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Sep
26
comment Table: Can I shift a column by half the height of a row?
Thanks for the nice answer including an explanation and screenshot!
Sep
26
comment Table: Can I shift a column by half the height of a row?
Great work, thanks!
Sep
26
accepted Table: Can I shift a column by half the height of a row?
Sep
26
asked Table: Can I shift a column by half the height of a row?
Sep
22
comment Define an “escape underscore” environment
The last solution also works in caption etc.
Sep
11
comment Automatic way to break narrow tables into two columns?
I think no more than one or two times. And only the header should be repeated. (cf. example)
Sep
8
comment Different page numbering in appendix?
I'm using scrbook. And \backmatter before the appendix.
Sep
8
comment Different page numbering in appendix?
@egreg: Maybe something like A.n is possible, n being the page number?
Sep
8
asked Different page numbering in appendix?
Aug
31
asked Automatic way to break narrow tables into two columns?
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Yes, it does, thanks a lot!
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Yes, exactly. Sorry for not being clear in that point.
Aug
27
accepted BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
+1 for suggesting unsrt85.bst as filename :)
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
@Mas: The question is about the bibliography. Sorry for the confusion and thanks for the nice answer anyway.
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
@Mico, you're right.
Aug
26
accepted Allow line break, but without inserting a dash
Aug
26
revised BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
specified style used
Aug
26
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Yes, it's a deliberate duplicate -- somehow none of the answers there seem to match my usecase: They either advise to use biblatex, or to use a different style. And also natbib doesn't seem to be appropriate.
Aug
26
asked BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?