Alt key brings up the HUD. How to get rid of it?
Launch System Settings, then Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> Launchers. On Key to show the HUD, press
Backspace to disable it.
With latex2html you can convert a LaTeX document to a bunch of HTML files. However, by default latex2html generates one HTML for each subparagraph. How to produce less files, one per chapter for instance? Or how to produce one single HTML?
The behaviour of latex2html can be controlled with the file “
.latex2html-init“. Type “
locate .latex2html-init” to find a template that you can customize. On my machine I found a file called “
dot.latex2html-init” that I had to rename:
$ locate .latex2html-init /usr/share/latex2html/dot.latex2html-init $ cp /usr/share/latex2html/dot.latex2html-init . $ mv dot.latex2html-init .latex2html-init
Copy this file next to your latex source and execute “latex2html source.tex”.
If you want less HTML files, this is the variable you need:
$MAX_SPLIT_DEPTH = 8; # Stop making separate files at this depth
Set its value to 1 to have one file, 2 to have a page by “Part”, 3 by “Chapter”, etc.
With latex2html I had some small problems and I didn’t find a solution for all of them. For instance, the generated pages look good via the file: protocol but if I put them on-line, they look different. It’s as if CSS were not loaded properly. A typical example is the navigational header that gets broken.
Another thing: latex2html puts a link on “crossref.png” with the file: protocol. If you put the pages on-line, they are not loaded. So I had to replace the instances of “file:/usr/share/latex2html/icons/crossref.png” to “icons/crossref.png” to point to my local copy.
Summary: you can customize the behaviour of latex2html but be prepared that you’ll have to tweak a bit the end result manually.