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I'm a computer science student and software developer from Switzerland. I especially enjoy working with Python and Django.

I usually post my OSS Code at https://github.com/gwrtheyrn.


Jan
4
comment Raggedbottom before Headings
tex.stackexchange is incredible :) Thanks a lot, Andrew.
Jan
3
comment Raggedbottom before Headings
Thanks. This works, although I had to change the "minus 3cm" part to "minus 1cm", otherwise there were places where the section heading overlapped the text before it.
Dec
4
comment Hide subsection numbering in body, but not in TOC
Thanks! That works :)
Dec
4
comment Hide subsection numbering in body, but not in TOC
@karlkoeller If you post your comment as answer, I'll accept it.
Dec
3
comment Hide subsection numbering in body, but not in TOC
The TOC looks nicer with the numbers, the hierarchy is clearer. But in the body itself, it can be distracting when there are many, but short subsections.
Sep
7
comment Horizontal alignment of text blocks
@jfbu: Yes, true.
Sep
7
comment Horizontal alignment of text blocks
@jfbu I can also control the inner space by using \hspace instead of \hfill. @David Carisle: Yes, I'll try to post complete examples next time :)
Sep
7
comment Horizontal alignment of text blocks
Thanks for the edit! Works great now. And with using \hspace instead of \hfill I can control the exact space between the arrow and the blocks.
Sep
7
comment Horizontal alignment of text blocks
Thanks, but that doesn't really solve the problem. If I use {.4\textwidth} as width for the blocks, the arrow is not centered at all.
Mar
27
comment TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
Thanks, this helped!
Mar
26
comment TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
Thanks for this answer, very appreciated :) The lines between the inputs and the sum function are not straight, but it looks fine the way it is!
Mar
26
comment TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
@percusse ok, i'll do that next time :)
Mar
26
comment TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
@percusse The problem is that I don't know what approach/tikzlibrary/layout to use. Therefore a MWE would be just a "base skeleton" with the standalone documentclass. PeterGrill: Ok, I could split it up into different questions (e.g. how to align the inputs around the sum function). But maybe there's a layout or library well suited for this problem, that's why I'm asking.
Feb
20
comment Flexible vspace
Thanks, I just saw your edit when I wanted to post a minimal example :) Works now.
Feb
20
comment Flexible vspace
Is there a way to prevent the items showing up in the table of contents?
Feb
10
comment Flexible vspace
thanks, it was an error on my side :) It works great now (although I use 7mm as space before, instead of \topsep.
Feb
10
comment Flexible vspace
Thanks for the extensive answer. What I don't understand: Why do you define a diarymark command, but never use it? Also, pdflatex complains about "Illegal parameter number in definition of \diarydate". If I add a [1] parameter count, another error message pops up: "LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item"
Feb
10
comment Flexible vspace
@DavidCarlisle Thanks, but in this case I don't want the maximum. Rather, I want the diarydate not to add any space at all when following a heading.
Jan
21
comment Making a shorter minus
Simple macro for this: \newcommand{\unaryminus}{\scalebox{0.75}[1.0]{\( - \)}}. Then you can insert a unary minus with \unaryminus.
Jan
16
comment Changing the working directory when including files in a subdirectory
Same issue as @JamesFennell here. Would be great if Stephan could fix that in the answer.