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Aug
9
comment Horrible table layout
+1 good use of (much maligned) midrules, although I would make them slightly lighter, if possible. An alternative, depending on the ultimate output medium, might be to alternate background colours of the rows between white and light grey.
Jul
29
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Jun
11
comment Package natbib Error: Bibliography not compatible with author-year citations
The spbasic.bst doesn't have this problem for me, but the spmpsci.bst does. But if I use the svjour3.cls document class, I can't use natbib as you suggest, because of a clash of options. Also, doesn't setting numbers mean that you're no-longer using author-date?
May
29
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May
28
revised How to add a forced line break inside a table cell
Add example image
May
28
suggested suggested edit on How to add a forced line break inside a table cell
May
14
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May
13
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May
2
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Apr
2
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Mar
19
comment Using latexdiff with git
Any easy way to copy across auxiliary files, like bibtex files?
Mar
13
comment As a devoted LaTeX user, how do I most effectively use software which is *not* TeX-based?
Also, @KennyPeanuts, since this is clearly a more broadly applicable answer than the selected one, you should choose this as the accepted answer.
Mar
13
comment As a devoted LaTeX user, how do I most effectively use software which is *not* TeX-based?
It really is. It can also do citations and tables in markdown. It can also convert markdown to latex, with or without headers.
Jan
31
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Jan
15
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Nov
22
comment As an expert, can you always use TeX for (nearly) any kind of document?
Like this perhaps: Bleamer: Beamer + Blender
Nov
22
comment As an expert, can you always use TeX for (nearly) any kind of document?
That's an interesting point about beamer. I actually like latex+beamer for presentations more than I like it for documents, because it discourages visual distractions and guff. But I can see how it might make some communication more difficult. Would be great to get some good examples of that.
Nov
21
comment How to define the badness of a river?
This is a pretty cool question, but it appears to be based on the assumption that rivers are bad in the first place. Is there any evidence of this? Has anyone shown that strong rivers cause difficulty in reading, or similar?
Nov
21
comment As an expert, can you always use TeX for (nearly) any kind of document?
+1 for a balanced answer. A few points, however: 1) Word and Writer both have good separation of content and style, it's just that very few people use it (and it's not forced on users, which is probably a bad thing). 2) Typesetting quality is a function of the renderer, not the format. It's conceivable that OO might implement tex-quality rendering for odt->pdf.
Nov
21
comment As an expert, can you always use TeX for (nearly) any kind of document?
@DamienPollet: You should make that an answer. It's the best one so far.