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comment text replacement using psfrag in the .eps format
Maybe Matlab puts a space in front or back of the string (that is, ( f_k) or (f_k ))?
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comment Why does this use of `\expandafter` not work?
Interesting, I didn't know about that macro. It differs from the other solution in that following whitespace is ignored (which I consider reasonable).
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comment Why does this use of `\expandafter` not work?
@zeroth: Thank you. Took me a bit of thinking, but finally I understood it.
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comment Why does this use of `\expandafter` not work?
Thank you (and also zeroth in the comments). I guess I was thinking too much in terms of macro "execution" instead of expansion.
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comment Why does this use of `\expandafter` not work?
Thanks, but that doesn't answer my question. Indeed, an even simpler alternative to my example would have been to just write A $\longrightarrow$ B and A then B. But that certainly does not help understanding anything ...
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comment Can't debug init.el
The most likely problem is a forgotten quote, i.e. somewhere in your init.el you've written Synctex when you actually should have written 'Synctex. Another possibility would be that you used a wrong case (ELisp is case sensitive!), that is you've written Synctex when you should have written synctex or maybe SyncTeX). Anyway, the location of the error should be easily found by looking for the string Synctex in your init.el.