MMD title to Latex

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Guillaume

31 Jul, 2017 05:28 PM

Hello,

When I compile my writings with Scrivener and MMD syntax in Latex my titles appear like this:

MMD: #####L'eau de mer#####

Latex:
\ Subsubsection {L'eau de mer}
\ Label {l'eau de mer}

However, when compiling Latex in pdf, errors appear every time an apostrophe is in the \ label command.
Is there a way to automatically put a label without apostrophe, or to make sure that label is not taken into account when compiling in pdf?

The same problem appears with quotation marks and any other special signs.
I assume that \ label does not take these signs into account.
What should I do to stop having these errors when I compile MMD into Latex ?

Another question:
Scrivener with MMD syntax apparently compiles latex with the natbib package (quote appears with \ citep). However, I use Bliblatex (command \ cite), is it possible to set Scrivener and MMD parameters with Biblatex to have the \cite command?

MMD:
[#exemple]

Latex:
\footnote{~\citep{exemple}}

Thank you.
Regards,
Guillaume Martins

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by fletcher on 31 Jul, 2017 11:21 PM

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    I'm not sure what version you're using, but you shouldn't get those results with MultiMarkdown. Whatever you're using is either not MMD, or is really old.

    v 4.7.1:

    \subsubsection{L'eau de mer}
    \label{leaudemer}
    

    v 5.4:

    \subsubsection{L'eau de mer}
    \label{leaudemer}
    

    v 6.1.0:

    \subsubsection{L'eau de mer }
    \label{leaudemer}
    

    You should update your MMD to a newer version (I recommend v6, but a few users still need v5).

    As for citations, MMD uses ~\citep{} and \citet{}. You can modify MMD to do whatever you like, however -- that's the beauty of open source software! Or you can switch to using natbib -- it seemed to have a lot more flexibilty when I first looked at it.

    Hope this helps,

    Fletcher

  2. fletcher closed this discussion on 22 Aug, 2017 01:16 AM.

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