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accepted Text next to an xskak diagram?
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comment Text next to an xskak diagram?
Even better: >{\adjustbox{valign=t,raise=\adjboxvtop}\bgroup}l<{\egroup} which makes the text aligned with the top of the diagram such that the baseline matches the line between the 7th and 8th ranks.
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answered \newcomand causes failure
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comment Text next to an xskak diagram?
Thank you! It even worked with array.sty and >{\adjustbox{valign=c}\bgroup}l<{\egroup} so I didn't have to write it every line.
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comment Text next to an xskak diagram?
Can you use this with the >{\cmd} .. <{\cmd} column specifier? Also: Did you find the factor -3.2 by experimentation?
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revised Text next to an xskak diagram?
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asked Text next to an xskak diagram?
Mar
21
comment How to put therefore and implies symbols
I think you're missing an amsthm somewhere.
Mar
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comment Windows API error 1392 using hyperref
Have you tried opening the directory in Explorer? This is likely not a TeX problem but just good old fashioned file system corruption or a dying hard drive. I suggest you backup any important data on that disk immediately. "Windows API Error" indicates that the error value came from Windows and not from within TeX. Other applications experience this too: google.com/…
Dec
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answered Special behavior if optional argument is not passed
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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comment Strange Cross Symbol in LaTeX
That looks like a variation of the orthodox cross.
May
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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accepted xskak and NAGs/Chess Informant symbols
May
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comment xskak and NAGs/Chess Informant symbols
I dislike the inconsistency it leads to in the source file: {\variation[invar]{moves} blah blah explanation \variation{more moves}}. It just doesn't look right that a subvariation starts with invar but continues without it. I find that it makes it harder for me to verify that I've written what I wanted.
May
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revised xskak and NAGs/Chess Informant symbols
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May
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comment xskak and NAGs/Chess Informant symbols
One solution I've come up with for dealing with subvariations is \def\subv{\variation[invar]{}} \def\endsubv{\variation[outvar]{}} used like this: \variation{<stuff>} \subv \variation{<other stuff>} \endsubv. Ugly, but it kind of works. At least until you get three nested levels of variations (e.g. if you're GM Robert Hübner :D)
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asked xskak and NAGs/Chess Informant symbols
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