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Oct
12
comment Sectioning created via titlesec have wrong \label
... of course, the titleformat for task will also have to be changed to reflect that.
Oct
12
comment Recommended citation key construction
I second point 1.
Oct
12
answered Recommended citation key construction
Oct
12
answered How do I set up appendices?
Oct
12
revised No indentation at the beginning of environment
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Oct
12
comment No indentation at the beginning of environment
Ah. You want to trim newlines too. Answer modified to reflect that.
Oct
12
answered No indentation at the beginning of environment
Oct
11
comment How do I set up appendices?
Is \section* a typo?
Oct
11
answered Preparing PDF files for ebook readers, etc.
Oct
11
comment titlesec versus titling; mangling \thetitle
Nah, I'm putting together a class file for writing lecture notes, and am using titling to format the output of \maketitle, so I'm not just using it for the one command. Redefining \title does work. Thanks.
Oct
11
comment titlesec versus titling; mangling \thetitle
Unfortunately, I don't know how to =( I am following the manual in the latest release, which does make the comment in a footnote that "The way page styles works have been reimplemented in full in release 2.3. However in most cases you won't notice a difference at all." And this is with the documentation that comes with release 2.8...
Oct
11
asked titlesec versus titling; mangling \thetitle
Oct
11
accepted microtype font expansion and DVI output; problem with kpathsea
Oct
10
comment microtype font expansion and DVI output; problem with kpathsea
Ah. somehow I missed that part of the manual. Thanks.
Oct
10
asked microtype font expansion and DVI output; problem with kpathsea
Oct
9
answered XDVI and composition managers
Oct
9
comment XDVI and composition managers
Yes. Just run it with the -watchfile <n> flag, where <n> is the number of seconds to wait between checking for file changes. See man xdvi for more details.
Oct
8
comment End of theorem marker placement
...which is why I'm glad you took a look also. I agree it is hard to figure out what the "intent" is. I am a bit surprised that OUP opted for hacking amsthm instead of ntheorem, which, IIRC, already has the same sets of defaults (open box for thms and filled box for proofs), and works better.
Oct
8
answered End of theorem marker placement
Oct
7
accepted Citing a range of papers (using numeric keys)?