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reviewed No Action Needed Is there a command for a gammadion/swastika cross symbol?
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asked xspace failing with long hyphen (---)?
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revised Resuming a list (for nested lists)
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comment Resuming a list (for nested lists)
That's what I ended up using.
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comment Resuming a list (for nested lists)
Thanks, this was the hint I needed. It works by just adding the \value macro. (The series thing didn't work for me, maybe my version of the enumitem package is too old.)
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comment Redefining math symbols like \eta (with ensuremath)
Yes, there are corner cases in which \xspace gets the spacing wrong. Still, I found it to be a tremendous help, and those cases in which it fails cannot be that numerous because I cannot come up with one from the top of my head.
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comment Redefining math symbols like \eta (with ensuremath)
Nope: I always use xspace for things like \pt (I didn't include it in the minimal example, however). So it would be blah \pt blah. I appreciate all the well-intentioned comments, but you may trust me: It does work very well for me :) (\pt is also highlighted by the way.)
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reviewed Approve Use Matlab 2014b figures (via Inkscape) in pdfTeX
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comment Redefining math symbols like \eta (with ensuremath)
Thanks for the hint about \pt. However, it did a good job for me so far... (I never use / need the TeX dimension but I need to refer to the transverse momentum a lot.)
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comment Redefining math symbols like \eta (with ensuremath)
I'm saving two key strokes.
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