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Apr
13
revised What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
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Apr
13
comment What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
@DavidCarlisle Will this technique work with tabularx? I can't seem to get it working in my document.
Apr
13
revised What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
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13
revised What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
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Apr
13
revised What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
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Apr
13
awarded  Yearling
Apr
10
revised Is there a good way to automatically generate a list of commands/environments defined in the preamble?
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Apr
10
revised Is there a good way to automatically generate a list of commands/environments defined in the preamble?
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Apr
10
revised Is there a good way to automatically generate a list of commands/environments defined in the preamble?
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Apr
10
asked Is there a good way to automatically generate a list of commands/environments defined in the preamble?
Apr
9
comment Is there a way to iterate over all defined colors without mentioning them again?
Could you please explain \csname pgfutil@ifundefined\endcsname?
Apr
9
accepted Is there a way to iterate over all defined colors without mentioning them again?
Apr
8
comment What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
@DavidCarlisle Do you think you could provide a quick explanation for what is happening with *{50}{c}. That is the default variable input, but what does it do (I already tried making it *{1}{c} expecting it to fail, and it did indeed fail.)
Apr
8
comment How can I create a new table environment wrapper for pgfplotstable?
@JohnKormylo So your reason for not using it is because it was not indented to be used this way. It seems to me that pgfplotstable is an advanced wrapper for tabular/tabularx/lontable, and wrapping tabular is exactly what I intend to do whether manually or by using some package. Ultimately, something is going to get wrapped :)
Apr
8
comment What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
@DavidCarlisle I can affect the first paragraph after every section globally (e.g. remove indent globally) but not a table's first row (inject \midrule globally). It would be nice to be able to inject code per cell, row, or column. Would it be practical to create a new command for each & and \\ and apply a counter to them, such that other code can be injected at reference end of row 1 (when rowCounter=1)?
Apr
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revised What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
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Apr
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asked What options are there to globally format tables also allowing local overrides?
Apr
7
comment How can I create a new table environment wrapper for pgfplotstable?
@JohnKormylo Please provide reasoning for this assessment for the purpose of credibility.
Apr
7
comment How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?
Thanks for your latest update! It is helpful to see different ways of doing things. I found another way to highlight specific rows. Please don't delete anything! I think this is a great reference.
Apr
7
accepted How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?