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A mathematician who uses TeX/LaTeX as a daily tool.


Jul
10
comment How to slash number at the picture below?
@barbarabeeton Perfectly correct - I have just removed amsfonts as you suggest, as you say the mathtools+amsmath redunancy can be a useful reminder.
Jul
9
comment How can I refer to the bibliography chapter generated by biblatex using cleveref?
Welcome to TeX.SX! It is better to provide complete compilable documents rather than code snippets, see minimal working example (MWE), so we know which documentclass and packages you are using.
Jul
8
comment Correct placement of sum limits
@LaRiFaRi Yes, the \langle is about the same height and depth, and so the \mathstrut is not necessary on that term. However, adding it uniformly to both terms, produces a solution that will work with different content.
Jul
8
comment how to draw squares, circles and triangles
The extra argument, means that nothing will be written to the list of figures, which may be OK for you. The code above compiles fine for me - maybe you a have clashing definition of \mycircle lying around, the error messages can sometimes be rather cryptic; or may be you have slightly mistyped the code.
Jul
8
comment how to draw squares, circles and triangles
@AdamGosztolai That is a robustness issue. I have updated my solution to take that in to account.
Jul
8
comment 2 rows legend and alignment
The legend is set as a matrix of nodes so changing the number of columns from line to line is not possible. legend columns=-1 would put all entries in one row, which might be more appropriate for you.
Jul
8
comment How to put a float *right here* if possible, or at the top of the next page if it is not possible?
It is usually best to understand latex's float parameters and tweak them rather than using H. See tex.stackexchange.com/q/39017/15925
Jul
8
comment Abbreviate only middle names in biblatex
You can add your custom style to your question. The most obvious question is how are you adding spaces and punctuation? In particular do you use biblatex's macros such as \addspace etc.
Jul
7
comment split equation in multiple lines
Yes you can load several different packages.
Jul
7
comment split equation in multiple lines
I have posted a solution below, it will work with your use of elsarticle too, just remember to issue \usepackage{mathtools}
Jul
7
comment subequations customize arabic numbering in aligned environment
The chadstyle.sty loads hyperref, so you can either do as you did, by patching the style before hyperref, or you could load amsmath patch and then load chadstyle afterwards.
Jul
7
comment I want to draw these figures in the link
This question would be substantially improved by showing us how you draw at least of the the figures. We would then know which graphics package you are working with.
Jul
7
comment split equation in multiple lines
(a) multiline is defined by the amsmath package, (b) it is a top level environment and can't be embedded in equation, use split instead (also from the amsmath package).
Jul
7
comment subequations customize arabic numbering in aligned environment
If it is not too big then you can add the code to your question.
Jul
7
comment moderncv \social commands
By standard these from the marvosym package. See tex.stackexchange.com/q/14/15925 . If you are running xelatex or lualatex they are from the fontawesome package.
Jul
7
comment subequations customize arabic numbering in aligned environment
What is hiding in chadstyle.sty?
Jul
7
comment Package biblatex Warning: No “backend” specified, using Biber backend
Following up on Bernards comment, have you processed as in tex.stackexchange.com/q/63852/15925 ?
Jun
28
comment How to add explanation of terms in equation
I think tex.stackexchange.com/q/95838/15925 should help.
Jun
27
comment Input a figure between title and body in twocolumn form
Welcome to TeX.SX! It is often preferable to post a complete minimal document demonstrating the use of the code, rather than just code snippets. Perhaps you could update your answer.
Jun
27
comment \newlist vs. \newenvironment for defining an individual list style
With newlist you can easily add extra options on individual instances.