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accepted subfig vs exercise: LaTeX Error: Not in outer par mode
Apr
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comment subfig vs exercise: LaTeX Error: Not in outer par mode
If I use \captionof{figure}{(a)} or \subcaption{}, something forces a \par between the figures. Any idea how to suppress that?
Apr
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answered subfig vs exercise: LaTeX Error: Not in outer par mode
Apr
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comment subfig vs exercise: LaTeX Error: Not in outer par mode
I'd prefer they be near the answer, but if they aren't I don't mind so long as I can caption them, and refer to the caption in a reference.
Apr
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comment subfig vs exercise: LaTeX Error: Not in outer par mode
I used the [demo] mode for graphicsx in my mwe, and don't actually have a filename called blah in that directory.
Apr
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comment subfig vs exercise: LaTeX Error: Not in outer par mode
Because the are plots related to solving a problem that I've got in an exercise environment. I actually want the plots in an answer environment of the same package, but I'm sure the idea is the same.
Apr
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asked subfig vs exercise: LaTeX Error: Not in outer par mode
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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comment Make a document look like it's been redacted by the CIA?
Looks like I can use censor for 100% redaction, but it doesn't like non-text (like \begin{equation} ... \end{equation}.) I can make my redaction macro include dummy text, instead of my actual content, and then black that out. Not exactly what I was thinking of, but if it's 100% redacted, perhaps good enough.
Mar
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revised Make a document look like it's been redacted by the CIA?
deleted 7 characters in body
Mar
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asked Make a document look like it's been redacted by the CIA?
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accepted suppress mailto: hover prompt in pdf
Mar
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comment suppress mailto: hover prompt in pdf
I see the same effect with SumatraPDF v3.0 and Adobe Acrobat X (both running on Windows 7).
Feb
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asked suppress mailto: hover prompt in pdf
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Dec
10
comment epstopdf error: /undefined in LanguageLevel
See EDIT 2 in tex.stackexchange.com/questions/208179/…
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Nov
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revised Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
fix formatting
Nov
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comment Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
@Nasser, yes it can be touchy (and some stuff has to be done differently when used), and I'd really like better error reporting when it is used, but I still find it worthwhile.