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comment Interact Mode in Asymptote
Ooh! Press c and look at your terminal... OK, this is safely filed under RTFM.
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comment Small caps in footnote in title (amsart)
@barbarabeeton Could you please make that into an answer with some sample code using the \footnotemark and \footnotetext... Thanks,
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comment Reference label with included file and relaxed clearpage
Thank you! I promise I won't post on this forum or elsewhere, the flashy thing. I just want to look at how it's done.
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comment Reference label with included file and relaxed clearpage
@Heiko: Code for the flashy thing? Of course, I don't want it except for nefarious reasons... :-)
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comment How can I make whole document in italics
But, please don't!
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comment Commutative diagram with blank spacing and crossing-layer arrows
@Idear See my updated answer!
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comment Commutative diagram with blank spacing and crossing-layer arrows
OK, let me try... regarding your other question about arrows, the general rule is, if you want an arrow, the direction is specified by u, d, r, l with their obvious meanings. And, you can use a combination of them like I did: so, llu would be an answer to your question; left, left, up is the instruction you would tell xyz if (s)he wanted to 12. Any other valid instruction works too :-)