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Feb
16
comment Keyboard Font for LaTeX
Excellent! So no one will really have to buy a font :) You saved us $120!
Feb
16
accepted Why Different Commands for Seemingly Similar Tasks?
Feb
16
comment Why Different Commands for Seemingly Similar Tasks?
+1. Great answer. Using the keywords in you answer, I found what’s wrong with \bf, \it, etc.?. Also, I found this page on italic correction. It specially gives an example where LaTeX commands do not provide propoer italic correction.
Feb
16
asked Why Different Commands for Seemingly Similar Tasks?
Feb
16
answered Keyboard Font for LaTeX
Dec
29
awarded  Organizer
Dec
29
revised Defining a custom ‘wrapfig’ environment
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Dec
19
accepted MiKTeX 2.9 Does NOT Support `hypernat`
Dec
18
asked MiKTeX 2.9 Does NOT Support `hypernat`
Dec
18
revised Escaping square braces
added 82 characters in body; edited body
Dec
11
accepted Customizing Beamer's Table of Contents
Dec
8
comment Escaping square braces
@Matten: Thanks. I filed the bug here: bitbucket.org/rivanvx/beamer/issue/102.
Dec
7
revised Escaping square braces
added 1 characters in body
Dec
7
comment Escaping square braces
@Matten: Thanks a lot, it works. It will be nice if somebody can describe what's wrong with Beamer.
Dec
7
accepted Escaping square braces
Dec
7
revised Escaping square braces
added 195 characters in body
Dec
7
comment Escaping square braces
@Charles: Sorry, but even {description} environment does not work in the beamer. (Screenshot: s1.bild.me/bilder/311010/1151044untitled.PNG)
Dec
7
comment Escaping square braces
@Matten: Sorry, I should have described more. I'm using it in a beamer slide, and it does not work in that case (but works fine when you use the article documentclass). Can you test it in the beamer too? (screenshot of my result: s1.bild.me/bilder/311010/1151044untitled.PNG).
Dec
7
comment Escaping square braces
@Caramdir: I always use the bibliography environment, but let's just say that there are technical reasons I don't want to do that now. (It's a long story!). As a short answer, you can just assume that I want an enumerate listing whose labels include brackets. (while they aren't citations.)
Dec
7
awarded  Nice Question