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awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
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accepted Bakoma - how to view errors
Feb
27
asked Bakoma - how to view errors
Feb
27
comment Prevent large line spacing on lines containing “high” symbols
@HendrikVogt - sorry, I looked at the link of the first comment and thought it was yours
Feb
27
comment Prevent large line spacing on lines containing “high” symbols
@tohecz - Yes, I know it sounds like I am asking for the impossible, but I do not mind lowering the tilde by a bit or downsizing the symbol (a little), if that will solve the problem.
Feb
27
comment Prevent large line spacing on lines containing “high” symbols
@HendrikVogt - Thanks, although the questions are almost, I cannot allow overlap of my symbol with the line above it, in contrast to your question. Indeed, I should have phrased my question better.
Feb
27
revised Prevent large line spacing on lines containing “high” symbols
edited title
Feb
27
asked Prevent large line spacing on lines containing “high” symbols
Nov
28
awarded  Commentator
Nov
28
comment grid of figures, caption to the left of each row
still not working... I have other issues I need to attend to (paper deadline coming up :) so I'll get back to this later
Nov
28
comment grid of figures, caption to the left of each row
Thanks you very much! You shouldn't have gone to all that trouble. Of course, when you said you know them to work together well I started disassembling my code to understand the problem.
Nov
28
comment grid of figures, caption to the left of each row
thanks, but it seems that the floatrow package doesn't work well with the wrapfig package which I am also using
Nov
27
asked grid of figures, caption to the left of each row
Nov
4
awarded  Critic
Nov
3
comment Different macro behavior when supplied an argument
@PaulGaborit - BTW, can you refer me to an explanation as to when should one use curly braces and when to use square braces? in this example they use curly braces: math.tamu.edu/~boas/courses/math696/math-macros.html
Nov
3
accepted Different macro behavior when supplied an argument
Nov
3
comment Different macro behavior when supplied an argument
yes! thank you very much! :)
Nov
3
revised Different macro behavior when supplied an argument
added 1 characters in body
Nov
3
comment Different macro behavior when supplied an argument
Thanks! But this just exploits the fact that \phi_{} looks the same as \phi, right? I need a slightly more general solution. I will edit my question to prevent this "loop hole" :)