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@: I tidied up your question a bit, hope that's OK.

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May
24
comment Wrong vertical space in theorem environment closed by an equation
@daleif: With e-TeX it's a lot simpler ...
May
24
revised Wrong vertical space in theorem environment closed by an equation
simplified code with e-TeX
May
24
comment Blackboard bold variants for Greek letters
+1 from new, in particular for the \Bmu. You could improve the \Balpha by using a \rule instead of the \shortmid.
May
23
revised Wrong vertical space in theorem environment closed by an equation
added some more explanation
May
23
comment Wrong vertical space in theorem environment closed by an equation
@daleif: I had hoped so - thank you :-)
May
23
answered Wrong vertical space in theorem environment closed by an equation
May
23
comment Wrong vertical space in theorem environment closed by an equation
This gives much more space after the equation than before (due to the relatively large stretch of 1cm). And varying the 1cm gives sometimes more, sometimes less space after than before.
May
23
awarded  Nice Answer
May
22
awarded  Nice Answer
May
22
revised Widow word on a page? I thought LaTeX wouldn't do that
removed obsolete sentence
May
22
comment use of limits after a non-math operator
@Dominic: There's no problem per se, but using subscripts with _ (and possibly \limits) is just the standard way one should have in mind. I'm mostly talking about clarity of the code here.
May
22
comment use of limits after a non-math operator
The second solution is good, but I wouldn't recommend using \underset.
May
22
revised Why no vertical-mode Knuth-Plass?
added explanatory snippet from the TeXbook
May
22
revised Set bullet instead of dot using \dot
comparison with \overset
May
22
comment Why no vertical-mode Knuth-Plass?
Hmm, I think it was the computer memory rather than the speed that was relevant. See also the first link in barbara's answer.
May
22
answered Set bullet instead of dot using \dot
May
22
answered Why no vertical-mode Knuth-Plass?
May
22
answered Best practice for typesetting quantifiers?
May
21
comment Putting a header above the cases in an equation
Your \vphantom{blah} adjustment is a bit too small, see the comment to my answer.
May
21
comment Putting a header above the cases in an equation
@jmc: I mostly agree. Note, however, that John's answer depends on the implementation of cases, too: he uses that it is based of array. Moreover, I just realized that his \vphantom{blah} gives only an adjustment of 12pt (instead of 14.4pt) before the cases since he doesn't use \renewcommand\arraystretch{1.2} for the outer array.