Apparently, Parsing TeX is Turing-complete.
I however, do not write TeX but LaTeX. In that process, I profit from assistance by editor plugins like Auctex et.al. These plugins rely on a syntactic model of my writing (hence, they need to parse it). I assume they could be confused by running certai...
@wilx I think the package is just wrong, you could ask that they change it (if the tt font needs b not bx (bold not bold extended) that can be done with a substitution in the fd files just for that font without changing the default behaviour of \bfseries
I would like to reproduce following scientific diagram in a 1996 paper.
(a) How did the author create such a figure? What software did he possibly used?
(b) Is it possible to do it using TikZ? If so, what is the general routine?
I appreciate your helps.
@JosephWright Well the problem is "the easy fix". I don't have the time to write it and run tests (is the lccode also changed in the document?), but chances for correction are higher with complete code.