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Luatex has primitives to control the space added between each class in each math style, so to control the space between a mathord and a mathbin in script style: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} $a+b x^{a+b}$ \Umathordbinspacing\scriptstyle=10mu \Umathbinordspacing\scriptstyle=10mu $a+b x^{a+b}$ \end{document} For classic TeX engines You ...


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Why you need to reduce the space is not clear to me. Even in a two column document it fits without problem. On the other hand you are doing a lot to disrupt LaTeX's layout. There are a couple of problems with your set-up angle brackets should be input \langle...\rangle not <...> the integrals in the top and bottom of the \frac should be uniform, ...


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No, you don't want it. The rules for mathematical spaces have been studied by Knuth by examining several documents with mathematical contents produced during a wide amount of time. Perhaps some national typographic tradition spaces operation and relation symbols also in superscripts and subscripts. This doesn't mean it's good: tight spacing there is good, ...


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The default setting for math fonts in LaTeX (and Plain TeX) uses cmex10 at all sizes (no scaling whatsoever). This is because the omxcmex.fd file contains \ProvidesFile{omxcmex.fd} [2014/09/29 v2.5h Standard LaTeX font definitions] \DeclareFontFamily{OMX}{cmex}{} \DeclareFontShape{OMX}{cmex}{m}{n}{% <->sfixed*cmex10% }{} \endinput In ...


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double the \qedsymbol. in the preamble, \let\oldqedbox\qedsymbol \newcommand{\twoqedbox}{\oldqedbox\oldqedbox} then, before the first \end{proof}, insert \renewcommand{\qedsymbol}{\twoqedbox} and before the second \end{proof}, insert \renewcommand{\qedsymbol}{} a "renewed" \qedsymbol will not persist. amsthm was not designed to handle nested ...


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The wrapfig environment has an optional first argument, which is used for the number of lines to be used (this is some trial and error way, however, to find the 'correct' value) (I do not remember right now, what the default value is, but I believe, it's 12) I changed the definition of the \WrapText1 environments and added a mandatory 2nd argument to be ...


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As suggested in my comment, it would be good to know more about the CV style. But the problem is that the length \datebox is not sufficient to hold the string. You can increase \datebox, or manually force the string to overrun the allocated space (at the risk of overlap). The original size of \datebox=.7in was pulled out of thin air for this MWE, merely ...


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I wouldn't recommend to use this template anayway. But, your problem is solvable within the given setting: You need to set the \datebox width to your longest date caption. Assuming that this is the problematic "Feb'14--current" you would say \settowidth{\datebox}{Feb'14--current} In case you really want to use the template you should strongly consider ...


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As has been pointed out in the comments, changing the appearance of a journal template is discouraged. A journal wants to have a consistent look. If you are absolutely sure you want to change something, you can do some kind of a hack (Dr. Christian Hupfer pointed it out). In the example below, i introduced some positive space to get the text away from the ...


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Here is the code for \paragraph from report.cls. Don't forget to use \renewcommand and also \makeatletter \makeatother. \makeatletter \renewcommand\paragraph{\@startsection{paragraph}{4}{\z@}% {3.25ex \@plus1ex \@minus.2ex}% {-1em}% ...


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You can fake the proof environment. \begin{theorem} Today is Thursday. \end{theorem} % moved to here \begin{proof} We know that the day after Wednesday is always Thursday. Thus the theorem follows from the following claim: \begin{claim} Yesterday was Wednesday. \end{claim} \noindent\textit{\proofname.} My computer said so.\qedhere\qedsymbol \end{proof} ...


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The 'MWE' has several issues (missing packages,commands, unknown color definitions, a missing algorithm environment) This uses the breakable feature of the tcolorbox package. \documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{report} \usepackage{enumerate} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[dvipsnames]{xcolor} \usepackage{eqparbox} \usepackage[breakable]{tcolorbox} ...


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Here are two solutions,; one of them uses tools from nccmathto have mediumsized formulae (~80 % of \displaystyle). In addition, I replaced <\mathscr F> with \langle\mathscr F\rangle, as I suspect it's the correct notation – but maybe I'm wrong. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{mathtools} \usepackage{lmodern} ...


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As egreg stated in his comment, \paragraph should not be used to start a text paragraph, but only (if at all) to use the structuring level 'paragraph', which is already below subsubsection. If there are subsubsection levels, it's ok (in some sense) to reduce the space, but this is a matter of taste. I used the \xpatchcmd to replace the paragraph spacings ...



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