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Just can’t get used to em dashes in English typography …


Jan
24
answered Obfuscation of @ and . in e-mail addresses
Jan
24
comment Obfuscation of @ and . in e-mail addresses
I don't exactly see the problem with having the @ and the . as vector (not bitmap, please) PDFs alongside your LaTeX source. You have to do the same with your images anyway, don't you? In any case, you can adapt the size of the symbols automatically by using something along the lines of \includegraphics[width=1em]{atsign} as your \crazyat macro.
Jan
24
reviewed No Action Needed Shorthand for empty line or \\ \indent
Jan
17
revised How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
grammar got messed up
Jan
14
comment Properly align text in description
Using enumitem you could also use an option like style=nextline. To set the margin to the length of the longest item (let's say it' "Caso 2"), use labelwidth=\widthof{\bfseries Caso 2}.
Jan
10
revised How to combine several LaTeX files with equations and tables into one?
fixed title grammar
Jan
10
suggested suggested edit on How to combine several LaTeX files with equations and tables into one?
Jan
10
comment How to merge several files in LaTeX
Obviously this is not minimal code. Try to put together your code step by step and bit by bit next time and probably you'll find the error yourself. With a large chunk of code like this it's easy to assume something's wrong with X when actually it's Y and Z that are causing the problems (X being the includes and Y and Z being the indexing and the table in this case).
Jan
9
awarded  Custodian
Jan
9
reviewed Reviewed Wedge with vertical bar
Jan
9
accepted How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
Jan
8
comment How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
Great, thanks. I had to add yet another parameter to allow arbitrary heights as well as width and it's really a shame that you can't just determine these automatically but all in all in a great solution :)
Jan
8
revised How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
Changed the question to the question that was actually implied. Sorry for changing the rules on the go.
Jan
8
revised How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
A complete list of all threads actually discussing this had been missing. I hope I got everything.
Jan
8
revised How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
added author
Jan
8
comment Diagonal lines in table cell
There is a question discussing the issues all solutions that aren't all-TikZ seem to have tex.stackexchange.com/questions/89745/… Your solution was also highlighted so maybe you want to join :)
Jan
8
comment How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
Ok so I gather despite all the threads and many solutions to this problem, a real solution without going all-TikZ is still outstanding. I should probably open yet another question for this. Thanks for the great explanation so far!
Jan
8
revised How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
response to Joseph's answer
Jan
8
comment How to diagonally divide a table cell … properly?
So pict2e fixes the problem you described and therefore diagbox doesn't suffer from it? The answer you highlighted also produces imperfect results BTW. I'm going to add this to my question.
Jan
8
comment How to get an “and” before the last element in BibLaTeX's textcite commands?
@PLK that's great to hear :)