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comment Adding a rectangular box with tikz to table (beamer)
I'm not convinced that this is a direct duplicate. Are the solutions in the other question compatible with dcolumn?
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comment Adding a rectangular box with tikz to table (beamer)
In your case yes, in the original case not so.
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comment Adding a rectangular box with tikz to table (beamer)
D column type comes from dcolumn package and is intended for items aligned at a decimal point. I'm afraid that it's crucial to the OP. As well, you then need \multicolumn{1} to change D to c in the first line.
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comment Which rating symbols are recommended?
I'm afraid that this is a question about choosing notation rather than about how to use the notation in LaTeX. You could have larger chances at User Experience, but as it stands, it wouldn't probably be accepted there. You would have to get rid of the TeXnical part of the question at all and just show a picture of the table.
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comment How to make Æ Ø Å copyable from the PDF output
@UlrikeFischer I'm sure this has been asked before, but I'm unable to find the original question...
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comment Change name of abstract
@MyUserIsThis Please follow what Christian Hupfer requests and add a Minimal Working Example ("working" here means "can be compiled and shows the formatting error you deal with").
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comment Change name of abstract
@Sverre The OP says that \renewcommand\abstractname{...} doesn't work the expected way. How is it a duplicate then?
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comment unbold title and no line break for a subsection
Your request for having one subsection with a completely different style than the other subsections is strange, but I agree that it's not a duplicate anymore. However, 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}.
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comment Can I get `$$…$$` to behave like `\[…\]`?
I don't share your sense of aesthetics. Typing 30 chars more is not what slows you down when writing a mathematical text.
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comment Can I get `$$…$$` to behave like `\[…\]`?
If you forget that you're not in plain TeX, you should correct yourself, not the system. No, this is effectively not possible. You could implement it, but it would be too fragile to be usable in general. As well, feature requests don't belong on this site :-) (that's to the "LaTeX3" part of your text); I'm also sure that I know at least two LaTeX3 developers who would never implement this :-)
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comment Can I make all section headings bigger?
@supercoolphysicist If you want it only for one title type, you should really modify this one title type in the standard way the package offers. Just read its documentation.
Apr
22
comment Need to produce one tex document in multiple volumes
Honestly, you're asking for something that would cost a fortune as a commercial project. Good luck!
Apr
22
comment Problem with \frac macro
@Mico Yes. I would just not offer \cdot as an alternative :)
Apr
22
comment Problem with \frac macro
@Mico Unless it's a specific type of product (scalar, vector, tensor), I would omit the multiplication symbols altogether, they are superfluous. In some places, a thin space should be then added, basically anywhere before \Delta.
Apr
22
comment Can I write in “begin{}” something in greek?
Can someone explain to me what is unclear about this question? I realize it shows lack of some LaTeX knowledge, but this itself doesn't make it unclear.
Apr
22
comment defining a new infix command
Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format. The answer to your question is really: No, you can't define an infix macro, only the primitive ones are available. But I'll let some more educated people write a proper answer.
Apr
20
comment How to convert text in a PDF file from fonts/text to outlines?
This does not convert the fonts, it keeps them there! And FWIW, it has always been the case for gs9+.
Apr
20
comment How to convert text in a PDF file from fonts/text to outlines?
@eacousineau It does, but pdf2svg is obviously unable to use float numbers properly, because my graphics got destroyed by the utility. Anyways, this answer is out-dated, it doesn't work in gs9+.
Apr
20
comment How can I convert text to paths with pdflatex?
Am I stupid, or this answers a completely different question?!
Apr
20
comment How can I convert text to paths with pdflatex?
This doesn't work any more, certainly not in gs9.14.