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Feb
5
asked How I could raise a footnote?
Jan
20
comment How to put properly an angle or a bracket at the front or on the top of a box?
@Thurston I tried the following code \makeatletter \newcommand{\raisemath}[1]{\mathpalette{\raisem@th{#1}}} \newcommand{\raisem@th}[3]{\raisebox{#1}{$#2#3$}} \makeatother \def\boxx{\left[ \rule[0ex]{0cm}{2.1cm}\right.} baseline _ $\raisemath{1.9cm}{\boxx }$ \rule[0ex]{3cm}{4cm} The problem is that I can not automate this code to any possible figure..
Jan
20
comment How to put properly an angle or a bracket at the front or on the top of a box?
@Thurston I tried raise but how much should I raise? If I raise the bracket it will go higher than the upper left corner of the box. My question is somehow general. Actually, I have a problem trying to put some comments with a bracket at the middle front of some geometrical objects. I don't want to use many package like tikz or similar..Just a simple idea how to put a nice bracket .at the front of the box with the same height.
Jan
20
asked How to put properly an angle or a bracket at the front or on the top of a box?
Jan
12
comment Define a new command in a `declarative way"
If I understand well, you say that it is impossible to define a function like \bfseries (i.e. \foo text ...) without any need for brackets ? For example something like \redtext.....\blacktext ....(no need of { and } like pressing a button...)
Jan
9
comment Define a new command in a `declarative way"
ManYY Thanks! This is what I was looking for! A question: Why \bfseries works qood even without braces(like pressing a button)? You just write \bfseries and everhing after that is bold! What is the mechanism behind? Another question: What do you mean by verbatim-like commands?
Jan
9
comment Define a new command in a `declarative way"
@Alenanno I don't know how \bfseries is defined.But looks like pressing a button. Everything in its right is bold. I would like to see how one could define a command in this way. Then I could define new functions like \red, \underline \overline etc. and write simply \red \underline a textWithManyLines instead \red{\underline{ text...}} That is my question!
Jan
8
comment Define a new command in a `declarative way"
Alenanno Thanks for the answer! Both \bfseries and \itshapes are declarative so is their combination. My question is very general. I would like to write {\url google.com} instead of \url{google.com} etc. My opinion is that if a command use a lengtly argument then is better to be defined in declerative way. So my question is : How one could define such commands ?
Jan
7
asked Define a new command in a `declarative way"
Dec
22
comment Is it possible to automatically replace commands shortcuts with the corresponding TeX commands?
kornaros inside a command! I don't believe it!!!
Dec
19
comment Is it possible to automatically replace commands shortcuts with the corresponding TeX commands?
I have only one problem. I can not use { } like {TeX} In this way I can not use commands inside other commands I dont understand the reason!
Dec
19
comment Is it possible to automatically replace commands shortcuts with the corresponding TeX commands?
I always like simple ideas. Thank you!
Dec
19
comment Is it possible to automatically replace commands shortcuts with the corresponding TeX commands?
@jfbu Thank you for the package. It looks interesting. I have not linux, Vim only windows without power editors, In any case, thank you all for your interesting!
Dec
18
asked Is it possible to automatically replace commands shortcuts with the corresponding TeX commands?
Dec
18
comment Is it possible to make an environment or a command such that every word inside it is transformed into a TeX command?
I wonder if one could make a list of commmands like mycommands={ TeX, c, new, another, Do, Re, Mi} etc. so that one could have a better control of what word should be consider as a command inside myspecialcommand!
Dec
17
comment Is it possible to make an environment or a command such that every word inside it is transformed into a TeX command?
@egreg I couldn't take an output! The error is: Undefined control sequence. <argument> \c_backslash_str new l.21 \myspecialcommand{new another c{c}}
Dec
17
comment Is it possible to make an environment or a command such that every word inside it is transformed into a TeX command?
@Sean Allred I think that the user will never try c{c{c}} ! As I told before there exists many cases that everything inserted in is actuallly a command so it would be more faster and maybe more readable if the use of \ is hiden or eliminated inside this command..Also many users have not special editors for multiple replacements so I think is a good idea for such a special command
Dec
17
asked Is it possible to make an environment or a command such that every word inside it is transformed into a TeX command?
Nov
9
comment How change the default font size of a particular font mid document?
@cfr! Yes, indeed. The code before \fontspec{\hebrewfont} is indeed OK. The problem exists after that. I think that \fontspec has some problems. You cannt pick a font using \fontspec{\hebrewfont} . You have to use explicitly its name Linux Libertine Oafter \fontspec... The problem is irerevalent with stackengine package! Thanks for your interest!
Nov
9
revised How change the default font size of a particular font mid document?
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