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I think I already saw something like this here. It seems to be kind of a bug since a recent version of tkz-euclide, if Alain comes by, he should be able to give some explanation. One way to correct this is to do the following: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tkz-euclide} \usepackage{pgfplots,wrapfig} \begin{document} \begin{wrapfigure}{l}{0pt} \...


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You can use these packages to get a better looking font newcomputermodern and mlmodern. Newcomputermodern requires a different compiler Xelatex, but no such requirement for MLModern. \usepackage{mlmodern} or \usepackage{newcomputermodern} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}


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I would recommend Optima, by the same designer as Palatino, the great Hermann Zapf. A clone of it, URW Classico, is available gratis on CTAN. The license allows only non-commercial use, so it is not included in TeX Live by default. After you copy the files from CTAN to your local TeX tree (or install the OpenType fonts as system fonts) you can enable them ...


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First solution. Changing the definition of \changesanonymousname. Note that there is no superscriot "Id" as there is only one author here (the anonymous renamed Bob): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{changes} \def\changesanonymousname{Bob} \begin{document} Hello world \added{Text added} \listofchanges[style=summary, title={Corrections ...


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You can redefine the macro \changesanonymousname. If you use the babel package then you need to put the redefinition after \begin{document} because the changes package tells babel to set the predefined name in the current language during \begin{document}. MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{changes} \begin{document} \def\...


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For a general bibliography setup split via files, have a look at my recent answer to Separate multiple bib files reference using biblatex (which is based on PLK's answer to biblatex: multiple bibliographies categorised by different .bib files, but uses a new feature). You can use a Biber sourcemap to automatically assign keywords for filtering. With a ...


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Here, I just inserted a ^^J (linefeed) into the pdfkeywords field and it showed up with the linefeed in the document properties as such. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[pdftex, pdfauthor={Name Surname}, pdftitle={Title of my document}, pdfkeywords={A very long string^^J consisting of several words}, ...


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In the Mac app Preview, the pdf's bookmarks can be found by going to "View" and then "Table of Contents". (I think "View" -> "Bookmarks" is for bookmarks that you've created with "Tools" -> "Add Bookmark".)


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