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Jul
13
comment “Same as above” representation
Thanks for the advice with \renewcommand. By "too close" I actually mean that if I have an \hline both the hline and the \ditto are very close to each other. See: d.pr/i/OHbM Would be nice to have a "top margin".
Jul
13
comment “Same as above” representation
Very nice. My textquotedbl results in curved quotes, instead of straigt ones. Is there a way to force straight ones? And I noticed that the lines are pretty close to the top row, especially if the text in a preceding column spans multiple rows. Is it possible to have a top margin?
Jul
13
accepted Center content in longtable
Jul
13
comment Center content in longtable
Wow... I bet I tried that before... oh well. Thanks!
Jul
13
asked Center content in longtable
Jul
13
revised “Same as above” representation
added 98 characters in body; edited tags
Jul
13
comment “Same as above” representation
@diabonas Yes, that is the symbol I'm looking for. However, I would want to center the symbol, in a (To Werner) p{5cm} column type.
Jul
13
asked “Same as above” representation
Jun
20
comment Use macro/newcommand for attributes
Not as elegant, but I guess best solution I can get for now.
Jun
20
accepted Use macro/newcommand for attributes
Jun
20
comment Use macro/newcommand for attributes
It's a package by Martin Krumm. Don't know why it isn't listed on ctan. Pgfgantt uses gantt.sty though.
Jun
20
comment Use macro/newcommand for attributes
Wow. And here I was thinking that I've tried every possible combination with {}. Well... I'm really interested in why it works. EDIT: Oh. Just noticed that it doesn't work. It just uses the standard color, which is black. Kinda stupid, because I defined person with black.
Jun
20
revised Use macro/newcommand for attributes
added MWE
Jun
20
revised Use macro/newcommand for attributes
added 261 characters in body
Jun
20
accepted Set two environments next to each other
Jun
20
comment Set two environments next to each other
Sorry. Fixed it. I had an empty line between \end{tabular} and '\begin{tabular}`, which, for some reason, caused the right table to start on a new line.
Jun
20
asked Use macro/newcommand for attributes
Jun
20
revised Set two environments next to each other
added 109 characters in body
Jun
20
comment Set two environments next to each other
Hmm. Could you elaborate on the passed parameters 'lll' and 'll'? For some reason the environment I put in the bottom tabular(small table) is not on the bottom, but rather half of the environment is below the bottom line of the left environment. See my first posting.
Jun
20
asked Set two environments next to each other