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PhD Student in Computer Science, Programmer, Climber, Go-player.


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awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
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awarded  Curious
May
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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awarded  Necromancer
Apr
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comment How to diagnose a permanent “Label(s) may have changed” warning?
Thanks to this diagnostic trick, I was finally able to fix the issue. It turns out, the captions of all offending labels had inline math with a _ (subscript) inside (though the before/after versions were always identical). Replacing these was all I had to do! --- I am unable to reproduce this in a minimal document. Can't say I'm surprised. I hacked around in my thesis code so much, it's hardly LaTeX anymore. --- Thanks!
Apr
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accepted How to diagnose a permanent “Label(s) may have changed” warning?
Apr
3
comment How to diagnose a permanent “Label(s) may have changed” warning?
Awesome. :-) Will try this when I get home.
Mar
17
comment How to diagnose a permanent “Label(s) may have changed” warning?
@Andrew: Worth a try, thanks. :-) I had to put this problem on the back burner for a while, but it's time I did something about it.
Mar
8
accepted Automated management of package options and loading order
Mar
8
comment Automated management of package options and loading order
@Tobi: Very useful, thanks! No, in fact, very few rules have been implemented so far. The package is still somewhat immature, and advice like this is exactly the kind of thing it needs. Cheers!
Mar
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awarded  Revival
Feb
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awarded  Nice Question
Feb
20
comment XeLaTeX problem with a vector arrow
\overrightarrow creates a \vbox: a rectangle which, by default, does not overlap with other boxes. Such boxes can have visible content anywhere inside (or even outside) their bounds, so making them overlap will often be the wrong thing to do. Unfortunately, (La)TeX cannot take every possible situation into account. That's why there are ways to make manual corrections.
Feb
20
comment XeLaTeX problem with a vector arrow
@Adam: How strange; it should. Try multiple \! in a row, e.g. $\overrightarrow{V}_{\!\!\!\!AB}$ just to see if it makes a difference. If not, please put your full LaTeX code in your original question.
Feb
20
revised XeLaTeX problem with a vector arrow
Put code-things between code-ticks.
Feb
20
suggested suggested edit on XeLaTeX problem with a vector arrow
Feb
20
answered XeLaTeX problem with a vector arrow
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
4
answered Automated management of package options and loading order
Feb
4
revised Automated management of package options and loading order
Added the CTAN link