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I completed my first year of studies in mathematics at University of Montreal. My current interests are number theory, analysis, measure theory and abstract algebra.


Feb
28
accepted Removing arrow tips in TikZCD
Feb
28
comment Removing arrow tips in TikZCD
This answer helped me. Problem solved! tex.stackexchange.com/questions/100998/…
Feb
28
comment Removing arrow tips in TikZCD
Added : lucky me, only the dash option seems to fail, the (most of) other arrow tips in section 1.2 run just fine.
Feb
28
comment Removing arrow tips in TikZCD
For some reason, this code is not working : \begin{tikzcd} K \arrow[dash]{d} \\ F \end{tikzcd}. I get the error "Package pgfkeys Error: I do not know the key '/tikz/dash' and I am going to i gnore it. Perhaps you misspelled it."
Feb
28
comment Removing arrow tips in TikZCD
Do you know if I can make the [dash] option applied to the whole environment? Otherwise I have to type \ar[dash] all the time.
Feb
28
comment Removing arrow tips in TikZCD
Wow, how did I go through the whole document without seeing this. Thanks!
Feb
28
comment Removing arrow tips in TikZCD
Thanks for the edit, I always forget how to render this...
Feb
28
asked Removing arrow tips in TikZCD
Feb
19
awarded  Yearling
Sep
12
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
22
comment Carrying counters over to another file
Okay, thanks! I didn't know that. I know now what \makeatletter does but seeing that @ character at first made me think it was TeX because I never do that in LaTeX.
Aug
22
comment Carrying counters over to another file
Actually I like this solution because I use counters to number my environments but it is nice to use \label and \ref to refer to my environments. Great answer!
Aug
21
accepted Carrying counters over to another file
Aug
21
comment Carrying counters over to another file
So your home-made \storecounter command is the one that turns my counter values into labels? It looks quite complicated to setup... am I wrong thinking this is a TeX-made command, and not a LaTeX one? I can only do LaTeX so it looks like chinese to me, but it seems to work exactly the way I want it.
Aug
21
comment Carrying counters over to another file
Something like this, but I don't quite understand how to work it out : tug.org/pipermail/texhax/2006-July/006599.html
Aug
21
comment Carrying counters over to another file
I feel like I'm doing something wrong here. Am I being out of line by trying to carry that counter value across files?
Aug
21
comment Carrying counters over to another file
In respond to your last comment ; yes, good.
Aug
21
comment Carrying counters over to another file
The command \setcounterref does the opposite of what I want ; since label values can go across files with the package xr, I wanted to assign a counter value to a label so that the counter value goes across the file. Your example shows how to carry a label value across files, that I can do. This is where I am stuck. I have a counter in file1 and I want its value to be carried over to file2. Do you understand my problem better?
Aug
21
comment Carrying counters over to another file
Why do you need \section{A section}\label{---->file1<----:sec} this part in file1??
Aug
21
comment Carrying counters over to another file
I am looking at refcount to better understand your answer. Thanks for taking the time, I'll come back to you in a few minutes!