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How to have nested brackets with a common element

I'm trying to do something like in the image. However LaTeX does not seems to support this kind of nested brackets. Now I have \begin{align*} \overbrace{ \underbrace{ \overbrace{ ...
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Increasing the maximum number of enumerate environments?

I am using the outlines package to write some outlines, and occasionally four levels are not enough to present my data. I understand that this is a limitation of LaTeX, as you cannot nest more than ...
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How to produce nested matrix with labels just using the amsmath package?

I am trying to create this matrix in Microsoft word 2010 with mathtype and since mathtype just uses the amsmath package, I should only use this pckage in my latex code. Can anyone tell me what code ...
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Texmaker - nested document structure

Let's say I have a file that inputs files who input files. foo.tex: \input{bar} bar.tex: \input{baz} baz.tex: Hello World! When I am in foo.tex, Texmaker shows the structure foo --- bar ...
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Nested acronyms with Acro and Mouse-over

I came along Clemens’ solutions from 161521 for adding mouse over effects to a PDF. It works pretty fine, except when I got nested acronyms. As a MWE [Edit: no errors/warnings in Acro 1.6b [Edit: ...
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Nonstandard (non?)nesting of over- and under-braces

\overbrace{ABCDEFG = HIJKL} = PQRSTUV ABCDEFG = \underbrace{HIJKL = PQRSTUV} LaTeX can handle either of the lines above. How can I get both the overbrace and the underbrace, when they overlap like ...
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Nested `mdframed` environments and footnotes

Suppose that you have two mdframed environments, one nested inside the other, and a footnote in the first mdframed environment but not in the second. See the MWE example below. ...
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Nested lists modify properties on depth

How can I control the behavior of formatting(font size, bold, italics, underline, etc...) depending on the depth of a set of nested environments? That is, I'd like the top level to be bold and huge ...
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Vertical alignment of a tabularx cell

I have a tabularx table with: a variable width column X on the left a cell with a nested tabular table on the right Like so: \begin{tabularx}{\textwidth}{ | X | c | } \lipsum[1-1] & ...
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Make item of list fit in page width

The tile just overflows the page, thus its content is lost. How I can make it to break the line and continue below? Here is my code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} ...
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Nested mdframed environment problems

I have a problem concerning a mdframed into an other mdframed. If the content of the second mdframed is too important, the result is horrible: it's separated by one page and the content of the second ...
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new command for nested enumerate with variable arguments

I have some text that I want to turn into a template which looks like this: Extensions: \begin{enumerate} \item[2.a] xyz \begin{enumerate}[i.] \item a \item b ...
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Using lstenvironment in another environment

The following simple latex code doesn't seem to work for me and there seems to be no reason why: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{listings} ...
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What are the style parameters for nested lists?

I am working in memoir class and would like to customize some nested lists. But I do not know all the style parameters, in particular, the lengths. How can I list them? This is a generic question, but ...
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Nested CSV with csvsimple

I have two csv files. I want to use the first (countries.csv) to generate sections, and then filter the second (bottles.csv) by the name of the section. Below is an MWE - you can see that the nested ...
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Nested parenthesis automatic indentation in equation

Here is some code that produces a display equation with nested parentheses indented to different depths. \documentclass{amsart} \begin{document} \begin{align*} (\exists d) &\biggl( ...
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Quotes within quotes breaking

When a word in single quotes falls at the end of the quotation, LaTeX decides to render it as "' instead of '". For example: ``He said it was `off the hook''' would render: "He said it was 'off the ...
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Nested \ifdefined statements

I am trying to populate a list of variables (in the attached example starting with \@addressone) with the values obtained from a set of commands. The first variable will get the first of whatever ...
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How can i use a different beamer template for nested descriptions

How can I use a different description item beamer template for nested descriptions? I have a certain kind of descriptions, call them funnys, which may appear nested on slides, and may be nested ...
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nested environment with a star

I want to redefine an environment that include the environment alignat*. I discovered that I can't do that : \newenvironment{variables} { \paragraph{Variables :} \begin{alignat*}{2} } { ...
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How can I apply a custom-defined theorem environment to nested theorems *only*?

In a previous thread, I asked about the possibility of defining a custom theorem environment whose QED symbol would be a boxed version of the theorem's name/number/label. There, I was graciously ...
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How to nest a pre-written chapter into another chapter without manually changing sectioning commands one by one [duplicate]

I have a tex file with several written chapters. Then I found I need to nest one of them to another. I know this can be done by manually changing the sectioning command one by one but I found it ...
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N-level nested nodes

I read this question but I didn't get how to repeat the process more than one time. I make an example: I'd like to have a big green box which contains two copies of the light blue box presented in the ...
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csquotes and invalid nesting with two nested \mkbibquotes

I was surprised when today I got the error message Package csquotes Error: Unbalanced groups or invalid nesting. After a while I found the culprit in my bibliography-file. It is a bib-item whose title ...
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A better way to do nested lists

This is how you type set a nested list in LaTeX: \begin{itemize} \item I have a house \begin{itemize} \item It has 4 walls \item a roof, \item two windows, ...
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latex dynamic subsection nesting

I need to find a command/environment that allows me to nest a [sub]section one level deeper than the level of the parent [sub]section. For example, given this syntax, \section{Foo} ...
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vspace mysteriously being inserted after nested custom environment

I have created my own environment that creates a table using tabu and then puts some vertical space after it, unless my environment is being nested, in which case I want it to skip the vertical space. ...
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LaTeX Error: Too deeply nested

I'm trying to debug a Too deeply nested error in LaTeX. It's not an obvious case of too deeply nested itemize or enumerate items. It's happening far into the document, at a \begin{quote}. Is ...
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Rendering a pdf in a different location, from a standalone tex-file that combines several chapters [duplicate]

I've seen a lot of these questions, but in my search I haven't managed to find an answer to my problem. I am building a directory system for simple use, where I have divided the first folder into ...
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Programming language-like syntax for nested lists

Consider the following code that simply nests two lists using the \ForEach command: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{forarray} \newcommand{\demo}[1] { \begin{itemize} \ForEach{.}{\item ...
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Checking if first portion of an environment's content is empty

Motivation: I am working on a very personalized Exercise/Answer package for my colleagues. The exercise, exsheets, etc. packages don't do what I need. To accomplish this, I create an exercises ...
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Good style to avoid deep nesting in formulation of a theorem [closed]

This is not a technical question per se; it is a question concerning good style (in writing a theorem) I hope it doesn't get closed... In this question of mine, the answer also mentioned that ...
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Removing nested LaTeX `\index`es

How would I, such as with regex and sed, remove all \index tags that occur inside any \index tags? For example, a nested mess like this: \index{Test\index{test\index{test}}ing One\index{one} ...
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picture in picture: how to eliminate influences of outer node options on inner node?

In the case, when you have in some shape (rectangle in my case) a TikZ picture, than it seems that parameters of outer shape also influences on parameters of inner picture. This can be eliminate with ...
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Error \pdfendlink ended up in different nesting level than > \pdfstartlink [closed]

When compiling this tex file in ShareLaTeX, I get the following error: Error in English1213/LaTeX_English_def.tex (line 96): pdfTeX error (ext4): \pdfendlink ended up in different nesting level ...
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Nested indentation with xparse

this is my first question, so any help is appreciated. I want to achieve an indentation effect as shown in the image: Which can be obtained as follows: \begin{itemize} \item $a$ ...
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restatable non-nested sub-theorems

I want to create restatable sub-theorems without nesting them. I am using packages thmtools and thm-restate. By non-nested sub-theorems, I mean a similar structure to what we use for sections and ...
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How to get more than 3 levels of nesting in mdframed environments?

Before I get to many of "don't do this as it does not look good", I have two modes of my documents: Final mode: where there is ONLY one level of nested mdframed Review mode: where there are numerous ...
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Interrupting Nested Lists in LaTeX

How do I interrupt and resume nested lists at any level in LaTeX? Something like I. Item Level 1 A. Item Level 2 1. Item Level 3 comment at level 1 2. Item Level 3 B. Item ...
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Chains in nested tikz pictures

I am trying to draw a complex item (consisting of multiple \nodes) as a cohesive whole using a nested \tikzpicture. My outermost picture uses a chain, onto which every \node is put. My inner picture ...
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Drop shadow of node with pgfplot inside

I have this code: \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} \usepackage{pgfplots} \usetikzlibrary{shadows} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \node[drop shadow,draw,fill=green] { \begin{tikzpicture} ...
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Breaking a multicol over a column in a multicol environment

I have a nested multicol environment like: \begin{multicols}{2} Text \begin{multicols}{2} lots of text \end{multicols} \end{multicols} my problem is the nested environment becomes longer than the ...
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Starting a theorem or a proof with an equation and vertical spacing

Is it bad practice to begin the statement of a theorem or of a proof with an equation? If it is acceptable, what is your opinion on the resulting spacing in the three cases, in the code below? In the ...
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Draft mode breaking with listings in sublists

%sublisting.tex \documentclass[draft]{beamer} \usepackage{listings} \begin{document} \begin{frame}[allowframebreaks] \begin{itemize} \item Here follows the source code of this document. ...
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When using nested enumerates, how do I have longer labels start at the same place, after the label of the first environment?

I would like to be able to use long labels in a nested enumerate environments without having them overlap with the previous level. I don't really know how to properly explain this, so here is a MWE ...
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How do I remove the added space with default labels on nested enumerate environments

I would like to remove the added space before nested enumerate environments, when using the default labelling system. Note that I would like to make this change globally, rather than having to do it ...
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Problem with color tables when there are nested tabulars

Color tables work great when using within a single tabular environment. However, when using it within nested tabular environments, a rowcolor command spans the whole nested table instead of a single ...
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LaTeX Sublist Numbering

Here is what I want to do - 1. List 1 1.1 sub list 1 2.2 sub list 2 2. List 2 2.1 sub list 1 I tried doing this, \begin{enumerate} \item List 1 \begin{enumerate} \item sub list 1 ...
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nested lists - typeset only top n levels

I am writing an outline and have a lot of nested enumitem lists. Is there a way to automatically suppress output for higher list levels? e.g. In the following: \begin{enumerate}[label=\Roman*.] ...
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TikZ - use non-Tikz command to layout part of picture

I'm using a package (semantic.sty) that draws something semi-complicated using LaTeX (not TikZ). I would like to draw part of a TikZ picture using the same command, with parts of the TikZ picture ...