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I have been using LaTeX since 1993. I am a research leader at NICTA

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reviewed No Action Needed :0 Undefined control sequence
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reviewed No Action Needed Why are there no spaces in Hangul-Words (XeLaTeX - xeCJK)
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answered Same command is used more than one number of time but i am getting only last output
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reviewed Reopen To have math in section's name with doi -package (hyperref)
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Reviewer
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reviewed Close Are tickz and pstricks in conflict?
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reviewed Close About the list of tables and header in memoir type of classicthesis
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reviewed No Action Needed Make notes next to a piece of text (not margin notes) I'm not sure what they're called (image included)
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reviewed Close I want to write a paper in latex but I don't know how to write in latex
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reviewed Approve How to label my references so I know how to refer to them?
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revised Norwegian letters in bibliography and article text
added 2 characters in body
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comment Norwegian letters in bibliography and article text
You can use bibtex8 instead of bibtex. bibtex8 provides support for unicode characters.
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comment Making math behaving like \mathit
@egreg For the argument of semantic markup, you have to go all the way. A variable is a variable no matter of how many letters its identifiers has. So one should use \var{ab} for the variable "ab" and \var{c} for the variable c. Also. for the copyeditor/supervisor argument in your (otherwise technically excellent, as usual) answer.
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comment Making math behaving like \mathit
@egreg Where do you stop with semantic markup? If offer is the product of 5 quantities (variables), then, for consistency, it should be \var{o}\var{f}\var{f}\var{e}\var{r}.
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comment Making math behaving like \mathit
I was a bit sloppy:-) The idea was to wrap each "string" with \mathit (and indeed I use a shortcut for it).
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comment Making math behaving like \mathit
The last one (\everymath) changes numerals to italics as well.
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comment Making math behaving like \mathit
@ChrisS Math variables, terms, functions and predicates are typically written in italics. Do you write $y=z \times f(z)$ or $\mathrm{y} = \mathrm{z} \times \mathrm{f}(\mathrm{z})$.
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asked Making math behaving like \mathit
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reviewed Reviewed \newpage does not seem to create a new page