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comment TikZ: inverted cone (similar to linked thread but different issue)
Since I fixed the problem, can you delete this comment?
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comment Label inside mdframed messes up spacing
@barbara: i am aware of that but I have about 50 theorems so I prefer to not have to edit each of them by hand. I think the solution I described above (with the overridden label command) works well.
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answered TikZ: inverted cone (similar to linked thread but different issue)
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accepted Label inside mdframed messes up spacing
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comment Label inside mdframed messes up spacing
@Gonzalo_Medina: I was afraid so. Unfortunately I have a book full of theorems formatted like that. Is there no way around this? Interestingly, your code does not seem to suffer from the same problem. Why is that?
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comment Label inside mdframed messes up spacing
Hmm, I actually did add \leavevmode\ignorespaces to the beginning part of my environment; unfortunately now the space after \label is turned into an actual space... Is there a good way to deal with that as well?
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asked Label inside mdframed messes up spacing
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5
revised Write pseudo code in latex
psuedo -> pseudo
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awarded  Custodian
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26
reviewed Reject suggested edit on commath, \dfrac and \tfrac
Feb
24
awarded  Revival
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18
revised Nice scientific pictures show off
Enabled syntax highlighting
Feb
18
comment Nice scientific pictures show off
BTW: For anyone interested, I just learned that you can enable syntax highlighting to non-LaTeX code on stackexchange by adding e.g. <!-- language: lang-python --> in front of python code (see my post).