{theorems} are environments which are commonly numbered. They are extensively used in math texts. Examples of such environments are theorems, corollaries, lemmas, propositions, remarks and definitions. Popular packages are {amsthm}, {ntheorem}, and {thmtools}. Covers discussion on proofs too.

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Faint text after new theorem [closed]

This code using \newtheorem produces faint text afterwards. What's the remedy? \documentclass[xcolor=dvipsnames]{beamer} \usetheme[height=9mm]{Rochester} \setbeamertemplate{items}[ball] ...
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nopagebreak between rule and custom theorem env

I'm making a custom theorem environment. Here's a minimal example of my problem, with some filler text borrowed from the GPL: \documentclass{scrbook} \usepackage[dvipsnames]{xcolor} ...
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How to ignore proofs? [duplicate]

I'd like to print a shorter version of my paper without all the proofs, I'm thinking about something like \renewenvironment{proof}{\begin{comment}}{\end{comment}} but that activates the comment ...
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Theorem-like environments in Latexit?

I want to use Theorem-like environments in Latexit. How can I do this?
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\theoremindent adds space to left side when used with RTL languages

Trying to use ntheorem's \theoremindent seems to indent the left side rather than the right side when used with polyglossia and right-to-left languages: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{ntheorem} ...
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thmtools with thmbox split in two pages

I am trying to use the thmbox=Moption from the thmtools package. But sometimes in the text when there isn't enough space for the theorem to fit in the bottom of the first page, it moves it to the next ...