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Aug
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accepted Extending fullwidth into one margin
Aug
10
comment Extending fullwidth into one margin
Thanks! I especially like how the use of \par and \hrulefill give a horizontal rule that better splits the vertical space between the heading and the first section.
Aug
10
asked Extending fullwidth into one margin
Jul
24
accepted Vertical alignment in sections beginning with itemize
Jul
23
asked Vertical alignment in sections beginning with itemize
Mar
20
awarded  Famous Question
Mar
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awarded  Curious
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
29
accepted Making MiKteX pdflatex on Windows available to cygwin
Dec
29
answered Making MiKteX pdflatex on Windows available to cygwin
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
16
comment Making MiKteX pdflatex on Windows available to cygwin
@UlrikeFischer Sure enough, removing the --latex-engine flag from the call to pandoc altogether did the trick. I'd needed this prior to installing texlive, but I guess not anymore.
Aug
14
comment Making MiKteX pdflatex on Windows available to cygwin
@kristjan Yep, no luck with that either. I've tried just about every permutation of full and partial paths, both UNIX and Windows styles.
Aug
14
comment Making MiKteX pdflatex on Windows available to cygwin
@JosephWright pdflatex --version in cygwin returns "pdfTeX 3.14159265-2.6-1.40.15 (TeX Live 2014/Cygwin) kpathsea version 6.2.0". Having looked through other answers, I'd installed the texlive and texlive-collection-latex packages in cygwin, to no avail.
Aug
14
awarded  Informed
Aug
13
asked Making MiKteX pdflatex on Windows available to cygwin
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
21
comment Collectively aligning multiple align environments
@dustin Except that it doesn't work as I would like... while I can see the utility of tabbing in other contexts, there's a bit too much manual adjustment required for this solution to be considered "simple", I think.