Do you want to learn everything about BibLaTeX? You can find the complete guide here and in the relative CTAN documentation. This post is only to help you in a hurry, or just to remind the right place of things. First of all, BibLaTeX is based on two files: mainFile.tex Continue reading A briefly guide to use BibLaTeX
Hello everyone! In this article I’m going to explain my personal opinion about “Why to use ?”. One of my Professors at university said: “Time is essential in order to program and write good code.” This is maybe a discouraging way to teach, but it’s the truth. It’s also true Continue reading Why LaTeX?
Today, uploading a document in LaTeX to Overleaf, I got the following error while waiting for the remote preview: OMG! What’s happening? I never received that error from my classicthesis-preample.sty script. Googling I found the answer: bflabel is not being used in the newest implementation of acronym.sty, because aclabelfont had Continue reading bflabel undefined: LaTeX error
A friend of mine asked me to solve the following issue in : in his master thesis he made use of the command markboth to insert the string “Elenco delle figure” (“List of figures”) on the upper corner of the heading of table the of contents. This modify works however, at Continue reading markboth: How to use to insert a nouppercase heading in LaTeX
In the last weeks I have been working on the project RiverNe3 commenting as much as possible because I was introducing many new programming concepts for me like Design Patterns and Java Concurrency. Well, I chose Doxygen instead of Javadoc because it seems more complete and seems having more features…but Continue reading Doxygen: documentation on GitHub using gh-pages
This is a very very very short post. It is really a simple trick that I regularly forget every time I’m writing in LaTeX: how to insert a pdf file. Well, first of all you have to use the right package: pdfpages. Then, to include the pdf file, you have Continue reading Inserting a pdf file in LaTeX