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12:22 AM
Nice to see this case wrapped up definitely:
Embarrassing to be an Australian while reading this article
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4:55 PM
Can somebody look at this? The conflict doesn't involve tcolorbox. You can take that stuff out. It's a conflict between apalike and amsbook. I'm not sure if that's an expected incompatibility or not?
Q: Resolving Conflict Between "breakable" in \tcbuselibrary and \tableofcontents in LaTeX

Chau LongI am encountering an issue with a LaTeX document where the "breakable" package appears to be conflicting with the \tableofcontents command when attempting to add the table of contents to the document. \documentclass[a4paper,openany,12pt]{amsbook} \usepackage{apalike} \usepackage{tcolorbox} \tcbus...

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6:11 PM
@cfr I'll look..
@cfr if you remove the toc `Bibliography\begingroup \@temptokena {{\sl \uppercase {Bibliography}}{\sl \uppe
rcase {Bibliography}}}\xdef {\chapterrunhead{}{}{Contents}}{\chapterrunhead{}{}
{Contents}}{}\mark {}\endgroup ` gets written to the terminal...
6:30 PM
@cfr I posted an answer, apalike.sty only has around 30 non comment lines and this replaces 8 of them....
6:50 PM
when did the tags go horribly bold?
@UlrikeFischer travelling back?
@DavidCarlisle ;-). It is now 4 in the morning ... I will fall in bed soon.
@UlrikeFischer welcome home:-)
@DavidCarlisle Oh, we are now getting bold...
7:00 PM
@DavidCarlisle hm, I seem to have edited the previous message instead of answering ...
@UlrikeFischer 私はあなたのせいです
@mickep I want comic sans tags
@DavidCarlisle I'm already feeling like home
@UlrikeFischer I try to please
@DavidCarlisle ??
@cfr was just checking if you saw the same.
7:06 PM
@DavidCarlisle I'm sure you have a userscript to fix that.
@mickep I used to use a user stylesheet but they became increasingly difficult to use, I could have a user script but ...
@DavidCarlisle Life is too short to enforce comic sans everywhere.
@DavidCarlisle It is not that bad.
@mickep no but it seems to particularly irritate @egreg, so encouraging its use has some advantages.
7:21 PM
@DavidCarlisle One of many advantages, then.
@DavidCarlisle You don't have to remove the .toc. I get it on the terminal whenever the .bbl exists but the bibliography isn't in the .toc.
7:48 PM
@cfr well yes I suppose so, I meant if the bad toc is there you get an error before getting that far
@UlrikeFischer Please let the Bär have a look at this link: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_at_the_Two_Golden_Bears
@DavidCarlisle Yes, but it's on the terminal before the bad toc is written, isn't it?
@cfr oh sorry yes it's still writing Bibliogrophy in my "fixed" version just wihout the nonsense from expanding \markboth. I should fix that I guess. Just not loading apalike would seem the best answer really
@cfr ah no I see that's just amsbook, OK ignore me
@DavidCarlisle I was going to ask what apalike was really doing besides defining \citex and breaking the toc, but I guess it's changing the style of just the bibliography chapter? That seems ... odd?
@cfr it does almost nothing just slightly changing the bibliography list settings to presumabky better target the output from the apalike.bst bibtex style. It is positively ancient of course. minor update in 2010 but postly from 1986, oh no 2010 change was just to the licence so it's all from '87
8:56 PM
@DavidCarlisle There's even something worse
Q: LaTeX: Text type

DotsI'm looking for the package that allows me to write the characters in my document the same way as in the photo below. \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{TeX Gyre Chorus}% Set main font \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%...

9:21 PM
@egreg Producing such a document should be considered a criminal assault
@samcarter I love the hyphens joint with the parentheses.
@Skillmon ... just wait: I'm sure at one point we will get the question how to draw this "fancy" symbol :)
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11:38 PM
@UlrikeFischer -- Depressing. Another change where they didn't consider their users. Another downhill slide.

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