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    okworx

    Yes I mean chapter/section crossreferences.

    As for the LaTeX markup, the idea is to have this as a means to temporarily work around the various limitations for users who are actively using Manuscripts NOW, as it will probably take a little while until the individual features will be usable in production.

    I thought it shouldn't be so hard to allow LaTeX commands that are written somewhere in the regular text to pass through the export in a way so that they later can simply be picked up by the LaTeX processor (for instance with a special escape sequence).

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    okworx

    As currently many important features that are actually required to produce a decent publication are still absent from Manuscripts (such as footnotes, cross references or a TOC) and it probably will take a little while until all of them are properly implemented, I'm wondering whether as a workaround it would be an option to allow LaTeX markup that is inserted into the text to be interpreted by the LaTeX processor. If necessary, with some sort of escaping, maybe a double backslash. I could imagine for instance footnotes to be easily inserted using \\footnote{Footnote text here.}. What do you think?

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    okworx

    Another +1 for the footnotes.

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    okworx

    The ability to cross-reference other sections is an important feature for any scientific paper and still missing in Manuscripts. When can this expected to be implemented?

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    okworx

    That won't work for small images though. As a workaround one can add additional horizontal whitespace to the images which I'll be doing for now.

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    okworx

    Awesome! Do you have an estimate in terms of a time frame when at least a configuration option to prevent upscaling will be available? Currently it's not possible to export professionally looking documents due to this issue.

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    okworx

    Currently, images will be automatically scaled to fit the entire width of the page. While this may be okay for larger images that are being reduced in size with this behavior, it is a major annoyance for small images which are automatically upscaled.

    Do you plan to add a feature to be able to inidividually control image size for figures? As a first step, it may be sufficient to generally prevent upscaling by an application-wide switch.

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