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== Description ==  
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== Description ==
== comment ==
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== Comment ==
temporary: add slugs (overfull rules in margins)
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<tt>temporary</tt>: add slugs (overfull rules in margins)
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By default the definitive version is produced. In case a preliminary version is produced the
 
By default the definitive version is produced. In case a preliminary version is produced the
 
word concept is placed at the bottom of each page.  
 
word concept is placed at the bottom of each page.  
  
The keyword <b>temporary</b> shows some
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The keyword <tt>temporary</tt> shows some
 
information on for instance overfull lines, references, figure placement, and index entries.  Most messages are placed in the margin. In some cases these messages refer to the next pages
 
information on for instance overfull lines, references, figure placement, and index entries.  Most messages are placed in the margin. In some cases these messages refer to the next pages
 
because TEX is processing in advance.
 
because TEX is processing in advance.

Revision as of 12:42, 17 April 2010

\version

Syntax

\version[...]
[...] final concept temporary


Description

Comment

temporary: add slugs (overfull rules in margins)

By default the definitive version is produced. In case a preliminary version is produced the word concept is placed at the bottom of each page.

The keyword temporary shows some information on for instance overfull lines, references, figure placement, and index entries. Most messages are placed in the margin. In some cases these messages refer to the next pages because TEX is processing in advance.


Example

See also