Polyhat
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How do I get URW Nimbus Roman font?
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It looks like Liberation Serif, a font that seems to be the default option with LibreOffice on Mac, and is quite similar in appearance to Times New Roman. XeLaTeX can use any of your system fonts, so ...

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Recommended database to handle large amounts of text for LaTeX automation
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I would recommend using MySQL, and find a good programmer of Perl on jobs.perl.org or at perlmonks.org (if necessary) to help script the interface to the database for storage and retrieval of your TeX....

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How to automatically suppress page number or change to plain pagestyle whenever there is a landscape page
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You can always define your own page, and then when you want that page to appear for just a single page in your document, you can define just that page as your own page style by using the \...

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Placing a picture in a column
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Here's an example of a layout that includes an image which stays in its own column and does not span columns. \documentclass[12pt]{amsart} \usepackage{geometry} \geometry{a4paper} % or letter or ...

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Bug in TexDef: Unescaped left brace in regex is deprecated
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Unescaped curly braces are special characters in a Perl regex that indicate the number of the prior character, expression, or captured group to match. For example, s/h{2}/h/g; would be a substitution ...

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How do I write Greek in LaTeX on a Mac?
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On my Mac I used the following preamble, exactly as follows, but with personal details and most comments removed, for a multi-lingual document that included Greek and Hebrew. I was unable, after ...

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Colored table cell with multirow lets text disappear behind next colored cell
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While I don't know exactly why part of the word is covered, I can see that your particular issue is resolved by changing the multirow{2}{*}[..] commands to multirow{1}{*}[..]. Here is the full ...

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How to avoid splitting across different pages the first level items from the respective second order items in enumerate?
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Because each item is a separate paragraph, your case is one where widow/orphan penalties will have no effect. The solution might be to use samepage, as in: \begin{samepage} Example set 2 (a)...

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Saving all the latex to a file and then render reading from the file
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It looks like your \string command needs to be double escaped like your other commands are, or it will be converted to simply the word "string" without the preceding backslash. Try adding a ...

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