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bio website prakashkut.com
location Washington, DC
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Graduate student at UPenn


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accepted Spelling mistake detector for LaTeX/PDF
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comment Spelling mistake detector for LaTeX/PDF
I think apsell does the trick for me. I use VI to edit my LaTeX documents. So, I wanted a tool to check for spelling mistakes rather than going through the entire document manually.
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comment Spelling mistake detector for LaTeX/PDF
When I try aspell -t temp.tex , it gives me Error: Unknown Action: temp.tex . Any obvious mistake I am making ?
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asked Spelling mistake detector for LaTeX/PDF
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Start new chapter on same page
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comment Start new chapter on same page
thank you so much ! I think earlier I was trying to put a lot of code to do the same thing. Just replacing include by input worked absolutely fine.
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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment Start new chapter on same page
So, it works now. After putting input instead of include. But another issue has come up. The Chapter names do not come in the new line. Instead some of the chapter names get attached to the content of the previous chapter. Is there any way I can make the Chapter names appear in a new line ?
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comment Start new chapter on same page
Is there any way to remove page breaks before and after \include because, I have separated my document into almost 30 LATEX files and I include all of them inside the parent LATEX file.
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comment Start new chapter on same page
It is working only for the first chapter. Is it because, I have something like, \chapter{Introduction} \include{text/intro} . Is it because of the include block ? Sorry for the bad formatting
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awarded  Student