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sug­ges­tion for Ex­am­De­sign

I have a sug­ges­tion for Ex­am­De­sign that I be­lieve would make it even more ef­fi­cient in the True/False en­vi­ron­ment. Nonethe­less, I can­not seem to find a way to con­tact the au­thor. Has any­one any sug­ges­tions?
R. D. Flint, 2015-09-16 13:06 CEST

work­ing with­La­tex

thank you so much for such a tool.Thank you.thank you.
anony­mous, 2015-09-14 08:07 CEST

Work­ing with La­tex

Thank you so much for such a tool. Thank you, thank you..
Eu­ge­nio De­g­roote, 2015-09-13 12:17 CEST


Well done
anony­mous, 2015-09-04 22:52 CEST


Cisco Türkiye, 2015-08-11 17:04 CEST

Work­ing on a PhD

Thanks for the Tem­plate.
Ed­ward Zech­mann, 2015-07-15 23:26 CEST

Good Work!

Carry on! :-)


David Lloyd-Jones, 2015-06-19 20:54 CEST

A spelling er­ror in beamer user's guide

Hei, ftp://ftp.fu­net.fi/pub/TeX/CTAN/macros/la­tex/con­trib/beamer/doc/beameruser­guide.pdf

In page 126 in beamer's user guide line \in­clude­graphis[height=3cm]{my­graphic.jpg} should read \in­clude­graph­ics[height=3cm]{my­graphic.jpg}

that is: one 'c' is miss­ing.

THANK's for ex­cel­lent stuff!!!

Markus Kauko­nen, 2015-05-28 08:10 CEST


I want to con­tribute
kevin, 2015-05-23 05:00 CEST

LaTeX in Stat

In­ter­ested in LaTeX uses for Statis­tics type­set­ting.
Jo­sue Guz­man, 2015-05-19 17:25 CEST

Must be a jock

Try to set this thing up on Win­dows 7 with MikTex. Greeted by a strange setup di­a­log with­out any ex­pla­na­tions. Tried to setup font paths etc guess­ing all the way down, midst 2-3 crashes. Tried to open dvi in­cluded with the pack­age, viewer locked up win­dow and re­booted. You must be jock­ing -- just delete this crap from the In­ter­net to not con­fuse peo­ple who need to work work in­stead of mess around with opaque and buggy soft­ware pack.
Yuriy M, 2015-05-13 08:24 CEST

Clever ref­er­ence pack­age

Hello, I am writ­ing my ph.D. the­sis and i want to use the \cref pack­age. I am us­ing dif­fer­ent files for dif­fer­ent chap­ters and point­ing to them from a sin­gle source file 'main.tex'. In that file i have de­fined your pack­age \usep­a­ck­age{clev­erer}. How­ever, when i am com­pil­ing it, it can­not re­fer any­thing. I am us­ing mac and texni­cle ed­i­tor.

If i de­fine the pack­age in a sin­gle source file, such as when i am writ­ing a re­port or pa­per, it works. but for my the­sis that in­volves mul­ti­ple files, it does not work. help please.

shi­han, 2015-04-30 19:00 CEST


ILKKA HANNULA, 2015-03-27 14:38 CET

how to in­ter­grate byz­fonts pack­age in mik­tex 2.9

i want to use byz­fonts pack­age, im new on la­tex can you ex­plain how to do this?
irakli, 2015-03-11 12:38 CET


I am hav­ing the same er­ror
Stochas­tic op­ti­mi­sa­tion, 2015-02-25 18:50 CET

It seems that I can't run the pack­age

I want to use the /chem­fig com­mand to draw some struc­ture but it shows an er­ror.so i wanna you to guide me from start­ing textstu­dio.
amiya, 2015-02-23 01:37 CET

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