## Latex – Shift with minitoc

Another post about Latex, but you’re in the middle of your thesis redaction, and you finally found a solution to something that’s been bothering you for quite a time, it’s a good idea to keep it somewhere. Here, all begun with a problem with the TOC (Table of Contents). Some items in the TOC where… Read More »

## Latex – Encodage latin1 with Babel

When you use the option french from babel package : \usepackage[french]{babel} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} And if you find out you have a problem with accentuated letters, you should verify what is your file’s encodage. If your using UTF8, it won’t work with \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} If it’s ISO-8859-1, it’s latin1, so it’s working, obviously. But if you say that… Read More »

## Latex – Mendeley – Problems with notes

When you’re merging duplicates, there is often notes about duplication. This notes appears in the BibTex files, which could pose problems when you compile. So you should remove them, but they tend to come back. The solution I found is to replace them by a blanck space, wich will be removed by Mendeley, and, no… Read More »

## Latex – Mendeley : problem with Ø

I handle my bibliography with Mendeley. Mendeley keeps references and informations in a BibTex file. Some of the northen authors have an ø in their name. Mendeley encodes it with \o and a white space. When I compile my document, in my bibliography, I find this wihite space after the ø in the name of… Read More »

## Latex – Figures: label after caption

Very important not to mess things up, when you’re describing your figures in Latex. If you wrote: \begin{figure} \caption{Figure} \label{fig:figure1} \end{figure} No problem, it’s working well, and linked well also. But if you wrote: \begin{figure} \label{fig:figure1} \caption{Figure} \end{figure} It seems to be working, but the link is not goot. And could be a reference to… Read More »