See the docstring for the http plugin for information on configuring the plugin. Different styles for rendering the same source tree. An exception are commands that need to be given in the document preamble e. This is for instance used in the definitions of the standard list environments, where the macro which renders list icons is changed inside the body of the list. See topic title Example 1:
I have created a LaTeX document elsewhere - can I import it into Overleaf?
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You may have noticed that I put a shell script called ipeify. The stylesheets of your document also determine the symbolic choices you have in the Ipe user interface. Notice the trick with quasi and unquote in order to take into account additional action which might have been undertaken by the previous value of the macro inc-theorem. The following code from number-long-article. Note If you do not want documentation for each item inside the configuration file then you can use the optional -s option.
Fine-tuning the output If you want to fine-tune the way the output looks, doxygen allows you generate default style sheet, header, and footer files that you can edit afterwards: In a similar way, you may customize the rendering of list items by redefining the macros aligned-item and compact-item. To specify that this style information should only apply to H1 elements of a specific class, we modify it as follows:. If you need to surround a block tag with some inline text, then you need the surround primitive:. So imagine that you want all lemmas to appear in red. Not all properties can be inherited.
In the future, the drd-props primitive will give you even more control over which tags and arguments are inline and which ones are block. From the internal point of view, all macro definitions are stored in the environment of the TeXmacs typesetter. Created using Sphinx 1. Any local hints on how to render source code are automatically removed from the document when it is being used as a style file or package. Definitions must be descendants of the referencing node.