controls the amount of vertical space inserted between paragraphs

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Vertical aligment of dinglist inside table cell with `parskip`

Why is the list text so close to the top line of the cell in some lists? I know it's a problem with the parskip package. I can solve this by adding this strut in every cell before the text ...
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pstool + pgfplots + parskip conflict

I've recently observed extremely strange latex bug if pstool + pgfplots + parskip packages are used at the same time. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pstool} \usepackage{pgfplots} ...
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Emulate tabular vertical spacing with parskip package

I would like to emulate the vertical spacing of tabular without using tabular. When the \parskip package is used, using \par leaves too much vertical space, so I thought I'd emulate it with use of a ...
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\parskip setting effect on page break?

What is the effect of the \parskip-setting on where LaTeX does the page break? I wonder why there is a page break before the paragraph-headline with my \parskip settings (unless I insert the ...
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Change paragraph spacing without messing up the rest of the document

If I use \setlength{\parskip}{1cm plus4mm minus3mm} Or change the lengh of parskip in anyway, it not only changes the space between paragraphs, but also the space before and after equations, the ...
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MacTeX 2014 update changes gap between paragraphs in output

I updated my MacTeX to the 2014 version. If I now compile the same .tex file, it gives me a different output, in specific, it reduces the gap between two paragraphs (see the added picture). How can I ...
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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 ...