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accepted Fill space with dots within table
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comment Fill space with dots within table
The alignment should actually be '{lrrr}'. If you take a look at the items of the second column, you will notice that they are everything else but right aligned - same applies for the items of the third column. The items of the first and last column are, however, correctly aligned.
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revised Fill space with dots within table
Added \end{tabular}
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suggested suggested edit on Fill space with dots within table
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comment Fill space with dots within table
The first method works, but is very untransparent for me to be comprehensible - pardon this. The second one is indeed nice, but as you take a look at your output you will see that the dots are chopped. When I use my font they are even more chopped: cl.ly/image/2e3d2S1k3M3I Is there a possibility to make the first method easier, or make the second one more precise? Thank you.
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comment Fill space with dots within table
If we could just manage to align the items correctly this hack would be easy to use.
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asked Fill space with dots within table
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comment Indent first paragraph only once
@Jose In this case you should really edit your question accordingly since it says "How can I indent a first paragraph only once".
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revised Indent first paragraph only once
added 86 characters in body
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comment Indent first paragraph only once
I think because he wants the whole paragraph to be indeted, not the first line only.
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answered Indent first paragraph only once
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revised DIN conform arrowheads and hatching in TikZ?
Removed unnecessary information
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accepted DIN conform arrowheads and hatching in TikZ?
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revised How do I use TrueType Fonts with PDFTeX using otftotfm?
corrected "&lt;myfont>.ttf T1--&lt;myfont" into "<myfont>.ttf T1--<myfont>"