2 Sep 2004 05:30

Line overflow

Hi,
In some cases like citations, section titles, latex does not
"hyphenate"  at the end of the line. It leads to line overflow. Is there
some way by which I can force latex to wraparound a word (through
hyphenation) or simply move the (overflow) word to the next line while
adjusting (increasing) the inter-word distance of the current line so that
the right indentation is the same as other lines. The second one would be
better as
"hyphenating" some words looks ugly.

Thanks,
Arun

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2 Sep 2004 06:06

Re: Line overflow

On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 03:30:41hrs +0000, Arun Kejariwal wrote:

>      In some cases like citations, section titles, latex does not
> "hyphenate"  at the end of the line. It leads to line overflow. Is there
> some way by which I can force latex to wraparound a word (through
> hyphenation) or simply move the (overflow) word to the next line while

TeX looks at penalty values for determining whether to move a word at the
end of a line to the next line or not. Increasing the penalties might do
the work. Here is the TeX FAQ:
http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?question=245+250+299+315

With regards,
Manoj.

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2 Sep 2004 16:47

Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 21, Issue 1

>> Hi,      In some cases like citations, section titles, latex does not

>> "hyphenate"  at the end of the line. It leads to line overflow. Is
there
>> some way by which I can force latex to wraparound a word (through
>> hyphenation) or simply move the (overflow) word to the next line
while
>> adjusting (increasing) the inter-word distance of the current line
so that
>> the right indentation is the same as other lines. The second one
would be
>> better as "hyphenating" some words looks ugly.

Have you tried the \\ command inside section titles? Haven't tried it
myself...!?
In case you don't know, to allow a word to be hyphenated at a certain
point and encourage it, use the \- command at the point in the word you
want it to be hyphenated.
Also, check out \sloppy, which will allow more space between words in a
line and therefore move the offending word onto the next line... as
opposed to the default \fussy, which will keep the word on the same line
and cause an overflow error. You can use the
\begin{sloppypar}...\end{sloppypar} environment, for a section of
text...

Hopefully this helps,
Stefan

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3 Sep 2004 23:48

Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 21, Issue 2


>Re : Message: 2
>Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 13:07:26 +0200
>From: "Stefan Scriba" <Scribas@...>
>Subject: [Tugindia] Re: Viewing document structure (V. Sasi Kumar)
>To: <tugindia@...>
>Message-ID: <s12b3d94.065@...>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII
>
>Hi
>
>In my version of Kile the left hand panel running across the monitor
>contains a tag which contains the document structure... this version of
>Kile came standard with SUSE 9.1.
>
>Most of the time I use Winedt with MikTex in windows - here i push the
>gather button, which opens up a window at the bottom of the screen, with
>a list of all the sections/subsections. I can click on any to jump to
>that section.
>
You have all those features in Kile. The latest is 1.6.3

> It also contains other tags containing all the labels, a
>list of bibliography items, citations, references, and finally a list of
>all the environments in my document - very useful.
>
>Hopefully this helped!?
>
>
Yes this part can be worked on ...it appears easy... that is if you can


4 Sep 2004 17:38

Style file required


Hello!

I am preparing an article for the "Applicable Analysis" journal of Taylor and Francis company. As such
style file is not available at the T&F website. Only instructions are there.

I would be grateful if anybody who has one resembling the style followed by the Journal forwards it to me.

D. Venu Gopal

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7 Sep 2004 14:15

Bold and Italic in TeX

Dear All,

Can anybody let me know how to get bold and italic in TeX.

Ganesh

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7 Sep 2004 14:55

Re: Bold and Italic in TeX

Hi Ganesh,

You can use \textbf { }  for bold font and \textit { } for italics. I
am curious as to what you are using to edit the TeX. Using an editor
would save you lots of time (my opinion) as these things are taken
care by clicking at some toolbar items.

Karthik

On Tue, 7 Sep 2004 17:45:23 +0530, Ganesh Babu Nallamothu,
Integra-India <ganeshbabu.nallamothu@...> wrote:
> Dear All,
>
> Can anybody let me know how to get bold and italic in TeX.
>
>
> Ganesh
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7 Sep 2004 15:10

Re: Bold and Italic in TeX

On Tue, 7 Sep 2004 17:45:23 +0530, Ganesh Babu Nallamothu,
Integra-India <ganeshbabu.nallamothu@...> wrote:
>
> Can anybody let me know how to get bold and italic in TeX.
>
{\bfseries\itshape matter goes here.}

HTH,

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8 Sep 2004 11:21

Re: Bold and Italic in TeX


My Dear

and read it fully before venturing into the field. Then there will be no need for you to post messages for
these trivial things.

Or in the "tex" tree go to the "doc" folder and you will find so much documentation you will need atleast 6
months to read all of them.

"Not so short introduction to LaTeX", "Formatting Information" are a must read.

With best wishes

Venu Gopal

On Tue, 07 Sep 2004 Ganesh Babu Nallamothu,Integra-India wrote :
>Dear All,
>
>Can anybody let me know how to get bold and italic in TeX.
>
>
>Ganesh
>
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8 Sep 2004 15:57

oldstyle and 12points

Hi,

I have two doubts regarding typesetting the documentclass <article> in
LaTeX.  Would someone kindly help?

1) I need numbers in old style---the way <\oldstyle> gives in TeX. How
can this be done?

2) When I specify the option <12points> in the preamble, LaTeX gives a
warning: "Unused global options".  How to overcome this?

Thanks.

Regards,
Girish Kulkarni

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