Christian Clason
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Sorted list of publications in moderncv from bibtex
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Here's a solution using bibtex and standard moderncv. You need to hack a suitable BibTeX style; a good starting point is plainyr, since it already has sorting by year and looks similar the mock-up in ...

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$\epsilon$ undefined using Minion Pro with pdftex
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You should update your encoding files. The scripts on CTAN are long out of date; the most up-to-date version (forked from the scripts on CTAN) can be found at https://github.com/sebschub/FontPro/. ...

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Sans-serif to go with EB Garamond (no math)?
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If you don't mind an organic sans serif, you could use Linux Biolinum which is part of the libertine package; Libertine is a more modern (but still classical) typeface than Garamond, but the pairing ...

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How to use LaTeX template for SIAM papers?
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This is new in the October 2013 version of the macros, which now include the hyperref package (but with the hard-coded drivers pdfmark and dvips -- which are synonymous, as far as I know). This makes ...

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why does newtxmath fail to work with pdflatex and libertine
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I assume you are using the latest version of the newtx package, which comes with its own (stripped down) version of the Libertine font. Unfortunately, there's a small packaging error: The Libertine-...

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What version of texlive is arXiv running?
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As of February 10, 2017, new submissions (and replacements of old submissions) are now compiled with texlive 2016. (Even current biblatex (3.7) with biber (2.7) is supported, if you upload the bbl ...

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Minted+Inconsolata: Straight Quotes
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There is (as of 2013-06-14) a new version of the inconsolata package by Michael Sharpe, called inconsolata-zi4, that provides a font with a straight quote which can be automatically used in verbatim ...

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How do you use MacVim for LaTeX?
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My favorite is in fact LaTeX-Box: It has all the features I need (autocomplete for references and citations, automatic compilation) and is still quite lightweight (compared to vim-latex). A good ...

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KOMA script and amsthm: Space lost before and after theorems
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This is a known bug in the latest (released) version 3.14 of KOMA script, see http://www.komascript.de/release3.14 (in German, search for "scrsize10pt.clo"). EDIT: The bug is fixed in the (released ...

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MinionPro on Mac OS X
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There's a new (and maintained) set of scripts for generating Type1 fonts for MinionPro (and, as an added bonus, MyriadPro and CronosPro), which worked well for me.

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Show all available fields in references
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In general, not every entry type (here: misc) supports every field (here: institution); the list of required and optional fields can be found in the bibtex documentation. If you need to change this, I ...

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How can I create a local LaTeX environment which is suitable for arXiv submission preparation?
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It's also possible to just install the 2016 version of texlive in parallel to the current one -- it can be found at ftp://tug.org/historic/systems/texlive/2016, which includes the latest version of ...

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Annoying emacs autoformatting in LaTeX mode
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Since the actual file is changed, and not just the displayed buffer, this is most likely due to the way the X server handles the input from the keyboard. Even with a localized layout, there is often ...

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