heiko.oberdiek at googlemail.com
Sat Apr 23 23:21:52 CEST 2011
On Sat, Apr 23, 2011 at 02:21:24PM -0600, Gordon Haverland wrote:
> On April 23, 2011, Uwe Ziegenhagen wrote:
> > 2011/4/23 Gordon Haverland <ghaverla at materialisations.com>
> > > I don't suppose there is some easy way to deal with
> > > superstitions in LaTeX? I looked around CTAN a bit, and
> > > nothing jumped out at me.
> > >
> > > I suspect the company I am doing work for is superstitious,
> > > or customers are. But I ran across an enumerated list where
> > > there is
> > >
> > > no 13'th element. What I've done is:
> > > 13) Purposely blank.
> > >
> > > But is there something else that is more universal?
> > You're kidding, aren't you?
> > If you are *really not* kidding I suppose the way to go would
> > be to check in an enumerate list if you are at the thirteenth
> > element and insert the "13) Purposely blank" item.
> It has to be more involved than that. If the 12/13 interface
> breaks a page, and hence the first item on the next page is 14
> (because 13 is supposed to be missing), do people wonder what
> happened to 13? In the middle of the page to go 11, 12, 14, 15
> is probably okay.
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