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Mar
4
accepted What does \csappto does and where does it come from?
Mar
4
asked What does \csappto does and where does it come from?
Feb
18
awarded  Excavator
Feb
18
revised Cleveref: AUCTeX and RefTeX set-up
an update broke the code, fixed it
Feb
18
suggested approved edit on Cleveref: AUCTeX and RefTeX set-up
Feb
16
comment How to create a bracket-ing √-Operator?
Not an answer your question, but have you considered writing (x)^{1/2} instead?
Dec
6
accepted Overfull hbox using biblatex
Oct
15
comment Strange artifact when using xrightarrow
Do you mean these artifacts are wanted behavior?
Oct
15
comment Strange artifact when using xrightarrow
Are you saying that all viewers have, for some reason, the exact same bug?
Oct
15
comment Strange artifact when using xrightarrow
...Yes there is still a bug, if you zoom out. i.imgur.com/J9YYFYH.png And anyway how is that a solution? It completely destroys the document.
Oct
15
comment Strange artifact when using xrightarrow
It also happens for PS viewers (sumatra, ghostscript...). Unless all these viewers have, by coincidence, the same bug, I think it's a problem with the way this arrow is produced, not a bug of the viewer.
Oct
15
revised Strange artifact when using xrightarrow
added 125 characters in body
Oct
15
comment Strange artifact when using xrightarrow
@daleif As I mentioned, this happens (to some extent) in all the PDF viewers that I've tried: sumatrapdf, adobe reader, ps_viewer (which reads PDFs despite the name).
Oct
15
asked Strange artifact when using xrightarrow
Sep
30
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
30
awarded  Yearling
Jul
23
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Apr
30
answered How to customize lists in Latex without using frenchb package?
Apr
18
comment How to reference a student report (semester report)?
If you're using biblatex, use @online for webpages. Besides there's no reason you can't use @misc for both reports and webpages, it's supposed to be a catch-all.