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spieman.cls spoils document title #997

Grief opened this issue May 15, 2018 · 2 comments

spieman.cls spoils document title #997

Grief opened this issue May 15, 2018 · 2 comments


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Grief commented May 15, 2018



\title{Some title}


spieman.cls can be found here:

<document xmlns="">
  <resource class="ltx_align_left" src="LaTeXML.css" type="text/css"/>
  <resource class="ltx_align_left" src="ltx-article.css" type="text/css"/>
  <date class="ltx_align_left" role="creation"/>
  <pagination class="ltx_align_left" role="newpage"/>
  <para class="ltx_align_left ltx_noindent" xml:id="p1">
    <p><text font="bold" fontsize="160%">Some title</text></p>
  <para class="ltx_noindent" xml:id="p2">
    <break class="ltx_align_left"/>
  <para xml:id="p3">

While I understand that the issue is can be more with the class-file itself, is it possible to workaround it somehow to leave <title>Some title</title> unchanged?

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I assume this is with --includestyles, and it is because the class file (re)defines \title. I guess the safest thing here is to lock the definition (if a class file redefines it w/different argument pattern, it'll likely mess up anyway). So, hopefully fixed? Thanks for the report!

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Grief commented May 20, 2018

@brucemiller thank you very much! I've just tested - results are perfect. I really appreciate that you consider to fix such corner cases like this one.

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