like hand-drawn / hand-filled with crayon
Or latex-my.blogspot.com/2012/10/…
Aug
3
comment \includegraphics: Dots in filename
Actually pdflatex says that bb doesn't make sense ( "Package pdftex.def Warning: Option bb does not make sense" ), and it doesn't help; the natheight and natwidth doesn't help either (BoudingBox is in pt, isn't it?) -- still "Cannot determine size of graphic", and width + height result in division by 0.
Aug
2
comment \includegraphics: Dots in filename
FYI: The command was: \includegraphics[type=pdf,ext=.pdf,bb=0 0 595 842]{CUDA_4.0_Math_Libraries_Performance_6_14.p4-crop} and the file was CUDA_4.0_Math_Libraries_Performance_6_14.p4-crop.pdf (the bounding box was taken from converted to PostScript).
Aug
2
comment \includegraphics: Dots in filename
I have used bb (and ext=.pdf) and it didn't work -- still "ERROR: LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in CUDA_4.0_Math_Libraries_Performance_6_14.p4-crop.pdf (no size specifed).". I didn't know about the difference between height and natheight and that I should have used the latter.
Aug
2
comment \includegraphics: Dots in filename
That doesn't work for me (at least for type=pdf and type=png): either LaTeX complains wrongly that it cannot find image size, or (after giving size as parameters) fails with division by zero error.