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comment What's new in TeX, version 3.14159265?
I believe it can print out beautiful Pi documents...!?
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Dec
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comment Why are default LaTeX margins so big?
It is to avoid a similar situation to Fermat's Last Theorem, whereby we'd be bereft of a wonderful academic proof for decades simply because the margin was too small in some smart guy's book. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermat's_Last_Theorem
Dec
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comment How can I execute some code at each occurence of an EOL character in a listing?
It means unfruitful. collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/infructuous
Dec
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comment How can I execute some code at each occurence of an EOL character in a listing?
+1 for teaching us new words: infructuous - which is not even in my iMac's dictionary...
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Sep
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answered Embed fonts in XeLaTeX PDF output?
Sep
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comment Making polyglossia and zref-savepos or pdfsavepos work together
Thanks I've figured out the pattern of it now and what's happening.
Sep
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accepted Making polyglossia and zref-savepos or pdfsavepos work together
Sep
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comment Making polyglossia and zref-savepos or pdfsavepos work together
Thanks I've figured out the pattern of it now and what's happening.
Sep
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comment Making polyglossia and zref-savepos or pdfsavepos work together
@UlrikeFischer I'm not sure I understand your reference to \label/\ref but each y-pos "42747166" gets associated to a unique ID "40001001", but if they get "swapped around" then it is of no use when I parse them on the next run.
Sep
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comment Making polyglossia and zref-savepos or pdfsavepos work together
@UlrikeFischer It is a bit strange though that it is messing about with the first set of numbers while leaving the actual y-pos values in their correct place. Is there a way of easily rectifying this? Otherwise I'll have to externally split the two sets then sort the values and then put them back together again, I guess.