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May
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comment Problem with examdesign and twocolumn in Debian 8
Thank you very much for your reply. I have done as directed, and I think the problem can be traced to package 'multicol'. It complains that it may not work with twocolumn option in input line; but so did the old multicol, and it worked perfectly. The log files with both Debian 8 (doesn't work) and Debian 7 (works all right) are in et.bs.ehu.es/~etptupaf/Examproblem . Don't really know where to go from here, perhaps a solution would be to grab an old version of multicol and keep it locally so as to override the system wide new multicol. Your advice welcome.
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May
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comment Problem with examdesign and twocolumn in Debian 8
Any news on this? Some workaround? I have exactly the same problem. Still keeping a Debian 7 system in a laptop to format examdesign + twocolumn documents.
May
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answered Automatically capture acronyms
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accepted Command for a question in Beamer
Jan
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comment Command for a question in Beamer
Thank you very much. Using auto-increment (<+->) works for me as you say. I wish it could also be used when I code overlays manually, which sometimes I need to do for more control. But your solution is good enough for most of my uses.
Jan
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comment Command for a question in Beamer
Because I want my students to have in front of them the current slide when I ask them the feedback question.
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comment Printing beamer slides?
@MYaseen208: This I don't know. I suppose you could tweak the package. You might ask Guido Diepen.
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answered n-up printing of beamer slides with empty right-hand side
Jan
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comment Taking notes while reading a journal paper
@ Simon: I use Linux! I have missed Xournal, I will have a look at it. Thank you for pointing this out.
Jan
15
answered Taking notes while reading a journal paper