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Feb
2
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
17
accepted Theorem style: All letter uppercase
Nov
17
awarded  Inquisitive
Nov
16
comment Theorem style: All letter uppercase
@barbarabeeton Unfortunately, \scshape doesn't change anything. I've reworked my question and added an MWE. (Interesting, \textsc{...} works in the body of the text, but not in this command ?)
Nov
16
revised Theorem style: All letter uppercase
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Nov
16
comment Theorem style: All letter uppercase
@egreg no, because 1) Then all letter have the same height, whereas something like \noun{Newtheorem} produces an "N" that is slightly higher then the other uppercase letters. 2) Everything is bold, but I want it just displayed normally.
Nov
16
asked Theorem style: All letter uppercase
Nov
4
comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
Similarly, I'd be interested how the code would change if insted if an ~L type delimiter I would use {[, i.e. where now two problematic symbols are used in the delimiter.
Nov
3
comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
Sorry to come back to this question after such a long time, but the following question popped up: In case for future file, where I'd like to change the delimiters from {L to, say ZL (resp. L} to LZ) what changes would I have to do to your code above ? I tried guessing what your code does and did some changes on a trial-and-error basis, but couldn't get it to work...I assume the code would simplify because in this case complicated catcode changes aren't required anymore.
Nov
3
comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
[...] the \space command, because if I delete these commands the error then moves to line 4, where the \switch command is. (If I use csplain I also get an error, but a different one: ! Undefined control sequence. l.1 \mubyte \hideBEG {L \endmubyte % "{L " -> \hideBEG Notice that \space is now missing.) How can I get the document to compile ?
Nov
3
comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
Sorry to come back to this topic after almost two month, but back then I didn't had the time to work all of this compilation stuff out, because time was pressing and a solution was needed fast. But now I have some time and again read through the answer and tried to compile it and still couldn't do it: when I save the above text in a tile.tex and then use pdftex -ini -enc file.tex it will give me an error ! Undefined control sequence. l.2 \mubyte\hideEND \space \space L}\endmubyte % " L}" -> \hideEND. The error seems to be due to [...]
Oct
14
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
13
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
25
accepted $x_1,x_2$ vs. $x_1$, $x_2$
Sep
24
comment $x_1,x_2$ vs. $x_1$, $x_2$
[...] Although, they do form an entity, as they are a partition of a line, which makes me somewhat unsure.
Sep
24
comment $x_1,x_2$ vs. $x_1$, $x_2$
First: To such a complete and carefully crafted answer, I cannot give anything but a thankful +1! Second: In the text I'm writing, $x_1$ to $x_3$ are something in between unrelated items and a structured entity: I'm dividing a line in three segments, called $A_1$, $A_2$ and '$A_3$ and I constantly have to mention things like "On the segments $A_1$, $A_2$ happens X"; "in contrast, on the segment $A_2$, $A_3$` we have to deal with the problem Y"; "when looking at $A_1$, $A_2$ and '$A_3$` together we can see Z". Would you agree that I should write them apart, as I just did ?
Sep
23
asked $x_1,x_2$ vs. $x_1$, $x_2$
Sep
9
comment Compiling a document with `enctex` enabled
Ok, I'll try and do that. It would really be a shame to not find any use of your carefully written answer.
Sep
9
comment Compiling a document with `enctex` enabled
@wipet @wipet Could you help me trying to compile with csplain ? Already after your answer on my other question I had installed it, but couldn't manage to compile my documents with it (like your previous answer to my other question). If I save the document, for example, as a.tex and run csplain -enc a.tex it stop with an error saying Undefined control sequence.
Sep
9
comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
Yes, they did! Thanks to you too for the detailed answer.