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Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
accepted Vertical lines in table where none is supposed to be
Jan
8
comment Vertical lines in table where none is supposed to be
That did the trick. Thank you. If you want you can answer the question so I can accept your answer.
Jan
8
asked Vertical lines in table where none is supposed to be
Oct
14
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
6
accepted Force multiple lines for the name tag
Mar
6
accepted LaTeX Error: Option clash for package xcolor (for table)
Mar
6
comment Force multiple lines for the name tag
True, though by using several names in the name tag, it is possible. And because of this solution, I am able to put the names on 2 lines. Though the addresses are glued to the names atm
Mar
6
comment Force multiple lines for the name tag
Ok that seems to put them on two lines. Though the addresses which are put in \address stick to the names and \vspace or \\ or \newline is not separating them.
Mar
6
comment Force multiple lines for the name tag
In the style file I found: "\def\name#1{\gdef\@name{{\em #1}\\}}"
Mar
6
comment Force multiple lines for the name tag
It is latex style file provided to me.
Mar
6
awarded  Editor
Mar
6
revised Force multiple lines for the name tag
added 504 characters in body
Mar
6
asked Force multiple lines for the name tag
Feb
21
awarded  Critic
Feb
1
accepted Display a figure over 2 columns in a 2 column layout on a fixed position
Jan
31
comment Display a figure over 2 columns in a 2 column layout on a fixed position
If I use "H", it just disappears completely. If I use h it will appear on top of a page where it is not supposed to be
Jan
31
comment Display a figure over 2 columns in a 2 column layout on a fixed position
I want to have the figure on a fixed position. And the "why", I have no idea. It just isn't appearing on the right page
Jan
31
asked Display a figure over 2 columns in a 2 column layout on a fixed position
Dec
16
comment LaTeX Error: Option clash for package xcolor (for table)
Moving it up worked, will accept this as soon as the site allows me to