latex-snippet.xslt , some useless text is generated


I just found Scrivener today and I’m pretty excited about it and I want to use it for writing papers and my PhD thesis. I am pretty familiar with LaTeX so I want to use the latex-snippet.xslt to generate the latex text and use it with include in my master- latex file. But there is always something in the .tex file I don’t want to have, something like this:

BibTex: papers \\ Author: xxxx \\ XHTML Header: body \{font-family: Courier; font-size: 9pt; line-height: 2.000000em; \} h1 \{ font-size: 1.5em; text-align: center; \} h2 \{ font-size: 1.1em; text-align: center; \} h3 \{ font-size: 1.1em; \} pre \{ margin-left: 5em;\} span.annotation \{ text-decoration: underline; \} \\ Format: complete

how can I get rid of it? I use the latest version of Scrivener and MMD.


Hmm, that’s part of the MMD meta-data block. Make sure you do not have any newlines in your MultiMarkdown settings. I’d check around the BibTeX entry, since that is where it starts.

Yes that was the solution! thanks :smiley: