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Jan
18
comment ref to subsection number only
I can't seem to reconstruct where and how I used this, sorry.
Nov
28
comment What is the history of the ß (Eszett) in the T1 encoding of Computer modern?
This is a very nice answer, thank you. I'll probably accept it later.
Nov
28
comment What is the history of the ß (Eszett) in the T1 encoding of Computer modern?
I've updated the question so that it is less opinion based and still the answers that are already still fit. I hope it passes like this.
Nov
28
comment What is the history of the ß (Eszett) in the T1 encoding of Computer modern?
@clemens Sure... the little vertical bar sticking out of the ß seems to be fashionable with font designers. The ß in lmodern looks better, but it also has the vertical bar. This would be a question for fonts.stackexchange if it existed.
Nov
28
comment What is the history of the ß (Eszett) in the T1 encoding of Computer modern?
@clemens Maybe the ß was not part of the original Computer Modern font? Here's a relevant discussion: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1390/latin-modern-vs-cm-super/…
Nov
28
comment What is the history of the ß (Eszett) in the T1 encoding of Computer modern?
I mentioned two things that I find weird right below the image. I could go on and on about how ugly this letter is :) I mean, look at the wiggly line. Why on earth does it change to from super-thin to super-fat with an almost non-differentiable bend????
Oct
1
comment After migration to MacOSX 10.11 “El Capitan”, how to run simple utilities such as “texdoc” and “kpsewhich”?
Just add it to your path in your shell init file. If you have not changed your shell, it is /Users/YOURUSERNAME/.bashrc. Google for "change PATH variable" if you run into trouble.
Oct
1
comment AUCTeX View and Compile commands in Emacs 24.4
Yes, elisp needs to be recompiled after change of major versions of emacs: stackoverflow.com/questions/24725778/…
Oct
1
comment After migration to MacOSX 10.11 “El Capitan”, how to run simple utilities such as “texdoc” and “kpsewhich”?
The duplicates should not hurt, although it would be good to debug why they are there. I have /Library/TeX/texbin in my path, and I'm not adding it manually in any user local config files. It's globally added to PATH my MacTeX. Do you have MacTeX 2015?
Oct
1
comment After migration to MacOSX 10.11 “El Capitan”, how to run simple utilities such as “texdoc” and “kpsewhich”?
When you do a fresh install of MacTex 2015, it will create all the symlinks in /Library/TeX/texbin/, so you can add that to your PATH variable. MacTeX also tries to do that upon installation, but maybe you are using a different shell? Is that what you are asking?
Aug
22
comment Horizontal equivalent to \raisebox?
Very nice, and much easier to get working than the other answers. Thank you
Aug
21
comment Can bibulous sort references alphabetically?
Phantastic. Thanks!
May
30
comment Tikz' sloped text with refs has non sloped link boxes
I varied my minimal example to illustrate the bent path. I appreciate your effort, but essentially you are working around the bug / missing feature in tikz by computing the angles from the coordinates.
May
30
comment Tikz' sloped text with refs has non sloped link boxes
Your solution won't work for me because I don't know the angles in advance and I can't compute them. The minimal example is stripped down but in the actual application this is a more complex figure with many automatically computed paths that are bent in various ways.
May
30
comment Tikz' sloped text with refs has non sloped link boxes
Thanks for your answers, but they more or less replicate what was in the answers I already linked. See my new example.
May
27
comment Tikz' sloped text with refs has non sloped link boxes
I'm on the run, but what happens if you have two or more hyperrefs in your node?
May
27
comment Making clickable links to sections with hyperref
Great, thanks. I only tried \hyperlink.
May
26
comment ref to subsection number only
OK, this is because the hyperref package stores more information. It has five parameters of which only the first must be passed on: \def\@firstoftwo@third#1#2{% becomes \def\@firstoftwo@third#1#2#3#4#5{%
May
26
comment ref to subsection number only
This does not work for me. It prints not only the desired number but also the section title and then again the full section number.