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Sep
7
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,
Jun
19
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.
Jun
19
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... :-)
May
31
comment How can I make whole document in italics
But, please don't!
May
27
comment Commutative diagram with blank spacing and crossing-layer arrows
@Idear See my updated answer!
May
27
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 :-)
May
27
comment Commutative diagram with blank spacing and crossing-layer arrows
@Idear, what is the error message: something like missing package? It would help if you tell me the version of TeXLive or MikTeX that you may be using?
May
27
comment Commutative diagram with blank spacing and crossing-layer arrows
You could have waited for my answer on the previous post: I did promise to write an answer! Does my answer in that post help you with this one? I think all you need to is replace by @. and that is it! Edit: I don't think you can do slant arrows in AMSCD package! I am writing a quick tikz-cd answer to this question!
May
27
comment Blank or no arrow in a commutative diagram
May I suggest that you use the packages xypic or tikz-cd for drawing commutative diagrams? They have somewhat intuitive syntax... But, I will post an answer too... :-)
Jan
13
comment placing a footnote in a table
This page consists of various ways you could do this: tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=footintab. Could you please have a look and see if one of them works for you?
Jan
13
comment Is there a script that reads a TeX file and replaces every instance of a \newcommand?
Oh, Thank you very much for something that works online! Will the link always work? (The thing about codes like this is that, they would help reduce manual labour. So, I am pretty happy with this implementation!)
Oct
26
comment How do I draw graphs?
"common misunderstanding" ?
Oct
4
comment amsart and enumerate environment
Related: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/93952/…
Aug
31
comment TikZ - graphs of elementary functions
What are elementary functions? Are they in the spirit of Courant - Fritz John for example? Rational functions, trigonometric functions -- sin, cos etc., logarithm and the exponential?
Aug
21
comment A Weird Pagination Problem with memoir, amsref
Thank you for the answer!
Aug
20
comment A Weird Pagination Problem with memoir, amsref
@barbarabeeton OK! The double page issue disappears! However, the other issues (viz bookmark, header issues) remain. I'd be glad if you could help me with that too!
Aug
20
comment A Weird Pagination Problem with memoir, amsref
now is the time to confess: the code is not mine. I am trying to help someone, although I created the MWE. Anyway, I'll try your suggestion.
Aug
1
comment Center Aligning Labels in a enumerate environment
@Jonathan Yes, I just figured that out and even edited to add it!
May
30
comment Forward Search in Emacs for Okular not working
I am afraid this is not working either. I think forward search is broken in okular for some reason...
May
29
comment Forward Search in Emacs for Okular not working
No! I think that is the trouble... (I should have mentioned this in the question, I guess