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External margins of embedded newmdenv environments

In the code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[framemethod=default]{mdframed} \newmdenv[backgroundcolor=red]{tBox} \newmdenv[leftmargin=1cm,linecolor=blue]{aBox} \begin{document} ...
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Alignment across nested aligned environments

I have a list of equations with annotations like the one below: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{align} aaaa &= 1 &&\text{for $X$} \\ bbbb &= ...
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Align inside align

I have a list of equations with annotations like the one below: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{align*} aaaa &= 1 &&\text{for $X$} \\ bbbb ...
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How to suppress vertical space between proof environment heads and itemize environments?

The user 'egreg' recently helped me to suppress vertical space between theorem heads and enumitem environments (such as itemize; see the link below). I now have a similar problem: When a proof ...
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Handling quotes inside quotes in a bibliographic field

I have an entry in my bib file of the form @conference{abc, author = "Some name", title = ""This is inside quote" and outside quote content", . . . } when I check this entry through jabref, I get ...
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Passing arguments to nested newcommands

I thought that doubling hashes was sufficient to pass arguments to nested \newcommand. \newcommand{\notice}[1]{ \vspace{10px} \textbf{#1:} \begin{quotation} ##1 \end{quotation}} ...
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Three quotation levels for csquotes

The recommended way of solving nested quotations in Norwegian is to use «» for the outer level and then alternating between ‘’ and “”. (Source) Is it a large undertaking to do this with csquotes?
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How to achieve nested alignment of formulas?

I'm trying to get a nested alignment in math mode: +----------------------------------------------------------------+ | ..... & ................ | | ...
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Nested enumerate (enumitem) interferes with suppressing vertical space after theorem heads.

In the post How to suppress vertical space between theorem heads and enumitem environments? David Carlisle suggested a piece of code that helps suppressing vertical space between theorem heads and an ...
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Defining inside an \edef

The following throws an "Undefined control sequence" error: \edef\testa{\edef\testb{foobar}\testb} when it gets to expanding \testb. This problem is also mentioned in "TEX by Topic" 12.6.2. But no ...
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enumitem nextline style: nested item shouldn't start on description label's line

I use enumitem description style nextline to emulate a sort of TOC entry with the following code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \newenvironment{DLdescription}[1][*]{% ...
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Nested \loop macro

Please are there 'nestable' variants of Knuth's favourite looping macro \loop without the brace-scope introduced in the answer at nested loops. I am developing a package called loops, where I am ...
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How to have nested mdframes with different frame titles [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: mdframed nested frametitle bug This issue is fixed in version 1.6b mdframed at github It seems as if the frame title used in the mdframed environment can only ...
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Nested endnotes

How can one include an endnote within another endnote? The desired output would be one endnote structure with all endnotes appearing in the order in which they are invoked (i.e., a nested [child] ...
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csquotes and nested citations

It looks like the csquotes package does not allow nested citations such as \foreignblockcquote{foreign language}[pre-note] [post-note with citation \textcite{key2}] {key1}[punctuation]{quoted ...
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Tikz - How to nest nodes in a matrix so they can be connected?

I want to make a matrix which has multiple nodes in a single matrix cell. These nodes should be centered to each other. I managed to make this work by using a nested tikz environment like so: ...
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How to align mdframed inside another frame?

I tried to create a child frame inside a parent frame by mdframed as \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mdframed} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} ...
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Nesting command definitions more than two levels

How do you access macro arguments if the macros are nested by more than two levels? To explain it in more detail: Creating a new command in another command (nesting command definitions), it is ...
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Nested enumerate list, Page breaks

I am currently writing a multiple choice exam: There is a enumerated list for the question number and then a nested list for the choices within each multiple choice question: 1. Question 1 a) ...
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Nesting “tikzpicture” within “tikzpicture” elements - Good or bad practice?

I often nest a tikzpicture within a tikzpicture element, such as a node, to treat subparts as unity and then place it as such relative to other parts of the picture. However, I'm wondering whether it ...
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How to check proper nesting of heading levels

How can we check that heading levels in a LaTeX file are coming in sequence, i.e., \section, \subsection, \subsubsection, \paragraph and \subparagraph. How to catch if \section is followed by ...
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Getting started with TeX - my first table (a nested table)

I am brand new to LaTeX, and I am trying to create a LaTeX string to create a report with a known format. I will be inserting my LaTeX string into an A4 page in a scribus document. Accoring to the ...
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Proper nesting of tikzpicture environments: Reset all PGF values to their defaults

Sometimes, nesting tikzpicture environments seems inevitable, e.g., if you want a node to contain a TikZ picture on its own. (Is it?) However, nesting tikzpicture environments is problematic, also ...
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How to typeset a TikZ picture inside a node?

The contents of a node are drawn in text mode. Is there a way, short of introducing a tikzpicture environment, to draw a picture inside a node? Nesting tikzpicture environments is problematic, also ...
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Nested labeled colored boxes with TikZ

I need nested boxes, as they are shown in this question, but colored ones. I tried both solutions. Using shapes.multipart I totally failed when tried to generate the nodeparts by a foreach command. ...
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Nested parameters lost when generating new macros from package options

I've created a package which I would like to take in options and turn these into new macros (one new macro for each option). I also want these new macros to produce new macros in turn. For example, ...
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Adjust environments's behaviour when nested

I would like to define an environment which behaves differently when it is nested. This environment should ignore spaces at the begin and end of the environment. I have this working as I desire when ...
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Environments nested in Lists

I have a list with several items consisting solely of an align environment: \begin{enumerate} \item \begin{align} e^{\pi i} + 1 &= 0\\ 1 + 1 &= 2 \end{align} \end{enumerate} By default, ...
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Proper margins in custom enumeration/itemize environements

I am using two custom list environments (itemize-compact and descriptionhang), which work fine on their own, but not when I nest them. Please consider this MWE: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} ...
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Too deeply nested (itemize) [closed]

So I'm writing this summary for a lecture and I am using itemize a lot. The problem I get now is the two times the error (NB: \bi is my alias for \begin{itemize}) ! LaTeX Error: Too deeply ...
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What is the meaning of double pound symbol (number sign, hash character) ##1 in an argument?

I've seen sometimes that people use a double pound sign (##) when defining/using arguments. What is the difference between the normal argument, #1, and the double sign one, ##1? Are there any ...
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Vertical alignment of tabulars nested in longtable

I tried to nest tabulars in a longtable enviroment. The content of the tabulars is still at the bottom of each row. \begin{longtable}[c]{p{153mm-2\tabcolsep}p{37mm-2\tabcolsep}}\hline ...
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Tikz fit-library vs fill (overlaying nested node colors)

I am trying to figure out the best way of nesting tikz nodes having a different background color. I would like the "inner" nodes to "win" concerning the background color. Currently the "outer" node ...
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why aren't the \left and \right before my parentheses changing their size?

I am working on a document, and in only one case have the \left and \right before my parentheses seemed to do anything. For example, I have this equation: \begin{equation} \mathbb{E}(RS_{nd}) = ...
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tikz: a big box with fixed width containing smaller boxes

I want to render with tikz something like : The surrounding big box should behave somehow like a minipage : the width is fixed, and the height should grow if we add sufficiently small boxes inside. ...
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Nested custom theorems using amsthm

I am having trouble nesting custom theorem environments in such a way that the inner environment does not inherit the characteristics (e.g. HEADFONT, etc.) of the outer environment. Possibly the ...
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Vertical alignment with nested tables

It's almost embarrassing to ask: How can I vertically align the contents of one column to the top beside a second column holding nested tables. Please have a look at the minimal working example: ...
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How to change the nested itemize bullet characters?

When creating a nested itemize environment in LaTeX as follows: \begin{itemize} \item one \dots{} \begin{itemize} \item Language Models \item Vector Space Models ...
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Footception: Footnote within a footnote within a footnote

Inspired by the question Footnote to a footnote (where it was asked if one could have a footnote reference in a footnote), I'm asking something a bit more complex. Before I ask though, let me prefence ...
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Have verbatim code as an equation

I have a little snippet of program code / input that needs to be rendered with the exact layout as typed in (verbatim). Is it possible to have this as an equation? I tried to nest the Verbatim ...
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Is there a package to differently color nested expressions in the output?

Say I have an expressions like $(\sin(x-3(z^{(x-2)^2}))+1)^2$ with many nested expressions. To better visualize this in the output (and to help finding missing delimiters when proof-reading) I'd like ...
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Nested standalone files with standalone package

Is it possible to nest files with the standalone package? I have something like the following: In A.tex: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{standalone} \begin{document} \input{B} \end{document}​ ...
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Problem with nesting environments

I have a problem with nesting environments. I have created a MWE for this. I have environment {env1} which I want to contain environments {env2} and {env3} in the following way. What's wrong with the ...
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Why do arguments to nested \tilde or \breve commands reappear when amsmath is used?

On LaTeX-Community.org I've noticed a strange problem with nested \tilde and \breve commands, when amsmath is used. In this code the X appears also in the output of the second and the third formula: ...
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How to nest a graph within a node in TikZ and draw edges between the graphs?

I'm trying to draw a graph and have a separate graph within one of the outer nodes. I seen this question, but I don't understand how the matrix nodes will help me. I would also like to draw edges ...
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nested enumeration, skipping items

How can I do a nested enumeration with item being skipped, like this: 1) Level 1 A) sublevel A i) sublevel i a) sublevel a 2) Level 1 [here are the skipped \item] a) sublevel a b) ...
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Control start point of nested list

After stretching the list horizontally according to Horizontal space in lists, I've encountered a problem where the nested list items start too deep inside. How can I pull it back to the left where ...
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What is the TeX equivalent for the following C# nested loop?

I need a nested loop to animate PSTricks diagrams. In C# or C or C++, I usually write as follows. int N=6; for(int x=0; x<N; x++) for(int y=x+1; y<N; y++) Console.WriteLine("({0}, ...
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Footnote to a footnote

How can I make a footnote to a footnote? E.g., Playfair's axiom\footnote{so called in honor of mathematician John Playfair, etc, etc., but was actually discovered by Proclus\footnote{Greek ...
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Tex Nested Loops

I am trying to write a simple nested loop in LaTex, without using any special packages, using only the \loop...\if... \repeat syntax. I think I may be lacking a basic understanding of the rules for ...