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[texhax] lwarp vs. tex4ht *
... in ability and ease of configuration. Based on a quick review of the tex4ht interpretation of the lwarp test suite, differences include: - xcolor color box and frame box - HTML entities for various kinds of fixed-width spaces - epigraphs - lwarp doesn't do tabular <{} and >{} columns yet, or ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2016-March/022230.html 03/24/16, 6208 bytes
[texhax] memoir colored page and missing trims *
... . using |\onepagecolor| makes the trims disappear. Any ideas? Here is a MWE: |\documentclass[12pt,showtrims]{memoir} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{xcolor} \setstocksize{290mm}{210mm} \settrimmedsize{240mm}{170mm}{*} \settrims{20mm}{20mm} \settypeblocksize{180mm}{110mm}{*} \setlrmargins{20mm}{*}{*} ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2016-February/022196.html 02/24/16, 3383 bytes
[texhax] FW: Word: chapter appears in front of "listoffigures" *
... my system. But looking at it, it's not surprising you're going to get conflicts. You've activated times *and* mathptmx *and* palatino, helvet twice, xcolor *and* color (twice), graphics *and* graphicx *and* epsfig, *ulem* and *soul*, etc. I suggest you read the documentation of every package you're ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2014-January/020887.html 09/21/15, 3269 bytes
[texhax] Unicode Replacement Character/Glyph in Standard TeX *
[texhax] Unicode Replacement Character/Glyph in Standard TeX I wrote: > And the graphics and xcolor packages turn out to be unnecessary. According to Steven B. Segletes on stackexchange, <http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/223194/unicode-replacement-character-in-standard-tex> the above ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2015-January/021523.html 01/16/15, 3338 bytes
[texhax] Unicode Replacement Character in Standard TeX *
... solution (less redundancy) follows. > > Philip Taylor > -------- > \documentclass [a4paper]{minimal} > \usepackage [dvipsnames]{xcolor} > \usepackage {amssymb} > > \font \cmr = cmr7 > \def \missing {$\blacklozenge \llap {\hbox {\textcolor {white} {\cmr > ?}\kern 0,1333 ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2015-January/021533.html 01/16/15, 5734 bytes
[texhax] Unicode Replacement Character in Standard TeX *
... .pdf A slightly more elegant solution (less redundancy) follows. Philip Taylor -------- \documentclass [a4paper]{minimal} \usepackage [dvipsnames]{xcolor} \usepackage {amssymb} \font \cmr = cmr7 \def \missing {$\blacklozenge \llap {\hbox {\textcolor {white} {\cmr ?}\kern 0,1333 em}}$} \begin{document ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2015-January/021529.html 01/16/15, 4702 bytes
[texhax] Unicode Replacement Character in Standard TeX *
... .pdf A slightly more elegant solution (less redundancy) follows. Philip Taylor -------- \documentclass [a4paper]{minimal} \usepackage [dvipsnames]{xcolor} \usepackage {amssymb} \font \cmr = cmr7 \def \missing {$\blacklozenge \llap {\hbox {\textcolor {white} {\cmr ?}\kern 0,1333 em}}$} \begin{document ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2015-January/021528.html 01/16/15, 3224 bytes
[texhax] Unicode Replacement Character in Standard TeX *
... Both solutions are proving useful. You are most welcome. ** Phil. -------- Revised code : \documentclass [a4paper]{minimal} \usepackage [dvipsnames]{xcolor} \usepackage {amssymb} \font \cmr = cmr7 \def \missing {$\blacklozenge \mkern -2,5mu \llap {\hbox {\textcolor {white} {\cmr ?}}}\mkern 2,5 mu$} ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2015-January/021527.html 01/16/15, 5092 bytes
[texhax] Unicode Replacement Character in Standard TeX *
... looks like a filled black diamond with a white question mark inside it. Any use ? \documentclass [a4paper]{minimal} \usepackage [dvipsnames]{xcolor} \usepackage {amssymb} \begin{document} \begin{center} \font \cmr = cmr7 $\blacklozenge \mkern -2,5mu \llap {\hbox {\textcolor {white} {\cmr ?}}}$ \end ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2015-January/021524.html 01/16/15, 3281 bytes
[texhax] Unicode Replacement Character in Standard TeX *
... for the Unicode Replacement Character. I made some minor changes to reduce the size of the "glyph" and its baseline. And the graphics and xcolor packages turn out to be unnecessary. All the remaining suggestions rely on extra files to include as graphics, or whatever, which I want to avoid ...
http://tug.org/mailman/htdig/texhax/2015-January/021521.html 01/15/15, 4499 bytes

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