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comment Syntax highlighting in an HTML presentation
Adding "\Css{div.lstlisting .ectt-1000 {font-family: monospace;color:blue}}" is a nasty kludge, but you're right. Despite a reasonably long search before posting, the question you reference does not show up, but it's exactly what I'm after—minus the kludge. I'll delete if no one offers a better solution.
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revised Syntax highlighting in an HTML presentation
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asked Syntax highlighting in an HTML presentation
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accepted Eliminating extra vertical space around quotes in letters
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comment Eliminating extra vertical space around quotes in letters
That works. I was having trouble because scrlttr2 (Koma in general?) requires "\usepackage[english]{babel}".
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comment Eliminating extra vertical space around quotes in letters
@ChristianHupfer Replacing letter with scrlttr2 gives ! Undefined control sequence. \bbl@switch ...bel@beginsave }\languageshorthands{none}\ifcase \bbl@select@...
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asked Eliminating extra vertical space around quotes in letters
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comment Using paralist in bibliography
That's all right, I guess. But we'd be relying on paralist also using 0pt.
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comment Using paralist in bibliography
@cslstr I've now done so.
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revised Using paralist in bibliography
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asked Using paralist in bibliography
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comment Spurious [?] vertical space introduced by multicols
Answers are here: tex.stackexchange.com/q/66977/9549
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awarded  Good Question
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accepted Automating the appearance of email addresses as images
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Question
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revised Automating the appearance of email addresses as images
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comment Automating the appearance of email addresses as images
@Hans-PeterE.Kristiansen Indeed! I have a hunch that a combination of standalone and either bashful or Robert's write18 (what is that!?) would make it possible to use a vector image. The result would then be indistinguishable from normal text inclusion (and the pdf file will likely be much smaller).