~thosgood


#49 Disappearing \tag in display maths a month ago

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~thosgood

Sorry I forgot to follow up on this. In your example macro, part of hte problem is that \startverb\tag{\x}\stopverb is just going to produce the string \tag{\x} (i.e. where \x is not interpreted at all). The proper thing would be \startverb\tag\stopverb{\x}. But there is another issue with the math renering that is causing this to come out as ( x ) instead of (x). I'm working on it now.

#50 Custom numbering for ordered lists 3 months ago

Comment by ~thosgood on ~jonsterling/forester

This works perfectly, thank you so much!

#50 Custom numbering for ordered lists 3 months ago

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~thosgood We don't yet have description lists, but I think that description lists aren't the solution to this problem. Having a glance at the documentation (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/dl) and it looks like this is not an appropriate structure.

Let me spend a little time experimenting to see if I can come up with a reasonable approach.

#50 Custom numbering for ordered lists 3 months ago

Comment by ~thosgood on ~jonsterling/forester

Just changing the automatic numbering can be done by setting list-style-type (e.g. to lower-alpha) in the CSS. As for manual numbering, I think that the best way to do this might be via a description list, if that sounds "semantically sensible"? It would need some CSS tweaking to make it look like an ordered list.

Does Forester already support description lists?

#48 Subtrees inherent a parent only if they have a title 3 months ago

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~thosgood, thanks very much for these concrete proposals! Something like what you describe might be better than what we are doing right now. I have to think about it a little bit, because I also need to have a good answer for what the "auto-titled" links should be (e.g. those you write as [[xxx-NNNN]]).

#48 Subtrees inherent a parent only if they have a title 3 months ago

Comment by ~thosgood on ~jonsterling/forester

Ah, I see. Here's my first suggestion for how the title could render, though I'm not sure it's definitely good. At the moment, if I'm not mistaken, the rendering is of the form

[self.taxon] [self.number]
... > [parent.parent.title] > [parent.title] > [self.title]

I think what could make sense, for both untitled and titled trees (with parents), is to have

... > [parent.parent.title] > [parent.title]
[self.taxon] [self.number]
[self.title]

This way, both of the links that I posted (I.5.5 and I.5.6) would have "SGA 1: Étale covers and the fundamental group › Étale morphisms › Fundamental property of étale morphisms" as their titles, followed by Theorem I.5.5/Corollary I.5.6, and with the latter then being followed by its title ("Extensions of liftings").

But yeah, this would be the desirable rendering for me, but I have no idea how it would affect everybody else!

#47 Auto-capitalisation and accents 3 months ago

Comment by ~thosgood on ~jonsterling/forester

amazing, thanks!

#37 Footnotes 3 months ago

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~thosgood, that makes sense.

#37 Footnotes 3 months ago

Comment by ~thosgood on ~jonsterling/forester

This seems like a sensible solution, but it would be convenient to have a macro at least that allows one to simply write the emitted-tree "inline", e.g.

\p{Blach blah blah.\footnote[xxx-NNNN]{This is the content of the footnote}}

where, as for subtrees, the [xxx-NNNN] is optional.

#51 Toggle backlinks/related 3 months ago

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Some trees that transclude a lot of other trees will have very long "Backlinks"/"Related" sections at the end, to the point where they become a bit less useful (e.g. SGA 1 has a lot of backlinks that come from just sections pointing to themselves). It would be nice to be able to set these to not appear on a per-tree basis if possible.