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comment LaTeX with no embedded Fonts
newer versions of gs seem to not have pswrite, only ps2write. Unfortunately it doesn't do the expected anymore.
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comment How to rotate text in multirow table?
For posterity, an hacky solution is to decrease the text-size.
Oct
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comment How to rotate text in multirow table?
If rota is instead rotatoata, it will be outside the table. Any idea of how to force it to increase the spacing of rows or something to avoid this?
Oct
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revised How to merge cells vertically
Formatted code to improve readability of latex table.
Oct
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suggested approved edit on How to merge cells vertically
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revised How to add correctly numbered footnotes in RevTex4-1
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May
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comment How to add correctly numbered footnotes in RevTex4-1
I'm sorry, but I cannot provide you the papers. Basically are two examples where the footnotes (not citations, but actual comments from the authors) are numbered according to their first appearance in the text. Nevertheless, I edited the question in order to clarify what I want.
May
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comment How to add correctly numbered footnotes in RevTex4-1
Ok. but both Physical Review Letters and Physical Review E uses what I'm asking for (e.g. prl.aps.org/pdf/PRL/v110/i18/e182301 Ref. [32], pre.aps.org/pdf/PRE/v87/i4/e042136 Ref. [23] are both "footnotes").
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comment How to add correctly numbered footnotes in RevTex4-1
Maybe I'm not understanding your answer, or you my question. My issue is not that footnotes are going to the bibliography. My issue is that they are numbered in the end of it. As far as I know, the bibliographic numbering should be according to the first appearing of the entry in the text.
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asked How to add correctly numbered footnotes in RevTex4-1
Feb
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accepted ulem incompatibility with multiple entries in \cite
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comment ulem incompatibility with multiple entries in \cite
So, there is no way to solve this other than putting \mbox on all the \cite. Does not sound feasible when ulem is to be used with to track deleted stuff. Nevertheless, your answer is impressive, quite knowledge about ulem!