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Jun
25
comment Indentation of left-aligned equations (flalign) without fleqn
As an aside, you can use \mathindent (see LaTeX/Advanced Mathematics) instead of \parindent to get the normal indentation used by fleqn.
Jun
25
comment Indentation of left-aligned equations (flalign) without fleqn
@HenriMenke Can you remove the superfluous % in \newenvironment{shiftedflalign}? It caused me to question why that was not in \newenvironment{shiftedflalign*}.
Jun
24
comment Vertical spacing around lhs2TeX code block in floats
Here's the solution: use \centering instead of \begin{center}/\end{center} inside a float.
Jun
24
comment Vertical spacing around lhs2TeX code block in floats
Excellent. That avoids the need for \abovedisplayskip and \belowdisplayskip. The centering seems to have the same space-increasing effect on plain text and code blocks, which suggests that it is independent of lhs2TeX. Any idea about how to fix that?
Nov
27
comment What is the right way to input prime with Unicode-math (LuaTeX backend)
Can you do the same "fix" that you did for Cambria Math on a per-font basis (e.g. for use with \mathversion)? It seems to apply to the current math font now.
Nov
26
comment Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
I've also been struggling with mixing multiple math fonts. Thanks to your workaround, I can now do $\lambda x' \mathother{\lambda x'}$, where \mathother is analogous to your \eucal. I have found no other way to do this and get all the symbols (Greek letters, primes, etc.) I need from all the fonts.
Nov
19
comment Configuring latexmk to use a preprocessor (lhs2TeX)
I decided to go with using make to run the preprocessor. Solution #1 is not simpler, still hardcodes the compiler, and (as I realized later) runs lhs2TeX every time the compiler is run (e.g. the multiple times for BibTeX) when it should only be run once to produce the .tex file. Solution #2 still requires an external run of lhs2TeX. Lastly, it was more clear how to preprocess \input-ted files with a Makefile than with latexmk.