Nils L

Berlin

lindenhayn.com

Age: 34

teacher, historian of science, typophile. *TeX user since 2001. Switched to LuaLaTeX in 2010. TUG Germany member since 2007(?). Fighting bad typography since 1980.

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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
so for now we're stuck with the question: why is it only possible to assign a particular active char to \MakeBlockQuote once and for all? That seems so un-TeX-y to me.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Indentation of my list of equations
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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
looks like we can't. This (pastebin.com/hgmDiwU3) doesn't work either.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Bibtex own Reference Style
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comment What font do you use for writing latex code?
PS: my personal compromise is to simply not read my writings on screen (where I use Courier New, which I consider perfect in that context), but on paper, i.e. the medium in which a possible reader will read it as well.
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comment What font do you use for writing latex code?
what exactly is it that you don't like about Verdana? It is widely considered one of the most well-crafted screen fonts. For a good reason IMHO.
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revised csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
deleted 3 characters in body
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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
PS: I edited my original question to include a new attempt at a solution.
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revised csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
added 1609 characters in body
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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
this does look good, although it implies that the user would have to take care of the nesting themselves, i.e. take caution that inside the outer marks (triggering blockquote), different inner marks (triggering textquote) are used. This would defeat my the second part of my goal -- being able to type quotation marks in a uniform style throughout the document -- but will indeed provide for the desired automation, which is great.
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revised csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
edited body
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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
I guess that's probably one of those pitfalls I wasn't aware of until now.
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on Cross-Reference with custom text
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revised Cross-Reference with custom text
Wording changed
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asked csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
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comment babel + hyperref: »redefining shorthand« several times per page
works great; just reduced my log file from 10000 to 2000 lines. Thanks!
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comment babel + hyperref: »redefining shorthand« several times per page
> without any text and contents ...that's what I've been trying to convince my PhD supervisor of for ages! Good to hear I'm not the only one thinking that's a good idea :)
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comment babel + hyperref: »redefining shorthand« several times per page
thanks egreg and Heiko for your replies. I'd like to emphasize that I don't question the usefulness of that message -- what I'm interested in (besides ways of silencing it) is why all that defining and redefining is going on in the first place (even without \section and friends). My concern, ultimately, is processing time, i.e. the question of how much faster would a TeX run be without these things.
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accepted babel + hyperref: »redefining shorthand« several times per page
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comment babel + hyperref: »redefining shorthand« several times per page
no even disabling hyperref'ing with draft mode silences it :(
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