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Math PhD student at Czech Technical University in Prague and at LIAFA in Paris.

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Jul
8
comment show subsections in the outline
Hi! As @Werner points out, having asked 12 questions before, you should understand how important MWEs are.
Jul
8
comment Non-uniform scale of page size
@JohnKormylo Well, will a 30-page talk, I think I would prefer to have a bad talk than to learn a very new thing the night before the talk :) As well, pgfpages are independent of beamer. What is texpower about?
Jul
8
comment LaTeX for word style divide?
You have three options: (1) You keep the size of the letters unchanged and then you have to align them vertically, as in a/b. (2) You make them smaller and you use the standard fraction, as in \frac{a}{b}. (3) You make them unaligned with a diagonal fraction line, as in \nicefrac{a}{b}, but then you need to make the letters smaller anyways and you gain nothing compared to \frac{a}{b}. Such fractions are useless and ugly. Moreover, in some cases they can be quite confusing (consider for instance 3\nicefrac{a}{b} vs. 3^a/b).
Jul
8
comment LaTeX for word style divide?
Hi! You mean nicefrac? If yes, then please do not do that.
Jul
8
comment Typography of sideways figure
Ahoj! :) I'm afraid that this question is off-topic since it doesn't ask how to do something, rather it asks what to typeset, and it is therefore not directly related to the TeX world. As for my opinion, I usually don't rotate the caption, and I wouldn't remove the page number, as far as scientific publications are concerned.
Jun
25
comment How do I insert pictures into my LaTeX document?
You say you use a GIF file but your example document shows JPG. So what is it really? Do you use PDFLaTeX or something else?
Jun
23
comment Underlining with ulem package breaks footnotes
+1 Underlining should not be used at all, anyways. And it certainly makes no sense to underline a text that is long enough to contain a footnote.
Jun
23
comment TikZ: Key to the \draw command to modify the inside nodes
Ah cool. (Btw, the problem of manuals: everything is so easy if you know what do you look for.)
Jun
14
comment How do I typeset a fraction of Young tableaux?
I just try to get the best possible for reasonable (time) costs :)
Jun
14
comment How do I typeset a fraction of Young tableaux?
@Mico That's quite true. I wanted it to be short and similar to stuff like \sfrac. Nevertheless, \yngfrac should do the job ;)
Jun
14
comment How do I typeset a fraction of Young tableaux?
I don't see how it helps, you can as well change 1.5em to something smaller with a very similar effect, but then you get a very vertical slash ;)
Jun
14
comment How do I typeset a fraction of Young tableaux?
The problem of this sort of solutions is that the stroke comes out too thick :-/
Jun
9
comment Automatic per-mode switch from symbol to reciprocal
Welcome to TeX.SX! You got +1 from me for a perfect MWE :)
Jun
9
comment Macro to generate ordinal words from numbers?
@NicolaTalbot Yes I know. I only now realized that I forgot to start by "+1" :)
Jun
9
comment Macro to generate ordinal words from numbers?
The only objective I have is the usage of the superscript.
Jun
9
comment Sum within a fraction
This is the proper way, in order to save some vertical space.
Jun
7
comment Three variables look like a word
$\mathrm{e}^{\mathrm{i}nt}$ maybe?
Jun
6
comment Macros formatting/arranging words {A_1}{A_2},…{A_n} into predefined paragraph for varying n and tagging
@GuidoJorg Such things have been done for \cite and \ref before, and for many other stuff to, mostly using some variant of foreach. So depending on what you need it for, very likely you'll be re-discovering America.
Jun
4
comment TikZ code for drawing an icosahedron and labeling
Welcome to TeX.SX! As @LaRiFaRi says, please help us to help you and add a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. It will be much easier for us to reproduce your situation and find out what the issue is when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document}
Jun
4
comment Why no vertical-mode Knuth-Plass?
@JuanA.Navarro The issue was addressed by the author of Patoline. I'm not entirely sure what was his approach. I believe that he tries to fit in the paragraphs, and if he fails to do it reasonably well, he unsets the previous page, re-break the paragraphs and gives it another try. However, I'm afraid that once you sub-optimize an NP-complete problem, you get seriously unstable results (much more unstable than what happens with TeX).