{nesting} is about nesting document elements. Use this tag in addition to other tags specifying what should be nested.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 ...