1 Jun 2002 09:27

### RE: Moving MiKTeX Directory_spacing

But as discussed earlier, spaces in directories are a general nuissance and should be avoided.
As a educated guess I would think MS put them into to cause incompatibilites.

Especially because they are implemented in 4 different ways throughout 95,98,NT and XP, which may be the

Lasse

> With MikTeX 2.1 and NT4.0 SP6 and later I have always installed MikTeX in
>   C:\Program Files\MikTeX
> and
>   C:\Program Files\MikTeXLocal
> and have had no problems with the space in the directory name: MikTeX 2.1
> handles it.

> John

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1 Jun 2002 09:19

### Re: bibliography

Hi,

have you looked at bibunits?

Since the \bibitems are collected for units of the text,
it should be possible to achieve what you want.

I am not sure, if it is possible to put them all in one place.

Would be interesting to hear your solution!

Lasse

> Hi all,

> I have observed that in this list it is allowed to ask questions
> concerning LaTeX
> which are not related specifically to MikTeX. Therefore I venture to ask
> the
> following:

> I have a rather voluminous manuscript (documentstyle article) which may
> (or
> may not) be expanded into a book. The bibliography is rather large and I
> would like to structure it by dividing it into several sections each
> devoted to a
> particular problem. Is this possible? In other words: Is it possible to
> have in
> one single manuscript several bibliographies. Or, which amounts to the
> same,


1 Jun 2002 17:57

I am trying to run the setup wizard to download miktex
(I have Windows XP). However, when it gets to the list
the repository list". Any ideas what it means and how
to overcome it?

Thanks!

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1 Jun 2002 20:51

### equation number

Hello all,

I would like to number equations in a different manner it appears, not only with numbers. For example, I want one equation labeled with (Isom 1) instead of its number. How can I do this?

1 Jun 2002 22:27

### Re: bibliography

Dear Lasse, thanks for your quick reply and the tip with bibunits. I shall try to
find them and to use them for what I intend to have. I will inform you about the
outcome. Regards: Peter

---- Text received from Lasse Greiner on 1 Jun 2002, at 9:19 ----

> Hi,
>
> have you looked at bibunits?
>
> Since the \bibitems are collected for units of the text,
> it should be possible to achieve what you want.
>
> I am not sure, if it is possible to put them all in one place.
>
> Would be interesting to hear your solution!
>
> Lasse

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2 Jun 2002 07:24

### Re: equation number

Manolo,

amsmath provides this functionality.

------------------

\begin{align}
a^2+b^2 &= c^2  \tag{\text{Isom~1}}\label{equ:isom1}\\
E &= mc^2		\tag*{\star}\label{equ:star}\\
\end{align}

References would then become \eqref{equ;isom1} or \ref{equ:star}.

------------------

This can also be used to repeat the equation with the same number used before putting the \ref{whatever}
into the \tag{\ref{whatever}}. Do not use them in equation or eqnarray enviroments, since they may behave strange.

You are welcome,

Lasse

> I would like to number equations in a different manner it appears, not
> only with numbers. For example, I want one equation labeled with (Isom 1)
> instead of its number. How can I do this?

--------------
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2 Jun 2002 12:20

### floating figure

Hi!

I'm loking for package to floating figures

Don't recommend Floatflt

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3 Jun 2002 12:54

### PdfTex and Fonts

Hi

I would like to produce a pdf document where I am able to edit the text in
the PDF document after the creation of it.

I have no problems creating the PDF file, but I can't get MiKTeX/PdfTex to
use a font that enables me to edit the resulting document with Adobe
Acrobat.

I think the problem is that Adobe Acrobat doesn't recognize the font in
the final pdf-document. I've tried changing the font in my tex-file but
I'm not sure I'm doing it right. The font in the PDF-file keeps on being
CMRXX (XX being numbers).

I'm using the following (at least I think that's all I'm using) that could
have an influence on the font.

\usepackage[OT1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[ansinew]{inputenc}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\usepackage{color}
\usepackage{eurosym}
\DeclareInputText{128}{\euro}

\usefont{OT1}{pagd}{m}{n}

And the a lot more. Let me know if this isn't enough info.

René von Staffeldt Beck


3 Jun 2002 13:15

### Re: Customized page numbers

Hi Dimitri,

You can use the fancyhdr package to change you footer and headers.

Best Regards,

Marcelo Pereira

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--- Dimitri Pissarenko, with his fast fingers, wrote:

:> Hello!
:>
:> I want LaTeX to write on every page at the bottom the following text:
:>
:> <BEGINNING>
:>
:> Confidential
:>
:> Page#
:>
:> <END>
:>
:> How can I change the page numbering, so that above the page numbers
:> the word "Confidential" appears?
:>
:> Thanks
:>
:> Dimitri PISSARENKO
:>


3 Jun 2002 17:31

### Re: pdfTeX 1.00c & MiKTeX 2.1

Take a look at the thread I started on comp.text.tex, I THINK the

The thread subject is Updating pdftex in Miktex 2.1

On 31 May 2002 at 8:40, Richard Sperling wrote:

> Does the pretest version 1.00c of pdfTeX from the latest MiKTeX 2.2
> beta package work with MiKTeX 2.1? Speaking of the beta version, what
> is the proper procedure for installing the 2.2 beta of MiKTeX while at
> the same time keeping the current version 2.1 working? Thanks.
>
> Richard
>
>

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