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Feb
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comment How to properly typeset footnotes/superscripts after punctuation marks?
This question is almost two years old and still nobody has suggested the use of an Oxford comma to solve my problem. I am pleasantly surprised by you, Internet.
Jan
31
comment Keep the frame background in minislides
Just as something to keep in mind: this won't honor the \graphicspath for the thumbnail backgrounds so the backgrounds better be in a consistent place (I hardcoded my path into the \pgfdeclareimage call which is ugly but works). Related: sourceforge.net/p/pgf/feature-requests/41
Jan
26
revised Fake small caps with XeTeX/fontspec?
Had to add recent experience.
Jan
26
revised What are all the font styles I can use in math mode?
IIRC, someone expressly changed the first image to a scaled-down version in the interest of loading times. However, at the latest since having a 4K monitor, this seems like a serious insult to my eyes so I changed it back.
Dec
26
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
19
awarded  Great Answer
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
13
revised What are all the font styles I can use in math mode?
Link to enlarge image added
Jul
2
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Jul
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May
25
comment How do I manually split a paragraph without \afterpage?
@Mico Apparently, memoir is not the only class affected but KOMAScript as well. I just stumbled on this question: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/139834/…
May
25
comment How do I manually split a paragraph without \afterpage?
@cslstr Looks promising but when I pass \picturepage to \AtBeginShipoutNext, I get a Not in outer par mode error :/
May
25
comment How do I manually split a paragraph without \afterpage?
@Mico it seems that changing geometry in an \afterpage is to blame. This is a relatively new feature of the geometry package so maybe nobody noticed this bug yet. \afterpage{\newgeometry{textheight=\paperheight,textwidth=\paperwidth}\null\res‌​toregeometry} will already produce a similar behaviour, adding a \clearpage after \restoregeometry will mess the page up exactly as my package does.
May
25
comment How do I manually split a paragraph without \afterpage?
@Mico I agree, it is. Unfortunately, memoir is so huge that it's probably hard to pinpoint what part exactly is to blame.
May
25
revised Dedicated pages for figures featuring automatic fit-to-page scaling and automatic portrait/landscape selection
maybe I should remove the afterpage here because it breaks the whole thing with memoir, see http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/180290/how-do-i-manually-split-a-paragraph-without-afterpage
May
25
revised How do I manually split a paragraph without \afterpage?
slightly de-prickified
May
25
asked How do I manually split a paragraph without \afterpage?
May
22
revised Why does \usepackage[british]{babel} change the hyphenation to wrong?
tiny fix, sorry I can't mark this as "don't bump" :/
May
16
comment How can I reproduce this beautiful table of contents?
I just want to remark that for most theses this structure is too simple. This is clearly the TOC of a book that is a collection of chapters by different authors so the requirements are different. But if you're sure that nobody would ever want to look up the page number of a particular section or even subsection then sure, go for it :)
May
14
comment Too long website as footnote results in `Overfull \hbox`
I would only do that if you're really really sure that the reader won't be irritated by the hyphen at the end of a line (like when you explain the line breaking behaviour at one point in the document). I think the author of the url package made a really smart choice when he decided not to allow line breaks after hyphens.