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comment \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} makes the font look awful in Google Chrome
It looks like your document is using bitmapped fonts... see this question: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1291/…
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accepted nested lists - typeset only top n levels
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comment nested lists - typeset only top n levels
Works like a charm! incidentally, the example is more readable if you put the content of the outline in a \def.
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comment nested lists - typeset only top n levels
That seems to work-- I need to pull out a TeXbook to decipher it. Is the use of "enumerate" hardcoded into \def\endscoop ? it might be nice to work for itemize environments too, above a certain level. hoping for something more general.. ideally with an argument [n] to automatically suppress if level > n. But I will play with this and see what I can make it do.
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comment Why does latex think it's tomorrow already?
Thanks for the discussion and the solution. I added an 'unset TZ' into my workflow.
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accepted Why does latex think it's tomorrow already?
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comment Why does latex think it's tomorrow already?
Unsetting TZ does the trick. if you post it as an answer, I guess that means you win the bounty. Any idea what the proper setting is for US west coast? It looks to me like "America/Los_Angeles" is supposed to be correct.
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comment Why does latex think it's tomorrow already?
Here's my env: pastebin.com/frpSu94v ; TZ is not set in windows ; in bash it's "America/Los_Angeles"
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comment Why does latex think it's tomorrow already?
@cyberSingularity, they are consistent. Both report the locale-current time (of 13:44). No, I did not use cygwin to install TeX Live because I remain somewhat mistrustful of cygwin. I installed using the installer from texlive.org
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comment Why does latex think it's tomorrow already?
Just built a document now and got: D:20121207010418Z. That's 0104, right? Local time is 17:04 on December 6. Conclusion: my OS is not reporting the correct time zone to tex. solution: ?????