David Goodger wrote:
>> 1) How to refer to an image from the text? The link should make
>> sense both in html and latex (=pdf for me). Same with a table?
> I don't know exactly what you mean. Perhaps an example?
The best I can figure (pun intended) out is something like:
`Nice picture`_ shows a nice picture of a nice thing.
.. figure:: image.png
Problems with this code:
1) In latex I get "Figure 1. Nice picture" as caption whereas in html
it's "Nice picture". In the above example the "figure 1" added by latex
seems a bit off in the context (can it be removed, don't remember much
2) In html, clicking the link brings the browser to the caption, not the
> These may help:
Sorry, but I fail to se how...
I found my version (from debian/stable) was exactly 0.0.1 version before
support for automaticly incremented enums.
> We don't currently have Danish language support, but it's easy to add:
sed to the rescue. I simply add danish babel to the latex code coming
I also tried the replacement directive, but that can't span multible
> There isn't currently.
sed it is, then :-)
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