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Dec
6
revised Table does not fit
removed longtable tag
Dec
5
comment Serious problems with tabularx table layout
your code doesn't compile for several reasons however you are not saying it doesn't so I am not entirely sure what your problem actually is. for information, with the code provided: you are trying to use tabularx but are loading the tabu package; you are using toprule/(c)midrule/bottomrule without loading the booktabs package.
Nov
26
comment The - (dash) disappears in document url
It might also help to know which pdf viewer you are using.
Nov
13
comment Bundle PDF+LaTeX source and open with Preview
There is a package that was released on ctan last month (embedall) that could provide an acceptable solution to your problem. I haven't tried it myself but was very interested to see it.
Nov
13
revised Copying title style
corrected spelling/grammar
Nov
8
comment Table width and Header
Also note that the any text after a % character is considered a comment and not parsed. you should replace the instances of % with the escaped version \%.
Nov
5
revised how to compile bbl file in command prompt
fixed typos in title
Oct
28
comment Table way out of margin
have you tried the solutions from these questions: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/71419/how-to-fit-a-wide-table or tex.stackexchange.com/questions/16582/…
Oct
28
revised Table way out of margin
not related to longtable. here, the table is wide.
Oct
28
revised Table way out of margin
formatted code properly
Oct
24
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Oct
24
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Oct
18
comment Dialect of the `[1.]` suffix in `\begin{enumerate}[1.]`?
@daleif I had forgotten about that option! nice one.
Oct
18
comment Dialect of the `[1.]` suffix in `\begin{enumerate}[1.]`?
alternatively you can load the enumitem package and use [label=\arabic*.] instead of [1.]
Sep
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
2
reviewed Approve how to include subfigures in list of figures or sub tables in the list of tables
Aug
30
comment pdflatex without ghostscript to preserve transparency of included pdfs
Well, it may indeed switch transparency on, but it does it in such a way that display gets rather messed up on pages with transparency elements (font become heavier and look not anti aliases. Adding the \pdfpageattr line make the document uniform. I suspect the default is to change the transparency setting on a page to page basis which for some reasons adobe reader cannot render properly. As for the advice to increase the pdf version, I was only doing that to match the highest version of the included elements. The other solution would be in reduce the pdf version of the image at creation.
Aug
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
23
comment pdflatex without ghostscript to preserve transparency of included pdfs
@mangledorf Having tested your code on mac I can indeed see the same thing. however, it is not the transparency which is not working for me but only the gradient. (the light blue square is indeed transparent can one can see the text through it.) can you confirm that this is the case for you?
Aug
23
answered pdflatex without ghostscript to preserve transparency of included pdfs