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revised Rewriting a template from amsthm to thmtools
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comment Spacing issue in new environment from a theorem
It looks like there is a continues case also so the restate option is viable in every case I can come up with page 8 of this document ctan.mirrorcatalogs.com/macros/latex/exptl/thmtools/…
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comment Spacing issue in new environment from a theorem
Okay I see how this works. There are certainly some advantages of not restating the theorem. But what if I have a theorem I want to amend. Think invertible matrix theorem, every time I get a new concept I can add a few more points to it.
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comment matrix alignment with preceeding unary minus
David: Thanks for the clarification much appreciated.
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accepted matrix alignment with preceeding unary minus
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comment matrix alignment with preceeding unary minus
David: You would have to remove the explicitly added \phantom{-} also in the example without minuses on the column. yes agreed what I wanted was far more complicated and I didn't communicate that very well. I didn't think it would necessarily take 2 passes, but maybe that's a byproduct of using environments.
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comment matrix alignment with preceeding unary minus
change the first column to be 1 5 0 instead, the column is then placed in a different position. Maybe not such a good working example. This is 99% of what I was hoping for, I'll certainly use it unless there is something slightly better.
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comment matrix alignment with preceeding unary minus
Hmm I wouldn't have guessed that adding a \phantom{-} on every row that didn't have a {-} would have goofed the column placement, but it is imperceivable in these examples at least. Thanks :)
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