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Spacing around thm environments when parskip is changed

I am a beginner with LaTeX and have this probably tyro problem - when I use asmthmpackage environments in combination with \parskip, the (vertical) spacing above and below theorems, definitions, etc ...
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Control space between paragraph and example environment - amsthm package

Which parameter sets the spacing before and after of the example environment from amsthm library? MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{amsthm} ...
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How to change space around theorem environments?

Is there a way to change the vertical space before/after theorem environments, without defining a new theorem style? I'm using amsthm package to define my new theorem environments.
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Remove vertical space around theorems

I'm very new to LaTeX (a couple of days ago I didn't know how to use \newtheorem) and was hoping someone could help me with the following problem. If I'm using \usepackage{amsthm}, how do I obtain ...
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Space before proof

I am trying to make LaTeX put no additional space between theorem and proof. Here is my code: \newtheorem*{pr3}{Theorem} \begin{pr3} foo \end{pr3} ...
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How can I eliminate the vertical extra space before and after the proof-environment?

consider the following code: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsthm} ...
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amsthm: how to reduce the vertical spacing between theorem and proof?

I'm using the amsthm package to layout theorems and their proofs. How can I reduce the vertical spacing between the last line of the theorem statement and the first line of the proof? BTW, I tried ...
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How can I change the spacing before theorems with amsthm?

I have a spacing problem. Whenever I include a theorem environment, \begin{theorem}\end{theorem}, the theorem appears very close to the previous line. The spacing is much less than the normal spacing ...