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Aug
6
comment How to align a set of multiline equations
The relevant part is about \qquad, which I've used, but that doesn't work well enough.
Aug
6
comment How to align a set of multiline equations
Wow! In fact, it seems that you don't even need the splits, replacing &= with ={}& does the trick!
Feb
23
comment What is the LaTeX code for an “open semicolon”
@Dan: that should be the accepted answer, IMHO — the result looks better.
Feb
14
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Feb
11
comment What is the difference between unicode-math and mathspec?
The only kind-of-usable Unicode source input method that I know is Agda's input method — which accepts LaTeX names and also some shortenings
Jan
19
awarded  Announcer
Apr
7
comment AucTeX: run latexmk + viewer in one command
@KeksDose: I might try out auto-save-buffers.el, but the first result from Google is 0xcc.net/misc/auto-save/auto-save-buffers.el where I can't read the comments (which is a good enough reason not to trust what it does). I guess I'll try out github.com/kentaro/auto-save-buffers-enhanced/blob/master/…, but do you have experience with it?
Apr
7
comment AucTeX: run latexmk + viewer in one command
OK, it seems to work (and it does not even ask me to save, which for me is a feature since that's not the moment I want to be asked that). I'll try to write it out as an answer.
Apr
7
comment AucTeX: run latexmk + viewer in one command
@daleif: as I added, Skim provides a command (displayline) for triggering the reload which accepts a SyncTeX source position. I just realized that I could map "View" to invoke LatexMk and tell it to invoke this program with the right line number. Something like latexmk -pv -pdf -new-viewer -e '$pdf_previewer = "displayline -r %n %o %b"', where %n should be replaced with the line number by Emacs. I think this should be possible to setup, but it might take a while to get everything right. Trying this out.
Apr
7
comment AucTeX: run latexmk + viewer in one command
@KeksDose: yes, synctex is set up, but I'd just like a single command to do compile-and-jump. I also thought it would be easy in Emacs; but it might be easier in latexmk.
Apr
7
revised AucTeX: run latexmk + viewer in one command
Clarify that View works
Apr
3
comment AucTeX: run latexmk + viewer in one command
@KeksDose: I hope I've answered your comment to your satisfaction. Generally speaking, "I do it another way" is not a valid argument; you need to argue "you're doing it wrong", but you don't have the elements for that. (Arguably, Skim might be broken, but even if it were fixed, which is easy, View will still jump to the current location.)
Apr
3
revised AucTeX: run latexmk + viewer in one command
Clarify clarification
Apr
2
asked AucTeX: run latexmk + viewer in one command
Nov
23
awarded  Excavator
Nov
23
comment NewDocumentCommand-defined command in bookmark
I'm wondering how clean (Greek-respectful) this is. I want a math lambda there, but most users will want math lambdas only when they write $λ$, and text lambdas otherwise. I guess I'm thinking of something like: \newunicodechar{λ}{\texorpdfstring{\ifmmode\lambda\else\textgreek{l}\fi}{λ}} (together with dependencies of \textgreek or some equivalent). But I'm rather ignorant of plain TeX, so please expect the above to be rather buggy.
Nov
23
revised Upright Greek letters in text mode (not upgreek)
Swap English and Greek in in-answer comment for the xgreek solution, as suggested by a comment to the answer
Nov
23
comment Upright Greek letters in text mode (not upgreek)
@Tobi: I proposed an edit to the post for fixing that.
Nov
23
suggested approved edit on Upright Greek letters in text mode (not upgreek)
Nov
22
comment NewDocumentCommand-defined command in bookmark
I also wonder whether that could be integrated in something like unicode-math, but probably people don't want this to interfere with Unicode in normal input (outside of $).