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Mar
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Mar
7
comment How to float until on left (or right) page?
For reference: There's a TeX FAQ dedicated to this.
Mar
7
comment How to float until on left (or right) page?
Could this approach change the order of the floats?
Feb
23
accepted Typeset siunitx-like percentage value in math mode
Feb
23
asked Typeset siunitx-like percentage value in math mode
Feb
22
comment preview, problem with showing floats
Awesome! This saved my day. I think this error was introduced on my system when I upgraded to Ubuntu 15.10; applying your suggestion worked right away.
Feb
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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
17
accepted List all installed packages and their versions from the command line
Feb
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asked List all installed packages and their versions from the command line
Feb
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accepted Diagnostics about LaTeX installation
Feb
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asked Diagnostics about LaTeX installation
Jan
21
comment Command sequence to reliably terminate LaTeX in batchmode
Thanks again. A side note: Wikibooks claims that by default ASCII NUL is an "ignored character", and that ASCII DEL is invalid. According to our findings here this is wrong -- is it the other way round?
Jan
21
accepted Command sequence to reliably terminate LaTeX in batchmode
Jan
21
comment Command sequence to reliably terminate LaTeX in batchmode
Thanks, works for me. Can the meaning of ASCII NUL be redefined?
Jan
21
revised Command sequence to reliably terminate LaTeX in batchmode
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Jan
21
comment Command sequence to reliably terminate LaTeX in batchmode
I think batchmode implies --halt-on-error, but I might be wrong. This question is about inducing such an error that will effectively halt the process.
Jan
21
comment Command sequence to reliably terminate LaTeX in batchmode
@Sigur: No, I'm looking for quite the opposite: Always stop (when I say so), regardless of prior input.
Jan
21
revised Command sequence to reliably terminate LaTeX in batchmode
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Jan
21
comment Command sequence to reliably terminate LaTeX in batchmode
@Sigur: How does nonstopmode help here?