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comment Is it possible to output multicolumn block of text with tcpdf?
Of course. The relevant examples do not cover this case.
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comment Is it possible to output multicolumn block of text with tcpdf?
I added a simple example. Hope this makes the problem clear
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revised Is it possible to output multicolumn block of text with tcpdf?
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asked Is it possible to output multicolumn block of text with tcpdf?
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comment Ferial class option of evweek does not work with fontspec
Although all the above is correct if calendar is downloaded from ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/calendar and run latex allcal.ins (answering yes to all questions) it contains dates, it also contains evweek and evautofl in contrib folder. Demo files can be found in root calendar directory as well as in bigdemo.tgz.
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comment Ferial class option of evweek does not work with fontspec
evweekalso depends on evautofl (ctan.org/pkg/evautofl)
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comment Ferial class option of evweek does not work with fontspec
ctan.org/pkg/evweek which depends on Calendar package (ctan.org/pkg/calendar) which in turn depends on Dates package. None of them is included in TexLive as far as I can tell from CTAN info.
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revised Ferial class option of evweek does not work with fontspec
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comment Ferial class option of evweek does not work with fontspec
The other options (traditional, compact) of the package work fine with XeLaTeX, fontspec and Unicode Greek. It is just the two page option (ferial) that does not seem to work with fontspec.
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asked Ferial class option of evweek does not work with fontspec
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