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answered Special Characters incorrectly displayed
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comment Special Characters incorrectly displayed
Daai ronde aanhalingstekens is die probleem. Use Unicode Character 'APOSTROPHE' (U+0027), that works in XeLaTeX using Alan's example below.
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comment Mimicking a calculator inputs and screen
It must be said that this looks awesome.
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comment Space after LaTeX commands
\arnold is a... what? Arnie is a strong guy, so I wouldn't say anything bad about him...
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comment Using Calibri with a Mac
@erasmortg Have a look here on Microsoft's site for the font. You might find this post useful to install Calibri on a Mac. Just check your licenses about how these fonts may be used in the MS Office documentation.
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comment Using Calibri with a Mac
Yea as @Thruston said I'll first make sure you can see the font in Font Book, and if not try and install it there. Apple Support page for Font Book
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comment How can we draw a Christmas tree with decorations, using TikZ?
Right. Now for the next challenge draw Santa falling out of a chimney covered in soot... :)
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comment How to run TeX from the command line interface in Linux
For a question considered by some to be 'not really good' it just received over 10 000 views, so it seems that a lot of people are interested in this at least.
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answered Why does Java have Eclipse and NetBeans, but TeX cannot?
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comment To linenumber at start of sentences without altering data?
You could use sections. Have a look at Herbert and egreg's answers at this old question of mine. tex.stackexchange.com/q/40748/7093
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comment What is the status of generating LaTeX from handwriting (i.e., OCR)?
+1 for the effort and because I've got a Galaxy Note.