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Feb
8
comment Numbering of subsections in the appendix
@Corentin yes I'm using article as a documentclass. The default seems to be that sections, not subsections, are numbered with letters. Subsections are numbered A1, A2... where A is the section. If I omit the section (which I would want to be the appendix itself) all I get is subsections numbered .1, .2, ...
Feb
8
revised Numbering of subsections in the appendix
added 112 characters in body
Feb
8
asked Numbering of subsections in the appendix
Jan
24
awarded  Yearling
Jan
5
comment Move QED symbol to the left, i.e. at the end of the sentence
@henrique But I tried \leavevmode and it works, while ommitting it or \unskip altogether doesn't.
Jan
4
accepted Forcing math mode to be on the same line
Jan
4
comment Forcing math mode to be on the same line
Thanks, your recommended preamble commands combined with the sloppy command look like a good solution.
Jan
4
comment Forcing math mode to be on the same line
@ScottH. Yes, the sloppy command is useful. I had missed that part of the question. Thanks.
Jan
4
comment Forcing math mode to be on the same line
Thanks for your answer. As you predicted, by using \colon I got a line break after the arrow, which in my opinion doesn't look good either. I'm a bit reluctant to add \nolinebreaks in the final revision, because I might always go back and change something, which would change everything... There must be a standard way to do this though: if getting line breaks that don't look good is nevertheless considered standard, I have no problem adopting it. Is it standard?
Jan
4
comment Forcing math mode to be on the same line
@ScottH. Thanks for your comment, I hadn't seen that question. However it seems as though using braces has more or less the same outcome as mbox: it just forces the stuff between the dollar signs to stay on the initial line, not to be treated as "unbreakable".
Jan
4
revised Forcing math mode to be on the same line
edited title
Jan
4
comment Forcing math mode to be on the same line
@Werner Thanks, I only plan to use it for short expressions like $f: M \rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ which got broken after the ":". Your \mbox{$...$} solves this by making the whole expression stay on the first line, but that isn't exactly what I was after: I would like everything inside the dollar signs to be treated as it it were a sequence of characters with no spaces, so if it all doesn't fit on the first line, I would like it to be typeset on the line below that, adjusting spacing accordingly. Is this possible, maybe with a command in the preamble?
Jan
4
asked Forcing math mode to be on the same line
Jan
4
comment Move QED symbol to the left, i.e. at the end of the sentence
@henrique Thanks a lot, it works!
Jan
4
comment Move QED symbol to the left, i.e. at the end of the sentence
For some reason I get an error message saying that "I can't use unskip in vertical mode" when I use the code \renewcommand{\qed}{\unskip\nobreak\quad\qedsymbol}%, when using an align enviroment inside the proof environment.
Jan
3
accepted problem with align
Jan
3
comment problem with align
Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for. I didn't know you could use one environment inside the other. Accepted!
Jan
3
comment problem with align
But now the aligned equations aren't centered as they were before.
Jan
3
comment problem with align
But I wanted to put my short remark in a shortintertext to avoid losing a lot of space. Perhaps there is no way to avoid alignign equations starting from the first line in the align environment...
Jan
3
comment problem with align
Thanks for your answer. The point, however, is that I don't want the part after the short remark to be aligned with anything above. I would like the first line to have its own natural spacing and would like to start aligning stuff after that, which is what happens if I use two separate align environments.