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comment Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
I noticed now that I don't actually have to draw the red box, BUT I do need to add a \tikzmark{left} just before the first \begin{adjustbox}... of the first panel. Without that the misalignment appears. Strange...With regards to withe space I've tried to add %'s wherever I can, but I don't really know where they should be placed :-D
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accepted Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
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comment Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
This worked. The only thing I noticed was that the first code panel, which did not have a red box written over it, would lose its alignment with the other panels (it's shifted a bit to the left). I solved this by adding a box to it too, having 0 width and 0 height. However, I don't whether this is how it should be?
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revised Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
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asked Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
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accepted (Semantically) correct string concatenation symbol?
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comment (Semantically) correct string concatenation symbol?
I'll accept your answer, but it would be nice if you could also suggest one concrete choice of symbol to use. @egreg and @moose has already suggested several different options in their comments (\mathbin{\|}, \textdoublepipe and \shortparallel). Hence which one of these "should" one prefer?
May
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comment (Semantically) correct string concatenation symbol?
@moose That makes it even more confusing! I already had trouble choosing among two options :-D Which one is the best of those?
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asked (Semantically) correct string concatenation symbol?
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accepted Not getting xkeyval to work (as intended) for a simple custom command
Apr
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comment Not getting xkeyval to work (as intended) for a simple custom command
Ok, thanks for your patience. I'm accepting your answer since it works, but unfortunately I don't really understand it at all. It's just so confusing that I don't see how this usage corresponds to the way it appears we are supposed to use this package in the documentation.
Apr
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comment Not getting xkeyval to work (as intended) for a simple custom command
While the cmdkey example appeared cleaner, how do I specify functions of the input with it? I.e. if I want to take in the value of foo (#1) and make it bold (say). And what do you mean by called? I'm sorry for being so dense, but it seems that there is something really fundamental I'm not getting here...
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comment Not getting xkeyval to work (as intended) for a simple custom command
Thanks for your help. However, I'm now even more confused. It appears that I simply don't understand how this package is even supposed to be used. In particular, why is not the method which is specified in the documentation of xkeyval (Sec 3.1) not working? And what does toks even mean? Is it just arbitrary? And why do I have to specify even more \def's? I thought that was supposed to be handled by the \define@key command? And why do I have to specify default values with an extra call to \setkeys when you are supposed to supply that in \define@key?
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asked Not getting xkeyval to work (as intended) for a simple custom command
Feb
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revised Vertically centered tilde with \raisebox includes space when copying from pdf
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comment Vertically centered tilde with \raisebox includes space when copying from pdf
@StevenB.Segletes I'm also on Windows :) And for me the space is still added when I copy to any text editor. However, I noticed that what's added depends on the PDF reader I'm copying from. Using SumatraPDF I get an extra space, while on FoxitPDF I get a newline! Strange...