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comment Right align using tabulary
for the table in the new image I would not use tabulary or p or m columns at all: it is just numeric data so use \begin{tabular}{lrrr}
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comment Right align using tabulary
You did not make the suggested change, you left in {\textwidth}
7h
comment Right align using tabulary
It is always best to make your example code a complete document so that people can test answers (and you can post the resulting output as image)
7h
comment Right align using tabulary
your code has four columns and your image has three, are they really related?
7h
comment Right align using tabulary
replace \begin{tabulary}{\textwidth} by begin{tabular}, as tabulary can not do anything useful here as you have fixed width columns, then replace the last m{1.5cm} by r
9h
comment Is `\hspace*` equivalent to `\strut\hspace`?
@BrianM.Hunt \strut does have the effect of stopping hspace being dropped at the beginning of a line, the main difference, as shown in egreg's answer with \hspace* is that as a \strut has a vertical size it can affect vertical position if it ends up being the largest thing on that line.
10h
comment Insert negative of \widthof into \hspace without defining a newlength
@UlrikeFischer hmm we should fix calc then :(
14h
comment Insert negative of \widthof into \hspace without defining a newlength
I think we just forgot \hspace when adding calc support to the rest of the format back when we made 2e. You can use the scratch register 0 if you don't want to define a new length \setlength{\dimen0}{-\widthof{$-$}}\hspace{\dimen0}
15h
comment Created counter ist counting twice (sometimes)
Unrelated but you are missing % from the ends of most of the lines of your code.
15h
comment Created counter ist counting twice (sometimes)
No way of debugging that unless you make a complete example that shows the problem. Presumably you use the command in some context that is evaluated twice. Also you give no indication of what the commands are supposed to do, but if you want the \label to record your counter you need \refstepcounter{anhangCount} not \addtocounter{anhangCount}{1}
19h
comment Is there a simpler alternative to LaTeX for math proof writing?
it depends how you define "simple" many people find latex simple enough once they get used to it, but there are alternatives, not least microsoft word which doesn't do a bad job of mathematical typesetting these days if you can understand its wysiwyg interface (which I find a lot less simple than a text markup interface)
1d
comment problems with the first time using pdflatex
do you use bash as your command shell? Does the file /usr/local/texlive/2015/bin/x86_64-linux/pdflatex exist with executable permissions?
1d
comment Automatically highlight undefined references
@Hotschke in principle just copy the definition of \@citex from latex.ltx and change \hbox{\reset@font\bfseries ?} to whatever you want it to be. However more so that \ref many citation packages redefine \@citex or redefine \cite to use some other variant command, so it depends a bit what your current definition is. In any case though the definition will at some point be using a macro that is typesetting a literal ? and you can simply define it to typeset something else.
2d
comment How to check that image has valid size before `\includegraphics` is called?
@Nasser I got that warning as well, I think it's a problem with that image which as noted in comments on the other question seems to be mal formed and doesn't render in acrobat for example (although it does with some warnings in xpdf).
2d
comment How to check that image has valid size before `\includegraphics` is called?
@Nasser what else could an image do but appear on one page?
2d
comment How to check that image has valid size before `\includegraphics` is called?
@Nasser it would seem better to fix this at the generation side really.
2d
comment “ compile timeout ” error on beamer class
Is there any reason that you do not install tex and run the document locally? tex itself has no time limits, it does not seem unreasonable that overleaf restricts the usage of each individual job that is running on their servers, but that is unrelated to tex, really.
2d
comment Dimension too large. error from pdflatex when using \includegraphics
@Nasser the limit is not related to images it is a limit on tex dimensions. You can not have a length bigger than \maxdimen
2d
comment Dimension too large. error from pdflatex when using \includegraphics
It's very big and acrobat says it has invalid ids internally. You can probably load it into something else then save at half size or less, although it's not going to be readable when scale into the a4 page anyway.
2d
comment Why do all of my latex figures say “chesches” next to it?
use in not inches