12:01 AM
Welp, Dalton has contacted me as my document isn't compling right
Realized it is PROBABLY the error thrown that goes away if you let it finish then compile agian
Seems to be from my numbering package whenever I use it as \refcmpd{peroxo.{meoh,etoh,ppn},bipyChain,2bipy}
So I think easiest mode is going to be manually stop dong more then onerefrence in each \ref
OH GOOD
I just had to change \refcmpd to \cmpd when using lists it looks like
No idea why

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7:41 AM
@TeXnician I think the new version of typoaid is now on the TeXLive pretest

@Moriambar Not yet for me (on hmc.edu mirror) :|

@Moriambar I've read the new documentation on CTAN. I like your section about what went "wrong". Big agenda for the next release ;)

@TeXnician that mirror is not as up to date as teh Czech one

@Moriambar Maybe, but I just selected one randomly for the installation. Too lazy to change now. However I think it will be on my one too within the next day.

7:55 AM
@TeXnician eheh I wanted to make everyone know that I know that the code has issues, and that I want to address them. Too many people helped and I did not want to let them down or to make them think I did not want their help.

@Moriambar Yeah, btw: very minimalistic changelog.

it's just that I wanted to release the new functionalities (which were what I was after when I created the package)

@UlrikeFischer Thanks for your comment re hyperref urls with #. I am on TL16 with hyperref.sty 2017/03/14 v6.85a Hypertext links for LaTeX and get no errors running pdflatex on a terminal. tex.stackexchange.com/a/366941/15925

@TeXnician It's an "alpha" package. I'm bound to make many changes day by day... I don't want to clutter anything with a changelog, especially when I do not commit the code consistently. As said in the docs, that will change after v.1.0.0

@Moriambar I really understand that. But it looks funny ;)

8:02 AM
@TeXnician It's a package nobody will use. It's not to be taken seriously. Btw I have something else new in mind: example pages...

@Moriambar Good idea (but please also with some math) and I have another one: Scan the font directory and list fonts that would with current setup (font size, margins) would be optimal (but that's Lua based again).

@TeXnician lua is coming, trust me. Math is irrelevant, imo, in the sense that with TeX system, I feel taht once the text is correctly set, math will follow