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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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reviewed Approve Using \foreach for repeated structure
Jan
7
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
10
reviewed Approve Inserting colon after editors with bibtex
Dec
10
revised Y-tick labels on the right side, y-axis label on the left
Improved code formatting
Nov
30
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
19
reviewed Approve Commutative diagram with curved arrow
Oct
15
answered Filling a percentage of a regular polygon
Oct
15
comment Drawing polygons
@Arne: can you ask a new question referring to this one? I have a solution for you.
Oct
15
reviewed Approve Change caption name of figures
Oct
15
reviewed Reject Create math-exams with lists of student names
May
14
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
25
awarded  Yearling
Mar
13
accepted T1 vs LY1 behavior of lstlistings
Mar
13
comment T1 vs LY1 behavior of lstlistings
@DavidCarlisle I agree. I never asked for the LY1 encoding, but I can't seem to disable it. The font package (installed through autoinst) just selects it for me.
Mar
13
comment T1 vs LY1 behavior of lstlistings
@UlrikeFischer Yes, I was thinking the same; however, the font I'm using is proprietary, so I can't do that. While I was writing the question I thought that maybe I should move the \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} after the package for the font. (Note that I fixed a mistake in my original formulation of the question: the font package has the command \RequirePackage[T1,LY1]{fontenc}, i.e., LY1 was missing previously.)
Mar
13
revised T1 vs LY1 behavior of lstlistings
added 4 characters in body
Mar
13
asked T1 vs LY1 behavior of lstlistings
Jan
11
reviewed Approve Class 'standalone' and linebreaks for a 'Je suis Charlie'
Jan
11
reviewed Approve Easiest way to get \not\longrightarrow to look good