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Math PhD student at Czech Technical University in Prague and at LIAFA in Paris. At the same time, I'm a typesetter (and partly the copy editor) of one scientific journal (done in LaTeX, of course).

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Nov
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Upright Greek letters in text mode (not upgreek)
Nov
22
comment How to make an equation more compact?
I would leave some space around \bigcup. Other than that, this looks very good to me :)
Nov
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on path for chinese font with ConTeXt
Nov
21
answered Change margins for all, but the first page
Nov
21
comment Adding a manually installed package/program manual into `texdoc`
Well, I went for calling the file w2l directly, since that's the name of the executable of the program, anyways.
Nov
21
accepted Adding a manually installed package/program manual into `texdoc`
Nov
21
comment Adding a manually installed package/program manual into `texdoc`
@cgnieder Works, if you put the file in folder <texmf-local>/doc/w2l/. If you put it in a folder with a different name, it does not. Would you make that an answer, please? :)
Nov
21
comment Testing if inside \halign
Ok, would \makeatletter\def\currentenvironment{\@currenvir}\makeatother and then using \currentenvironment do the trick? Of course, you can't use $$ ... $$ syntax, but that is obsolate in LaTeX anyways, in favour of \[ ... \].
Nov
21
comment Testing if inside \halign
I tend to agree with @egreg that we need to know what you are after. Very likely there is another solution to your real problem than testing for \halign. Usually you don't need to step so deep in TeX core.
Nov
21
comment Adding a manually installed package/program manual into `texdoc`
The program has no code to go into texmf tree (well, one file), so I didn't install anything yet.
Nov
21
asked Adding a manually installed package/program manual into `texdoc`
Nov
21
comment How can I prevent microtype from modifying individual wordspaces
Since you have a problem, the problem is in a specific document. Now take this very specific document, and remove everything you can so that the problem still shows. However, this exact way of making a MWE is described at the link I provided.
Nov
21
comment Is there a command that expands to the current section name?
You should be able to define \newcommand\labelandindex[1]{\label{#1}\indexref{#1} to at least avoid writing everything twice, shouldn't you?
Nov
21
comment Section name with spaces
Well, it seems to me that you would use some good reading on LaTeX for beginners, since this is quite a basic part of LaTeX's concept. We have a summary of good books, from my personal taste, I would recommend The Not So Short Introduction to LaTeX2ε.
Nov
21
comment How can I prevent microtype from modifying individual wordspaces
Well, this certainly needs a Minimal Working Example, you should know that after asking that many questions.
Nov
21
revised The package marvosym seems to clash with the moderncv class. What can I do?
added 13 characters in body; edited tags
Nov
20
comment Underbrace in denominator with () [] {} (howto)
Lorem ipsum is originally a dummy, aperiodic gramatically correct Latin random text generator, which is safe in the sense that it contains nothing naughty or harmful. The lipsum package took just 40 paragraphs of this to provide quick dummy text in LaTeX. For more information see lipsum.com
Nov
20
answered How to prevent \pagenumbering from resetting page number?
Nov
20
comment How to prevent \pagenumbering from resetting page number?
That is doable but against all typographical principles. What do you need it for?
Nov
20
comment Include figure from PDF file
Why do you printscreen anything, cannot you just convert it to PDF directly? And what are you printscreening?