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Mar
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answered An Example from the Microtype Documentation
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awarded  Necromancer
Feb
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answered Detokenizing without extra spaces?
Feb
10
asked switching between math-styles with \mathversion?
Feb
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comment biblatex: No pagebreak in bibliography entry
@Matthias True. As I wrote, it is a kludge. If you do it at the very end before publishing/printing you only have to do it once.
Feb
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answered biblatex: No pagebreak in bibliography entry
Feb
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comment multirow with word wrapped columns in longtable
Are the entries in column 1 and 2 dependent or independent? That is, does an entry in column 1 summarize what is written in the three rows it spans or does it give a category for the three rows it spans? Is it always three or does it vary? If it varies is there are rule how it varies or perhaps an external file that contains the data?
Feb
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answered Using metafont in (pdf) latex
Feb
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answered Different definitions of the font \mathscr
Jan
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awarded  Nice Question
Jan
28
accepted clash between mathtools and unicode-math
Jan
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awarded  Quorum
Jan
28
comment clash between mathtools and unicode-math
\tracinglostchars has no effect, probably due to this bug
Jan
28
revised clash between mathtools and unicode-math
as per comment adjust the question
Jan
28
comment clash between mathtools and unicode-math
I have the same version here. Is there something like loglevel=debug that makes the log more verbose?
Jan
28
comment clash between mathtools and unicode-math
I’d like to know where the “missing character” log entries are from? If I look into LuaTeX’s Transcript written on test.log. I cannot find them there. If I remove \coloneq and the other macros from the MWE and just use \[:=:=\] I still get the same errors. As I’m only working on the preamble and not on a true document Latin Modern Math was just an unfortunated random pick it seems. From the few available OpenMath OpenType Fonts Neo Euler seems to be the only one to have a non-symmetrical :=.
Jan
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asked clash between mathtools and unicode-math
Jan
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revised XeLaTeX and EPS figure with consistent fonts
better link
Jan
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answered XeLaTeX and EPS figure with consistent fonts
Jan
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comment Formatting a LaTeX article to look really good
@Josh The pdf of the nature article you are referring to, hides behind a paywall. Only people surfing from inside an university network are probably able to see it.