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12:20 AM
@PauloCereda So am I. So who won the FA cup?

12:41 AM
@PauloCereda Hi, Paulo. I will send you an email shortly.

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3:34 AM
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I'm using TeXStudio 2.2 (A fork of TeXMaker, formerly known as TeXMakerX) and I'm trying to make a Quickbuild option that adds in Bibtex. I've written the command line as pdflatex -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex|bibtex %.aux|pdflatex -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex|pdflatex -interaction=nonstopmo...

The first question I asked has now hit 1000 views
Which is odd as it was really specific
Anyway, thank yo uall

4:02 AM

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5:44 AM
@lockstep And we can make it easily another -1: this is dupe:
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Is there a plug-in for a PDF reader (or stand-alone GUI) that would allow me to add LaTeX annotations to an existing PDF? I would like to annotate PDFs of scientific papers written by other authors. Often, the notes that I would like to make include maths, so being able to include LaTeX snippet...

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8:15 AM
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Is there any public bank of clipart images in Tikz / PSTrics, much like those found in tools like Visio?

TeXample?

Should be closed as a duplicate:
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I am not sure what they are called, but there is a bar of buttons in the Madrid theme, just above the page numbering, that looks like this: I would really like to not have the white buttons appear (but leave the page numbering intact). Does anyone know how I can do this? Thanks!

Still a few to chase down, @lockstep :-)

Missing information -- too localized:
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I am trying to process the following into Avery 5160 mailing labels, using the \skipblank code that someone else posted on this site to suppress blank lines: \documentclass[10pt]{letter} \usepackage[avery5160label,noprintbarcodes]{envlab} \usepackage{datatool} \usepackage{makerobust} \...

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I've been using Movie 15 to create narrated PDF files. Works well in Adobe Acrobat and may soon work on the iPad, too (pdf readers there are promising to handle embedded sound). But Movie 15 is now "deprecated". The replacement, Media9 seems to depend on a Flash engine (built into desktop Adobe ...

I guess Alexander Grahn would be best placed to answer this!

What to do about a feature request for TeXnicCenter?
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Suppose in TeXnicCenter I use keyboard shortcut to get some environment like this (or any other):  After finishing with equation cursor stays inside and one need to type a few additional keyboard buttons (usually arrows) to move outside and continue writing. Thi...

Missing MWE -- too localized:
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I am using the scrartcl document class to produce a poster for a conference presentation. The number of columns set at the beginning of the document is four, but I would like to use four just for the upper part of the poster and then modify the number of the columns, for example two or three, fo...

Questioner doesn't have the time to provide minimal examples:
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I have several solid/filled colored objects drawn and when they overlap I would like there colors to blend. Basically I have things that represent stuff like a warning = yellow, error = red, safe = green, etc... When these objects overlap I want there colors to represent the combined effect. Wh...

Too localized, based on the OP's last comment:
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I install MacTeX basic package and then install context by tlmgr. How do I install third-party modules?

8:34 AM

@JosephWright We did it both. :-)
Too localized:
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While compiling the following program \documentclass{minimal} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{pgfplots} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \begin{axis}[domain=-3:3, view={0}{90}] \addplot3[blue, quiver={u={1}, v={(x-y)}, scale arrows=0.15}, -stealth,samples=20] {0}; \end{axis} \end{tikzpicture}...

This is an intersting question that deserves more upvotes (and no, there's no easy way to do this with microtype):
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I'm interested in saving space by scaling all characters in a passage of text to, say 95% of their normal horizontal character widths. In Microsoft Word this is done with the Scale field under the Character Spacing tab in the Font formatting dialogue (see the figure). Is it possible to accomp...

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I'm trying to build a tex file with TeXstudio 2.3 (and MikTeX 2.9 installed separately), which builds with no problem using LEd. When I run pdflatex with TeXstudio, I get the error message (and thus the .pdf is not generated): Process started: "C:/Program Files/MiKTeX 2.9/miktex/bin/pdflatex.exe...

Bug somewhere?

Missing information -- too localized:
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I need to make a presentation and am using beamer. I need to change this style. I want to replace this way: Standard style (wide or German, I need only one style) looks this way: And what I need is to add two fields in the upper part of the slide and in the lower part of the slide, but it can...

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I am struggling setting up AUCTeX preview in a way that I can use it with XeLaTeX documents. When I try to generate the previews I get the following error cannot-use-pdftex generated by the fontspec package. So I guess I have to force the use of XeLaTeX even when generating previews, but I d...

1

I'm trying to do my CV with moderncv but Texmaker show me an error !LaTeX Error:File 'moderncv.cls' not found. But the moderncv macro is installed in TeX Live 2011.

@lockstep Won't work, as preview requires a .dvi file, and there is no viewer at all for XeTeX's .xdv version :-(

@JosephWright Then what to do? Close?

8:46 AM
@lockstep I'll write something

Too localized:
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I used tikz externalize successfully for a time now. But since my pc crashed once the externalized pictures are instantly deleted. Reading the manual I found out, that they are "optimized away" because of the jobname differing of the documents (?) jobname. I did not change anything here. How can ...

We're down at 250 unanswered questions.

@JosephWright Upvoted and Revival.

I think Altermundus answer on this question:
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Not exactly an answer but two examples of code to get a crosshatched rectangle without pattern. This code was necessary with the first version of pgf/tikz. It is possible to get a better code with clip . The second one use fp. \documentclass[11pt]{scrartcl} \usepackage{tikz,ifthen,fp,calc} \m...

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I can't find much information about creating tikz fill patterns or even using the custom built in patterns. Look to do all the common fills like lines, hatches, dots, stars, etc... I need to be able to control the scale too. (the patterns I did end up finding were way to large) Google doesn't se...

should we make it a dup?
otherwise it's pretty hard to answer the question

8:58 AM
@lockstep We've been asked a few times to let 'newer' users answer first before going for low-hanging fruit. So I don't tend to get a lot of votes on any particular day.
@percusse Ask @Altermundus to write something?

@JosephWright Indeed! Will do right away.

@percusse The two questions are at least close.

@lockstep Probably Altermundus would make up an answer with his usual great colorings :)

I had the idea of creating a flowchart of the TeX internals with TikZ. I imagine it as a piece of text which is shown in different states of the TeX internals: some is still unread in the opened file, some is in the input buffer, some is just tokenized, ..., typesetting, output routine and finally the output file. I would have to study The TeXBook again first.

Freeze the voting scheme. I have 11111 rep points!
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9:10 AM
@percusse Make a screen shot!

@PauloCereda: So, I posted my search bar plugins on comp.text.tex to make them more public:

Let's see if my answer makes the OP switch from natbib to biblatex:
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I need to define distinct aliases in textual and parenthetical citations for the same reference. For example, I would like \citetalias{Miller2012} to result in "Miller et al. [2012, Paper 1]", while \citepalias{Miller2012} should give "[Miller et al., 2012, Paper 1]". Is there some way to achiev...

@percusse Had this few days ago as well :))
But I was disappointed when I saw that after 11111 there was not 100000 but 11112

@PatrickGundlach I can't think myself making another 11111 to reach 22222 so i'll leave this at the top.

@egreg I received the following screen-shot from a time traveler. He stated it was the reason of a total site crash ;-)
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9:23 AM
@percusse imagine you've got 22226 then you'd have to downvote random answers/questions to get 22222

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I installed PGF but are unable to compile the following document: \documentclass[10pt]{article} \usepackage{pgf,tikz} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \draw (0,0) --(1,2); \end{tikzpicture} \end{document} This is the console output: initexmf.exe: Windows API error 5: Access is denied. in...

@MartinScharrer It's kind of ironic to put less info next to @egreg 's nick. maybe SE should add please next to it :)
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@percusse lol

@PatrickGundlach Is there a place where we can donate these points?
or convert them to beer?

9:26 AM
@percusse Yes, it's called bounty ;-))
Offered bounty of 4 points by @percusse :)

@PatrickGundlach Well, minimum is 50rep

@PatrickGundlach Hahahaha, indeed that would be horrible and would require 4 downvotes at least.

Reason: "This user needs a plindromic reputation" instead of "This question has not received enough attention"
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@WillRobertson Any chance you could take a look at tex.stackexchange.com/questions/29079/…

@JosephWright It could be "too localized" but actually it is a valid question which could repeat itself.

9:30 AM
@PatrickGundlach I would love that !

@MartinScharrer That was my thinking too, hence suggesting you might answer :-)
Another one for Alexander Grahn: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/28345/… Perhaps I should e-mail him.

@MartinScharrer We'll see in a few months. :)

@JosephWright I posted an answer with the info I found online: tex.stackexchange.com/a/54608/2975

@MartinScharrer Upvoted

@JosephWright down to 242 then

9:37 AM
@MartinScharrer Nope, 240

@JosephWright Ah, new up-votes or buffer issue?

Is there a time-limit for self-answering? The OP seems to have answered this in his question.
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Consider the following example \begin{tikzpicture} \draw[<->] (0,0) -- (1,1) node[right,midway]{\small$\alpha$}; % \draw[<->] (1,0) to [bend right] (2,1) node[right,midway] {\small$\alpha$}; \end{tikzpicture} With Tikz 2.1 the output looks like this The second alpha is placed...

@TorbjørnT Yes, there is.

@MartinScharrer Thought so. Is it 24 hours or something?

@TorbjørnT I don't know by heard.

9:48 AM
@TorbjørnT I think it's 8 hours, and two days for accepting one's own answer.

@lockstep Ok.

@MartinScharrer: I was sure that the same question exists ;-)

@MarcoDaniel Yes, I should have thought that there is one.

10:23 AM
@TorbjørnT Addendum: The 8-hour minimum only applies for users with <100 rep:
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Regarding your original suggestion: it's a good idea and I was inclined to implement it (I think we've thought of this before, but I can't remember when), but there is one major downside: It would prevent new users from posting legitimate self-answers when they solve their own problems. Yes, th...

@lockstep Thanks!

Based on diabonas' last comment, this one is too localized:
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I need to make a presentation and am using beamer. I need to change this style. I want to replace this way: Standard style (wide or German, I need only one style) looks this way: And what I need is to add two fields in the upper part of the slide and in the lower part of the slide, but it can...

11:13 AM
@lockstep Why? It is a reusable question. A MWE which can be expanded on would be useful, however.

@MartinScharrer If there was a MWE (without the need for additional information), I'd not suggest to close it. But if you think you can salvage the question by editing it, go ahead!

11:30 AM
@JosephWright: Do you have a committing challenge ;-) -- I think I will test the new fp in the next weeks.

@MarcoDaniel I'm hoping to do the swap to the new code either later today or tomorrow. This won't go to CTAN until after the TL freeze

@JosephWright I am using the svn-files ;-)

@MarcoDaniel I guessed that :-)

@JosephWright When is the TL freeze?

11:38 AM
@JosephWright Thanks, I also found it under tug.org/texlive. Should have looked first ;-)
10may: tlnet (and TL'11) frozen, tlpretest starts, CTAN updates continue there.
24may: CTAN updates only on request.
31may: complete freeze for final build, no more updates, final doc tweaks, always more testing.
Ok, this gives me enough time to release my planned updates.
@JosephWright Why actually do they freeze the packages or the support of them? The CTAN packages should be independent from the TeX Live binaries and the installer.

@MartinScharrer Binaries first, then updates are frozen
This is a continuing source of confusion, as MiKTeX works very differently

@JosephWright Yes, but why are they not allowing an old TL installation to use the new CTAN packages?

@MartinScharrer No, that's what I mean about confusion. With MiKTeX, there is overlap, but with TL once it's frozen (June) that's it for ever

@JosephWright Yes, but why are they doing it like this?
Any idea?

@MartinScharrer Partly because the archives have changed in format over the years, but I think partly it's deliberate: they want a complete freeze

11:47 AM
@JosephWright Ok, sounds right. I also was thinking about these both.

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1:17 PM
Long mass, but I'm back. :)

@PauloCereda We've done a good work, I believe: we're down at 237 and only 221 without answer

@egreg Awesome! :) At least I can help by voting. :)
@egreg: I won a lovely image of Francesco d'Assisi. :)

1:38 PM
@PauloCereda Did you answer correctly to "where was Francesco d'Assisi born?" :)

@egreg I got it right in the second guess. :P
@egreg: I took a picture. :)

2:22 PM
@egreg: 275 rep today already?! Wow! :)

user19161
@PauloCereda That means 5 accepts!

@JasperLoy Ah. :)

@PauloCereda I've tidied up some of the old questions, adding answers from my comments. So two accepts are from those.

user19161
@percusse Wait till you get to 22222!

2:37 PM
@egreg :P
@egreg: can I ask you something? :)

@PauloCereda Of course!

@egreg Out of curiosity, is there any plan to include an option in imakeidx to use an arbitrary counter instead of the current page? :) I'm using a patch you suggested: \patchcmd{\@wrindex}{\thepage}{\thecounter}{}{} :)

2:58 PM
@PauloCereda Actually there's some problem in this approach, as it's not guaranteed that the correct page number is written. It can be off by one.

@egreg Oh I had no idea of that. :(

@PauloCereda In your case it probably works well because songs aren't broken across pages.

@egreg Ah I see. :)

@JosephWright: About the spam post today: I think unregistered spam accounts should be deleted together with the post.

It was not me, I swear!

3:05 PM
@JosephWright: You should also power-flag it as Spam, not delete it manually. By flagging it as spam as a moderator it is automatically deleted, locked and down-voted by Community.

@MartinScharrer Power-flag? Wow! :D

@MartinScharrer Is that so? I'd assumed that flags always work the same way

@JosephWright It's the same with close flags: It takes several user votes to trigger an action, but only one moderator vote.

@MartinScharrer I see: I'd imagined flags worked differently from votes

@JosephWright Flagging it a spam might be seen as a form of voting

3:09 PM
@egreg Another question answered -- maybe you want to suggest improvements for this one:
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What are the various indexing packages and what are their pros and cons? When should one choose one over the other. There is some discussion of this in What are the latest/best practices for index generation?, but would prefer to have more details about each package.

@lockstep It's possible that the incompatibility with memoir is lifted. But it seems to me a great answer.

@egreg You mean, it is likely to be lifted in the future? The current version of the imakeidx manual is abundantly clear about memoir being incompatible.

@lockstep Yes, the update seems to be ready. :)

@egreg I can always edit my answer. :-)

3:27 PM
@JosephWright, @egreg: The TeX distri you are using under Mac is TeX Live based isn't it?

@MartinScharrer Yup, it is TL :-)
MacTeX is TL + extras, but the base is TL

moderators what are you supposed to do if you have an answer flagged, just wait to see what the moderators do, or am I supposed to do something? tex.stackexchange.com/questions/54340/…

@JosephWright Ok, I thought that. Did you ever tried to use the convert feature of standalone with it?
@DavidCarlisle The post isn't flagged.

@MartinScharrer As Joseph says: it's just a TeX Live with some small enhancement for switching between versions.

@MartinScharrer Not at the moment

3:30 PM
@MartinScharrer All the time. MacTeX also installs ImageMagick.

MacTeX is cool. :P

@egreg Ok, so there are no problems with it. I had to fix some Windows related issues recently.

There's even an entry in the control panel, if I'm not mistaken. :)

@egreg Well, by default it does, but that's not certain :-)

@PauloCereda No. There's only a spurious message by ImageMagick about "delegates", but it's harmless.

3:32 PM
@egreg Oops. :)

@MartinScharrer something odd, with the styling I looked and the flag bit was highlighted then I came back and it was gone:-)

@JosephWright Users that choose not to install ImageMagick do it at their own risk.

@egreg Well, I guess I'd prefer to see the same set up on Linux, Mac and Windows from TL

@JosephWright ImageMagick is not part of TL, of course.

@egreg Could you tell me what \pdftexbanner expands to with TL under Mac?

3:34 PM
Most Windows versions of Linux/Mac tools are usually way bigger than the originals, so it might be a burden to include them. :(

@MartinScharrer This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.3-1.40.12 (TeX Live 2011) kpathsea version 6.0.1.

@MartinScharrer This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.3-1.40.12 (TeX Live 2011) kpathsea version 6.0.1.

This is pdfTeX... oh wait.
:)

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By using the class achemso Supporting information to prepare the there to carry out a cross-reference (\ref{table:S1}} for this aquivo external "supporting.tex", example: Text ... see (Fig. S2) or (Table: 2), this is Suporting in a separate file.

Anyone understand this?

And this is LuaTeX:
This is LuaTeX, Version beta-0.70.1-2011062107 (rev 4277) (TeX Live 2011) kpathsea version 6.0.1.

3:37 PM
@JosephWright He's from Brazil, let me check. :)

@egreg, @JosephWright: Linux TL: This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.3-1.40.12 (TeX Live 2011) kpathsea version 6.0.1

@PauloCereda You may ask him to write the question also in Portuguese and then translate it.

Windows TL: This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.3-1.40.12 (Web2C 2011) kpathsea version 6.0.1
For some reason it uses Web2C 2011 instead of TeX Live 2011.

@egreg Good idea!

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4:54 PM
@egreg: ready for being champion today? :)

5:28 PM
@DavidCarlisle: Will you upload a package e.g. "xlongtable" with some bug-fixes?

@PauloCereda: So currfile v0.6 with support for absolute file names was just uploaded to CTAN.

@MartinScharrer Yay! :)

Thanks goes to @egreg and @JosephWright for providing me with required MacTeX information.

5:47 PM
@PauloCereda:
Word cloud of TeX.SE (at least from the current RSS feed)

@MartinScharrer Cool! :D
@egreg Yes. :) I'm ready for the big game! :)

@PauloCereda I miss a very big "MWE"! ;-)

@MartinScharrer Indeed! :)
Is that a program?

@PauloCereda Website

5:58 PM
@MartinScharrer There's not "egreg", but "KANT" is quite prominent. :)

The standalone class has a tight bounding box. Anyone knows how that is done?

@FaheemMitha Well, yes I do. I programmed it ;-)

@MartinScharrer :-)

It's either done using the preview package, which does it's own output routine magic.
Or, by default since v1.0, with the crop option. It measures the size by boxing the content and then sets the page dimension to this.
All page margins are disabled.

@MartinScharrer Cool. :-)
@MartinScharrer So, it used to be done with preview, but now no longer?

6:07 PM
@FaheemMitha You can still enable it using the preview option, which used to be the default before v1.0.
@FaheemMitha You can see the related source code here:

@MartinScharrer The last time I used the standalone class I did not find an option for some border white space

@StefanKottwitz It's border
an now as alias, as requested, also margin.

Ok, I guess I just did not found it. I frequently use preview or standalone for examples on texample.net

It's explained on page 6 of the manual (v1.0b)

@MartinScharrer The tight bounding box is by default, at least when I tried it. So I'm unclear how the crop and preview option fit into this. What are these set to by default?

6:11 PM
@MartinScharrer very good

@FaheemMitha Ok, you only mean to add some margin then?
Just add border=1pt as class option etc.
See the manual page 6 bottom.
I thought you like to know how this is implemented.

Ok, looking at the manual now. texdoc standalone, unless there is some other manual.
@MartinScharrer I did.

@FaheemMitha Ok, by default crop is set since v1.0, before the default was preview. If you don't want it tight, then use crop=false.

I see, both crop and preview cannot be specified at the same time. Not clear which one is disabled if both are specified, though. And I assume that they both do the same thing different ways.

Then you get a full normal page.

6:15 PM
@MartinScharrer Ok, so crop=true, and preview=false by default.

@FaheemMitha The last one will disable the other one.

@MartinScharrer Ok, not clear from the manual.

@FaheemMitha Yes, crop=true or crop for short, will set preview=false.

Also, crop default not mentioned in crop option section.
If enabled this option crops the content to its natural size plus a specified border.
This is done by saving the content in a box register and resizing the page size
relative to the box dimensions. This option is mutual exclusive with the similar
preview option and will therefore disable it. Also float=false will be set by
crop=true in order to avoid issues with floating environments.

"This option is mutual exclusive with the similar
preview option and will therefore disable it."

6:16 PM
@MartinScharrer Right, but doesn't state the order. BTW, I think "mutually exclusive" is more standard.
You're saying the last one given will disable the other? Not important, just curious.
so crop=true, preview=true => preview=true?

@FaheemMitha Yes, they are processed from left to right and the last one wins.
crop=true, preview=true => preview=true, crop=false

@MartinScharrer Ok. I'd definitely mention the crop default
in that crop option para, that is. maybe it is there somewhere else.

@FaheemMitha It's mentioned in the section 1.4 Version update and backwards compatibility, but you are right I should mention it again in the options subsection.

@MartinScharrer Ok.
You might also want to mention the processing from left to right and that the rightmost one wins, though it is not that important, since usually people will only specify one, I guess.

@FaheemMitha I updated the manual now:

6:28 PM
@MartinScharrer Wow, that was fast. No wonder you get so much done.

6:39 PM
Nice to see someone else using hg. These days it is git uber alles.

I've bought a Logitech wireless keyboard. It came with batteries but also with the on/off switch turned on. So practically no batteries. What kind evil plot is this?

So crop is defaulted instead of preview because it is more robust?

@FaheemMitha I prefer Mercurial 'in use', although I prefer the Markdown on GitHub to the way you have to do mark up on BitBucket

@JosephWright So you use both hg and git?

@FaheemMitha Yes. Mercurial for my own code, Git for beamer, biblatex, some stuff for UK-TUG and the LaTeX3 SVN mirror (the last one is a bit odd, of course)

6:43 PM
@JosephWright I see. So latex 3 are still using svn? :-(

@FaheemMitha Yes. I've not pursued trying to move the master repo, as I suspect some of the team would not like it.

@JosephWright Ok, I see.
@percusse Could be an accident. Usually (often?) they have a bit of plastic inserted so the battery can't make a connection.

@JosephWright BibBucket mark up is really stupid
You have to use {{{ }}} for code, even for small things.

@MartinScharrer I think it's from one of the wiki approaches. Hopefully it will get made optional or something

@JosephWright I really hope so!

6:47 PM
@MartinScharrer Yes. As I say, I do prefer Mercurial to Git over all. I find quite a lot of things easier.

@FaheemMitha Probably it is so but not good to have it on Sunday :)

@JosephWright @FaheemMitha: Any idea how I can set the language highlighting in the source viewer of bitbucket?

@MartinScharrer No idea, sorry.

@MartinScharrer It's in Admin, I think, or at least the setting that says 'Language' is

6:53 PM
@egreg: Goal!!! :D

@JosephWright Yes, I set there the language, but it doesn't work for all files.
Apparently it is file extension specific. It works for .cls and .tex files, but not for .dtx and .ins.

@MartinScharrer You could file a bug/issue.
@percusse Because you can't buy batteries?

@FaheemMitha Yep, but hacked an old adapter so it goes with cable power again :)
This helps to accept the fact there is work tomorrow

@egreg: Goal! (Inter)

7:16 PM
@MarcoDaniel no, I think that's just a bug so I plan to fix it in the main package (perhaps with a compatibility option to re-instate the old version) but I'm not sure if that is quite the right fix at present. So lookout for a longtable update, sometime in the next 20 years at current rate of progress on my package updates.
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7:31 PM
@egreg: Goal. :(
I've discovered that memoir has a built-in index feature. Does it support 16+ indices? :)

@PauloCereda: CTAN uploads: easyfig (bug fix) which made me update ctanupload because the DANTE upload form changed a little.
Busy weekend.

@MartinScharrer Robin will have a tough week to update the catalogue. :P
@egreg: 45 minutes to the scudetto! :D
@DavidCarlisle It's not a bug, it's a random feature. :)

7:51 PM
@PauloCereda oh yes sorry terminological error

@DavidCarlisle :)
@egreg: Goal. :(
@egreg: Penalty for Inter! :)
@egreg: Goal! :D

8:07 PM
@DavidCarlisle :-)

8:24 PM
@egreg: Goal!
@egreg: Penalty for Inter! :)
@egreg: Goal! :D
@egreg: Goal! :D

@PauloCereda So what's the score?

@JosephWright Inter 4:2 Milan, Cagliari 0:2 Juventus. :)

@PauloCereda Ah, two matches :-)

8:39 PM
@JosephWright Hold on I'll explain in a minute. :P
@egreg: Champion!
Juventus, campioni d'Italia!
@JosephWright: Those two games were important for Juventus win the championship, so I was watching both. :)

Applying Patch 15 of 23 .....
I should really boot Windows once a week or at least month and install all updates and software patches.

@MartinScharrer Ouch. :) If you are running on a VM, it usually takes way longer. :)

@PauloCereda No, I booted my "real" Windows 7 now.

@PauloCereda Freddy Mercury's singing. :)

@egreg Woohoo!! :)
I think I should record another version for Juve's hymn. :P
@egreg: 7k tifosi invaded the field. :P

9:04 PM
@PauloCereda Good job! Some heartbeats when Milan scored the 2:1. But this year Juve was better. :)
@PauloCereda And 335 rep, today. :)

@egreg Last goal from Maicon was a painting. :)

9:33 PM
Does anybody know if the built-in index feature of memoir support 16+ indices?

@PauloCereda I'm not sure: it uses TeX for writing the index files for MakeIndex from the .aux file, so the limit of 16 should be there. With imakeidx (not still with memoir) one can use the splitindex option which relies on an external program (by Markus Kohm), which doesn't suffer from this limitation.

@egreg Ah thanks. :) I was tempted to migrate my stuff to memoir, but this might be a problem. :)