[OS X TeX] Inserting a few words in "non-latin-character" languages
schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Sun Oct 3 18:21:20 EDT 2010
On Oct 3, 2010, at 5:52 PM, Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 03.10.2010 um 23:40 schrieb Alain Schremmer:
>> Things are getting more and more surprising: Now even LaTeX seems
>> to be confused since the titles are not boldfaced anymore---
>> nothing is anymore---, \emp does not italicize and the word
>> Chapter at the beginning of the chapters ... is in Cyrillc!!!!!!
> Try my first proposal! (And if it continues not to work: try
> XeLaTeX! After saving a copy of this file in UTF-8 encoding and
> removing babel and adding the fontspec package.
Not on your life, let alone mine. So, what I did was, as I said
earlier, to copy the chapter section by section into a fresh file and
I have, for about three minutes of my life, the equivalent of what a
$1000 or so apple would have given me. (It takes me a lot more than 3
minutes to earn $1000).
Still, I would have liked to understand what happened. Oh well!
> BTW, it's always a *HUGE* idea to experiment with copies. That's
> the reason why some magnum opi really do exist in a material form –
> not only in spoken about form.)
Here I completely agree with you: I was a total idiot to experiment
on my working file. As you said, and as Grothendieck told Weil, "[I
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