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Jan
20
comment Forcing linebreaks in \url
I used the same solution, but with UrlBigBreaks. Does anybody know whether this has any adverse effects?
Sep
17
comment Box around a few items in an itemize environment
Awesome solution! Just one note, it does not interact well with tikzexternalize. Take a look at this to disable tikzexternalize inside \tikzmark and \DrawBox.
Sep
9
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
23
comment Which packages should be loaded after hyperref instead of before?
@MatthiasPospiech, could you please repost your template? The link seems dead.
Apr
30
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
8
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
3
comment underfull vbox (badness 10000) with memoir
Indeed, overfull vbox-es go away and the documents seems somewhat prettier, since all whitespace is put at the bottom of the pages. Thanks!
Aug
3
accepted underfull vbox (badness 10000) with memoir
Aug
3
asked underfull vbox (badness 10000) with memoir
Jul
18
accepted Using the correct indefinite article with acronyms and their full forms
Jul
17
asked Using the correct indefinite article with acronyms and their full forms
Jul
3
awarded  Good Question
Jun
8
awarded  Scholar
Jun
8
comment Something between \frownie and \smiley
This answer is so incredibly cool. :) May I suggest lowering the mouth, as the "smiley_level" is decreasing? I tried \draw[domain=-\eyeX:\eyeX] plot ({\x},{-0.1+#1*0.15-#1*1.75*\yScale*(sin((\x+\eyeX)/\xScale))-\eyeY}); At any rate, I favor the idea of creating a tizemoticon package. :)
Jun
8
accepted Something between \frownie and \smiley
Jun
7
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
7
awarded  Student
Jun
7
comment Something between \frownie and \smiley
@doncherry Thanks for the comment. I was hoping for a solution without \includegraphics{}
Jun
7
asked Something between \frownie and \smiley