116 reputation
4
bio website ptmartins.info
location
age
visits member for 2 years
seen Jul 18 at 22:27

PhD student (Cognitive Science and Language) at the University of Barcelona


Jan
7
answered How to set up TeX software to begin making existing Greek and Hebrew texts into custom interlinear pdfs?
Jan
3
answered Best practices in organizing BibDesk files
Nov
15
awarded  Teacher
Nov
15
comment The punctuation signs; comma and dot, below footnote indicator is beautiful in the context of typographic styles?
By "TeX Power" I don't refer to anything usually. Here, by "Tex Power" I referred to the only thing I took it to refer to (the specific example), the same way that "English norm" and "Spanish and French norm" referred to the corresponding examples. I guess I should've just written "the 3rd example" instead. (NB: In case there is any confusion, I am not the author of the question; that would be David)
Nov
15
comment The punctuation signs; comma and dot, below footnote indicator is beautiful in the context of typographic styles?
Not knowing what else it could refer to, I just used the term to refer to the example provided. My opinion was based only on aesthetics, and not at all on the underlying code or method.
Nov
15
comment The punctuation signs; comma and dot, below footnote indicator is beautiful in the context of typographic styles?
I took it to be TeX's way of typesetting superscript text with the code provided, which will result in something that looks very much like a footnote marker or an exponent (power), but is typeset differently, as can be seen in David's example.
Nov
15
answered how to add {author}, {tableofcontents} and {date} for each {chapter} or {section}
Oct
29
answered The punctuation signs; comma and dot, below footnote indicator is beautiful in the context of typographic styles?
Oct
1
answered How can I explain the meaning of LaTeX to my grandma?
Jun
30
answered Truncation of “year” field in author-year citations using Natbib
May
12
comment Changing footnote marker position
Or any footnote before begin document, apparently (they do not conform to the redefinition of footnote...).
May
12
comment Changing footnote marker position
Thank you Gonzalo. This is exactly what I needed! Now I have a new problem, though. I would like \thanks to have the same behavior. Is that possible? (Should I make it a new, separate question?)
May
12
awarded  Supporter
May
12
comment Changing footnote marker position
Thank you for replying, Gonzalo. I added an example of what I'm working with.
May
12
revised Changing footnote marker position
Added example
May
12
awarded  Editor
May
12
revised Changing footnote marker position
edited body
May
12
asked Changing footnote marker position
Jun
28
awarded  Student
Jun
28
asked Using expex across pages