5 Comments

  1. Thav

    I noticed that \blindmathtrue doesn’t seem to work with the standard lipsum text. Adding \usepackage[english]{babel} got me the inline math.

    • Right! Thanks for pointing it out, appreciate it. See example below. Best, Tom.

      \documentclass[11pt]{article}
      \usepackage[english]{babel}
      \usepackage{blindtext}
      \begin{document}
      \blindtext
      
      \blindmathtrue
      \blindtext
      
      \blindmathfalse
      \blindtext
      \end{document}
  2. \usepackage[english]{babel}

    The generated blindtext is kind of funny, it says that all letters should occur in a blindtext, but it seems to me that at least letter z is missing….

    • tom

      Hi Lukas,

      Where did you read that \blindtext produces all letters of the alphabet (pangram)? In English, the most frequently used pangram is: “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog”.

      Cheers,
      Tom

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