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Oct
1
comment Conflict between mathabx and accents packages
How very stupid of me. Thank you!
Oct
1
comment Conflict between mathabx and accents packages
I've added the minimum working example. I noticed it might be a conflict between the accents and the mathabx package (I kind of need both).
Oct
1
comment Conflict between mathabx and accents packages
@egreg Thank you for taking the time of reading my question. I updated it with the error message I was getting. As for the minimal working example, the compilation error isn't of any specific usage of the package, it's the package itself. I could post my whole preamble, but it's kind of a mess.
Sep
29
comment How to use LaTeX with Inkscape (MAC OS X)
Inkscape works fine on mac: all you do is write latex inside $ $ in text boxes in your image, and then export to pdf with the latex option as explained in this answer. When you export you get a pdf (with no latex in it) and .pdf_tex file which you can open and copy the contents of inside your main latex file. Making sure directories match, you will get your image with the overlaid math text. There is no need for a "Extensions>Render>" option, as explained here at the very bottom
May
16
comment modification to comment environment
One last thing... I think I understand the issue about the flow being interrupted (so I will eventually have to manually get rid of all comments, correct?), but it would look a bit nicer if the paragraph after my notes wasn't indented. Please don't bother about this if it would entail a completely new solution, the one you wrote up in your answer is fine.
May
16
comment modification to comment environment
Yes, this is exactly what I wanted. Thanks a lot!
Mar
18
comment spacing in tikz
Thanks a lot, I'll try this solution out as well.
Mar
18
comment spacing in tikz
One last question... do you know how I could typeset something above the horizontal arrows? Edit Nevermind, I got it ;)
Mar
18
comment spacing in tikz
Thanks a lot, this is exactly what I was looking for :)
May
3
comment How to get Itemize not to skip the first line
I was about to edit my question with the MWE, but you beat me to it! This is exactly what I was looking for, thank you very much.
May
3
comment How to get Itemize not to skip the first line
Sure, thanks for pointing it out. Here it is. I added the itemize environment myself, it wasn't part of the original template.
Jun
2
comment A large “#” symbol
@AndrewSwann Thanks! This is what I was looking for. You may close the question as a duplicate now... sorry I didn´t spot it myself.
Feb
8
comment Numbering of subsections in the appendix
Yes, thank you very much! Great strategy using \section{Appendix}, hadn't thought of it. Theorem numbering works fine as well. Upvoted and accepted :)
Feb
8
comment Numbering of subsections in the appendix
@Corentin no not really, I'm really only interested in numbering in subsections, since that's pretty much the only section level I want to use (\section being the level of the appendix itself). I would like to keep using the \appendix environment though, since I want theorems numbered with letters. The reason for all this is that sections would be too bulky in relation to their length, and to the length of sections in the main body of my thesis.
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, ...
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
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".