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revised Define subpart section
Improved grammar
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reviewed Delete What does [t] and [ht] mean?
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comment What does [t] and [ht] mean?
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comment New section using titlesec and titleclass
Please complete your code to a minimal working example (MWE)
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answered Unifying article and report
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reviewed Close Missing number treated as zero and Illegal unit of measure when using subfigure
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reviewed Close Output command arguments for spellchecking
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reviewed Reviewed Build Lualatex in Sublime
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comment Build Lualatex in Sublime
Welcome to TeX - LaTeX!
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reviewed No Action Needed Drawing smooth path of particle through magnet system
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reviewed Leave Closed Drawing mitochondria
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comment Tricky appendices: Issues with header or ToC. Ranking the appendices as subsections
Please complete your code to something that compiles.
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answered Tricky appendices: Issues with header or ToC. Ranking the appendices as subsections
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reviewed No Action Needed Tips and tricks to tightly couple LaTeX paper and Beamer presentation
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comment `:` is set to `\colon`, but the spacing is still wrong
1. Yes - the AMS use this for professional typesseting of their journals. 2. Done.
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revised `:` is set to `\colon`, but the spacing is still wrong
Answer second question
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comment `:` is set to `\colon`, but the spacing is still wrong
I would say the AMS (= American Mathematical Society) definition is the better one for spacing.
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reviewed Reviewed Preventing page break at specific location
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reviewed Reviewed Embed Latex equation in LyX
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comment Embed Latex equation in LyX
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