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How to upload LaTeX manuscript, tables, figures, and auxiliary files to Elsevier's EES?

Can someone who has successfully submitted a LaTeX-based paper to the Elsevier Editorial System please describe the detailed steps needed, so that the paper builds correctly on EES, and can be ...
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About web2c, c code conversion

I'd like to convert some Tex-and-friends code to C, so that I can play with modifying it. As I understand it, the process is: (1) The tangle utility converts foo.web to a foo.p (Pascal) file, and ...
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Different pdflatex versions produce differently typeset documents - is there a kind of compatibility modus?

For some time I've been working on editing a conference proceedings, putting the different chapters together. I'm working on two different systems, which run slightly different versions of pdflatex. ...
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Restructure classic thesis project with subfolders using Kile

I would like to change the folder structure of the ClassicThesis project. My current folder setup looks like this. |-- bib // Some *.bib files. |-- bst // Some *.bst files. |-- cfg // Configuration ...
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How can I keep a clean document folder with custom .cls, .sty, .bst files in a separate subfolder?

I am using a Makefile for generating a document from its tex source. The whole project consisting of own input files (.tex, .bib, .eps, ...) and non-pre-installed static input files (.cls, .sty, .bst) ...
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How can I split the log file depending on the input file?

I have a large document that I have split into several separate documents. I have one main.tex file and several file_i.tex files which are included into main.tex using the \input-command. It also ...
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What shell commands are executed by LyX View menus?

For a variety of reasons, I'm using LyX as my primary LaTeX document creation tool, but I want to avoid doing things or relying on features of LyX that make it hard to use other tools as well. While I'...
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How to clean up .table and .gnuplot using latexmk

I'm using latexmk as my building assistance. I'm also trying to use it as the clean-up contractor... In .latexmkrc I added: $pdf_previewer = "open -a /Applications/"; $clean_ext = "rel paux ...
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Set up TeXLipse for correct BibTeX creation / autocompletion

When I try to create my file with TeXLipse, it never creates the bibliography information correctly. I set up everything as described in the various tutorials. The current setup is like this: / /src ...
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How to use latekmk with feynmf/feynmp?

Background The latexmk tool can be used to automatically process your LaTeX files enough times to generate the output. As discussed here and here, latexmk now supports setting out_dir which passes ...
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Is it possible to add a shortcut that activates a script in Kile editor? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to create new shortcuts on kile? I am using Kile in Ubuntu 11.04. I have a script that is used frequently when I compile my TeX files. I wish that I could add a short cut, ...
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How do I set document options at compile time? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Conditional Compiling and \documentclass Passing parameters to a document Changing LaTeX headers via a makefile I'm setting up a Rakefile for a LaTeX document and I'd like ...
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How to use kile with feynmf or feynmp?

Does somebody know how to teach kile to automatically do the additional steps for compiling Latex documents that contain Feynman diagrams produced with feynmf or feynmp? For what I know I have to ...
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Specify -output-directory when using latexmk

I am using latexmk for the automatic resolution of needed reruns. I would like to put all build files (aux, log, bbl, pdf, etc.) in a subdirectory. I cannot find an option for latexmk to do this. If ...
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How to use the vim quickfix mode for LaTeX?

One nice feature of vim is the quickfix mode (:help quickfix) - after calling :make you can navigate through the error messages of e.g. your C compiler and vim jumps to the right locations. How do I ...
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Dependencies in Rubber?

I have several figures compiled independently into several pdf files. Rubber works great in their compilation. The main document is compiling great with rubber as well. How can I add dependency (if ...
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