[OS X TeX] Minipage Vertical Alignment

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sun Sep 12 17:53:19 EDT 2010

Am 12.09.2010 um 21:23 schrieb KHALID NADIRI:

> Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this?

Use tables! A package like longtable can easily stretch a few pages.
And it's one of a few offering this feature.

BTW, when you're using pdfTeX you might be able to use this code of
Heiko Oberdiek to – besides making the PDF  CreationDate and ModDate
that of the LaTeX source file – automatically set the date of the CV's
last update (\today is evaluated when pdfTeX is run, and you might run
it years after the last update to the file):

\makeatletter
\@ifundefined{pdffilemoddate}{%
\PackageError{sourcetime}{%
pdfTeX >= 1.30.0 required%
}%
\let\pdffilemoddate\@gobble
}{}%
\newcommand*{\SourceFile}[1]{%
\edef\@SourceFileDate{\pdffilemoddate{#1}}%
% empty in case of errors, but don't harm in next comparison
\ifnum\pdfstrcmp{\@SourceFileDate}{\@CurrentSourceFileDate}>0 %
\let\@CurrentSourceFileDate\@SourceFileDate
\expandafter\@ParseDate\@SourceFileDate\@nil
\hypersetup{%
pdfcreationdate={\@SourceFileDate},%
pdfmoddate={\@SourceFileDate}%
}%
\PackageInfo{sourcetime}{%
Using file #1'%
}%
\fi
}
\newcommand*{\@CurrentSourceFileDate}{}
\expandafter\def\expandafter\@ParseDate
\detokenize{D:}#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8{%
\year=#1#2#3#4\relax
\month=#5#6\relax
\day=#7#8\relax
\@ParseTime
}
\def\@ParseTime #1#2#3#4#5\@nil{%
\time=\numexpr #1#2 * 60 + #3#4\relax
}
\makeatother
\SourceFile{\jobname.tex}

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Pete

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