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May
23
comment Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
Thanks. This seems to have worked but when I started adding it to my main document, now I get these error File ended while scanning use of \FancyVerbGetLine, the problem is I have no idea which line number it is coming from. I have to roll back my changes and see. Package hyperref Warning: Token not allowed in a PDF string (PDFDocEncoding): (hyperref) removing math shift' on input line 2222. ) Runaway argument?! File ended while scanning use of \FancyVerbGetLine.<inserted text> \par <*> KERNEL.tex?`
May
23
revised Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
edited title
May
23
asked Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
May
21
accepted How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
May
21
comment How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
Thanks, interesting solution, I did not know about verbatimbox package.
May
20
comment How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
Thanks! I had no idea one must use m for both columns, examples I saw just used 'm' for the column which has the image. Is this because one side is Verbatim in this case? Sometimes, I will have normal text in the left side as well (mised with some Verbatim). Will that still work? Will try it. I just did. Yes, it seems to work with normal text as well! This is great. Thank you
May
20
comment How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
@GonzaloMedina Just added example. thanks!
May
20
revised How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
added desired output
May
20
comment How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
@GonzaloMedina Ok, will make a quick sketch, please give me a second
May
20
comment How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
@PeterGrill I tried your suggestion, I do not see any difference? screen shot !Mathematica graphics (using Miktex on windows now) \raisebox{-\height}{\includegraphics[width=3in,height=3in]{whatever}}
May
20
asked How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
May
14
awarded  Yearling
Apr
22
accepted Missing $ error using htlatex
Apr
13
comment Put two figures side by side
I've been bitten by this few times.
Apr
5
comment How to be 100% sure what you see is what everyone else sees?
I compiled the same latex file on linux and windows. On windows (miktex) I get the pdf file size to be 934,355 bytes and on Linux with texlive 2013, the pdf file is 864,217 bytes. But when looking at the pdf files, I can't see any difference on the screen. So I am sure this has to do with what fonts are used on windows vs. linux or other meta data added to the pdf file on window vs. Linux. Screen shot: !Mathematica graphics again, same exact Latex source. Same images. Everything is the same. Just different platform/distribution. (need to do a pdfdiff...)
Apr
5
comment Relative paths for \input and building from different directories
I am lazy, so I put my include file in $HOME (only have one include file), since that is searched by default by Latex. Otherwise, as others said, use $TEXINPUTS
Apr
4
accepted How to make fbox fit automatically around wide equations using empheq package
Apr
3
comment What is a simple example of something you can do with LuaTeX?
finally, an example showing its output so one can see what the code is supposed to do !
Apr
2
comment How to make fbox fit automatically around wide equations using empheq package
Thanks, it works. I had to compile the file more than one time to see the frame around for some reason. Nice idea of using \end{tikzpicture}. How to remove all the other frames and lines that are showing up and just leave the frame around the equations?
Apr
2
comment Getting rid of tilde in “Fig.~1”
I do not get this. I get screen shot !Mathematica graphics texlive 2013. May be you can upgrade.