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Associate professor, Lund University. Research interests: several complex variables, in particular pluripotential theory.


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awarded  Autobiographer
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revised Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
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answered Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
Nov
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comment Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
Thank you! That solved the center problem, but alas not the showtrims one. I posted my alternative workaround which seems to take care of both issues.
Nov
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comment Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
@egreg I don't really use the minimal class, but I thought it was still the recommended one for MWE:s
Nov
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revised Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
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comment Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
@InPSTrickswetrust Yes, the thought did occur to me. A downside is that the original author will have to work further with the document, and he's not very tech-savvy. That solution might be too complicated for him. (Also, there are hundreds of figures and I'd rather not spend the time stripping the figures out of the tex-files, even if that step can be somewhat automated.)
Nov
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comment Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
@Bernard Yes, but that causes other problems (letterspacing small caps doesn't work with xelatex at least not with microtype, textls). Also compiling this document with xelatex is extremely slow.
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asked Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Aligned equations in LaTeX
To me, this doesn't look good at all with the excessive space on line 1.
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comment Redistributing pdfLaTeX as a part of an application
Would you be willing to share that application? I would find it useful!
Sep
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awarded  Critic
Sep
18
accepted mdframed behaves differently in TeXlive 2011 and TeXlive 2012
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comment mdframed behaves differently in TeXlive 2011 and TeXlive 2012
Oops, you're right. I was under the impression that keyval didn't care about the trailing spaces, but I guess it makes sense in that particular option. The entire code block is probably inserted and the spaces will show up. Still doesn't explain the difference between TL2011 and TL2012 though.
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asked mdframed behaves differently in TeXlive 2011 and TeXlive 2012