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Hey, I am a computer scientist and enthusiast programmer, who sometimes worries too much about architecture/design.

Accept policy

If you wonder why I didn't accept your answer, although it is obviously the right thing: Usually, I like to wait at least an hour before accepting anything, often I wait a day or so.

More random information about me

kernel: linux
distro: debian
interface: xmonad+gnome
text: vim
web: opera
mail: icedove (aka thunderbird)
programming: c++, bash
speak: de, en, es (rusty), fr (very! limited)
rcs: git
scifi: The Matrix, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Firefly

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Oct
16
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
16
awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Curious
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
May
27
accepted Beamer frame environment introduces 5.69pt vertical margin
May
27
comment Beamer frame environment introduces 5.69pt vertical margin
+1 Works like a charm in my template as well. Thanks.
May
27
asked Beamer frame environment introduces 5.69pt vertical margin
Mar
15
accepted How can I express \begin{minipage}{\linewidth-2ex}?
Mar
13
accepted Can I manipulate the rounded-ness of blocks?
Mar
13
comment How can I express \begin{minipage}{\linewidth-2ex}?
@egreg: I didn't know about the calc package. This answers the question (hint). (Note: I did mean 2ex since it is determined by a different vertical margin.)
Mar
13
asked How can I express \begin{minipage}{\linewidth-2ex}?
Mar
13
comment Can I manipulate the rounded-ness of blocks?
Great answer. Thank you! I suppose there is no way to do this without redefining the entire command, right?
Mar
12
asked Can I manipulate the rounded-ness of blocks?
Dec
8
accepted Can the acronym package be told to use a certain style?
Nov
30
revised Can the acronym package be told to use a certain style?
added the tweak that is necessary to get the correct output (this answer essentially answered the question, so I would like to accept it instead of posting my own answer)
Nov
30
suggested approved edit on Can the acronym package be told to use a certain style?
Nov
30
comment Can the acronym package be told to use a certain style?
Coincidentally, I just found this, too. However, I cannot get the long form to be set in italics, but not the part in parentheses: That is, I want "long form: (short)" instead of "long form (short)" but \acffont seems to encompass the entire thing.
Nov
30
asked Can the acronym package be told to use a certain style?