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Apr
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comment LaTeX Editors/IDEs
@MarcvanDongen, the folds are amazing. They're really helpful.
Apr
21
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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awarded  Nice Question
Mar
31
accepted beamer hyperlinks not correct
Mar
31
comment beamer hyperlinks not correct
Cheers diabonas. It looks like a viewer issue, you're right. I've been testing it in other viewers. However, I'm having trouble with beamer's excellent navigation features. The navigate sections buttons don't behave exactly how I expect them to. I have three slides for three sections. They don't work on the first slide, on the second slide forward they work fine, moving 3 slides (2,5,8). Moving backwards, it goes from (8,7,4,1). Thus, I thought about using the "bookmarks"
Mar
31
comment beamer hyperlinks not correct
@JosephWright, I use Okular. Yes, my MWE has different sections. I used a picture of my complete document but then cut out everything that was unnecessary for the MWE
Mar
30
asked beamer hyperlinks not correct
Feb
28
comment How to embed page navigation links on every page?
so like what occurs in a beamer presentation?
Feb
21
comment Sieve of Eratosthenes in tikz
It might benefit from a halo around the text, but this is amazing. my favourite answer
Feb
16
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
13
comment Wordle-like word clouds
Can't exec "R": No such file or directory at ./latextotagcloud.pl line 67, <IN> chunk 1., is it looking for the statistics programme "R"?
Feb
13
comment latex command has extra space
I realised the line break was a space I guess I just didn't think about that when writing a command. Cheers mate.
Feb
13
comment latex command has extra space
Huh. Good to know. I'm still only just beginning to start out with programming in LaTeX. I never understood why everyone stuck %s at the end of so many lines which didn't look like they needed it.
Feb
13
accepted latex command has extra space
Feb
13
asked latex command has extra space
Nov
12
comment Checking if a PDF file is open
@RegisdaSilva, is this the correct answer? If so it would be helpful for others if you would mark it as such.
Nov
10
revised Checking if a PDF file is open
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Nov
10
comment Checking if a PDF file is open
Cheers. Changes added. I'd never stuck lsof in a one liner before so I just went the lazy solution of awk/grep
Nov
10
revised Checking if a PDF file is open
added 443 characters in body
Nov
10
answered Checking if a PDF file is open