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Re: [O] [Latex Export] Influence placement of \maketitle command

From: Alexander Baier
Subject: Re: [O] [Latex Export] Influence placement of \maketitle command
Date: Wed, 14 May 2014 23:28:53 +0200
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On 2014-05-14 21:01 Nick Dokos wrote:
> Alexander Baier <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hello,
>> I am writing a paper using llncs as the document class. I use the
>> =\institute= command which has to be placed _above_ the =\maketitle=
>> command to be considered. But exporting my document always yields a
>> latex file where =\maketitle= appears above =\institute=. I use
>> simple #+LATEX: directives to insert =\institute=.
>> Is there a way for me to influence the placement of =\maketitle= and
>> thus be able to order those commands "the right way"?
>> TIA for any pointers,
> If \institute can be placed in the preamble, then using #+LATEX_HEADER
> instead of #+LATEX is probably the way to go.

Of course! Somehow I totally forgot about the LATEX_HEADER
directive. With this, everything works fine!

> If it has to be in the document body, one way to do it is to redefine
> the variable org-latex-title-command in a file-local-variable section
> added to the end of your file:
> # Local Variables:
> # org-latex-title-command: "\\institute{Foo}\\maketitle"
> # End:

Oh, the title-command is a variable, that is nice.

Thank you very much,
Alexander Baier

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