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Jan
10
comment How to specify an arbitrary (possibly non-integer) font size in LaTeX
@HenriMenke those things happen if you get older and a non-essential package was written long time ago :-) However, in my recollection that author listing is wrong and just came about because fix-cm was initially part of fixltx2e and when split apart was getting the author list of that package I guess - maybe something to correct next round
Dec
22
comment No correct centering when a line break is used
@DenisBitouzé yes, thanks - now fixed
Dec
22
revised No correct centering when a line break is used
fixed a few typos
Dec
17
awarded  Yearling
Dec
9
answered Can I specify the width of the text columns in multicol?
Dec
6
revised Minor difference in width of column and text
edited tags
Nov
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
21
revised Figure appears in bibliography
previous edit was correct in fixing the command name but I don't agree with dropping the text
Nov
19
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
15
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
4
answered Create index entries from \textbf
Nov
2
accepted How does one retrieve \rpcode values in LuaTeX?
Oct
22
comment Using LaTex, I want to put **aaaa** exactly below $\cap$
If between $...$ as asked a big operator alone would not work either as the limits are still put to the side!
Oct
18
awarded  math-mode
Oct
17
comment How do I write 'decimal to Binary convertion ' in Latex?
@Johannes_B maybe not, but then he/she should put a bit more effort in the question. And in fact, egreg's pointer gets you to an example to calculate and display
Oct
17
revised How do I write 'decimal to Binary convertion ' in Latex?
added output
Oct
17
answered How do I write 'decimal to Binary convertion ' in Latex?
Oct
14
comment Who/what is behind LaTeX?
In 2008 I gave a talk entitled "A (biased) personal history of two years LaTeX development. It never made it into a paper (yet :-) but there is a video available: river-valley.zeeba.tv/two-decades-of-latex-development . Concerning "licensing" as this is listed as a topic of the question you can find a history on LPPL in an article at the project web site: latex-project.org/papers/tb100mittbach-lppl-history.pdf
Oct
9
comment how to maintain text justification after forcing a new line
you should mention that \linebreak has an optional argument, such that \linebreak[3] (or 2) will only break if the break makes the result not too spaced out.