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May
23
comment WYSIWYG LaTeX editor for maths
Another helpful application might be EqualX. It is similar to the equation editor mentioned by Werner, but it's an offline utility that requires a working LaTeX environment installed.
May
21
answered How to make self-refering arrow with xydigram in a box
May
19
comment Force printing of parentheses around a single character in math mode
Actually, I get the parenthesis when adding your definition to a minimalistic document. Thus, it would be helpful if you could provide a complete document, not just a part of it.
May
19
comment Force printing of parentheses around a single character in math mode
Your second definition of \timePshould create the desired result. Could you provide a complete (minimal) example that shows the problem?
May
19
revised How to use dup which is one of PostScript RPN keywords?
added information on how to fix the second PS expression given in the question
May
19
answered How to use dup which is one of PostScript RPN keywords?
May
16
awarded  Enthusiast
May
13
answered Text under a line
May
13
revised \eqalignno compiling question in MiKTeX
fixed typo
May
13
answered \eqalignno compiling question in MiKTeX
May
11
revised Vim syntax highlighting of partial tex file used with \include is incorrect
added 38 characters in body
May
11
answered Vim syntax highlighting of partial tex file used with \include is incorrect
May
11
revised How to modify the Table of Contents to add the words Chapter, Appendix, Figure, Table
indent code for proper display
May
11
suggested approved edit on How to modify the Table of Contents to add the words Chapter, Appendix, Figure, Table
May
10
awarded  Nice Answer
May
10
comment Curve through a sequence of points with Metapost and TikZ
@Andrew, thanks for your comment. Your previous note about the decimal places was absolutely valid (and easy to address). So, please keep being picky to point to things that could be improved. ;)
May
10
revised Curve through a sequence of points with Metapost and TikZ
added information about how to call the perl script from within a LaTeX document
May
10
comment Curve through a sequence of points with Metapost and TikZ
I've added a statement to the script that reduces the number of decimal places to 5.
May
10
revised Curve through a sequence of points with Metapost and TikZ
added statement to reduce the number of decimal places
May
10
comment Curve through a sequence of points with Metapost and TikZ
No, definitely not. That's just a first simple "proof of concept" using the default output delivered by Asymptote. It shouldn't be that complicated to simplify/improve the output further.