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Mar
15
answered How can I define a math operator behaving like \lim or \sum with limits?
Mar
14
asked How to reference part of a theorem?
Dec
16
comment Errors/Warnings in LaTeX Output
Are you using the Vim-LaTeX plug-in or compiling from outside Vim? Vim-LaTeX will halt on error and give you an IDE-like list of errors. It doesn't halt on warnings, though. stackoverflow.com/questions/3244908/… has some discussion of how to halt on warning, but I've not tired it.
Dec
16
accepted Rotated text in side margin
Dec
16
comment Rotated text in side margin
@TH Yes, you're right--I didn't realise pdfpages could do the rotation itself. It's worked. Thank you very much.
Dec
15
comment Rotated text in side margin
This is a good idea. It's a table spanning many spages (I'm trying to latex a spreadsheet--yes, it's a bit silly), but reading one page in at a time with pdfpages should do it.
Dec
15
comment Is there a package to divide pages of A4 to 2 pages of A5 each?
I assume the default/full page bounding box dimensions have to be stored by includegraphics somewhere. I can't read the package well enough to tell. There is a set of keys in graphicx called natwidth and natheight and another set bburx, bbury, bbllx, bblly, but I don't know which is right or how to access them.
Dec
15
answered Is there a package to divide pages of A4 to 2 pages of A5 each?
Dec
14
asked Rotated text in side margin
Dec
10
accepted Marking Specific x-values in TikZ Plot
Dec
10
comment Marking Specific x-values in TikZ Plot
Thanks, your second idea was what I was after, particularly incorporating the function into the for loop (let's just ignore the fact I forgot for loops exist despite there being a bunch in the document already).
Dec
9
asked Marking Specific x-values in TikZ Plot
Dec
7
answered Nested commands and their arguments
Oct
14
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Oct
3
awarded  Teacher
Oct
2
awarded  Scholar
Oct
2
accepted Lining up edges of a tree with TikZ
Oct
2
answered Resources and advice for teaching LaTeX
Oct
2
comment Lining up edges of a tree with TikZ
I wanted C3, but was getting C1 with the same code. For whatever reason, deleting \usetikzlibrary{tikz-qtrees} (which I don't need--it was left from an earlier tree-drawing experiment) solves the problem. I assume it changes the anchors.
Sep
30
awarded  Student