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A computer science lecturer at University College London. I do stuff in logic, theorem proving, program analysis and verification. I'm a very enthusiastic TeX/LaTeX user, most days.

I also run a small site for LaTeX beginners in spanish: LaTeX Fácil.


Jun
14
comment Where to find bibliography style files conforming to natbib format?
@alexis, thanks a lot for trying to improve your answer. Please note I did not mean that your answer was not satisfactory; the exact opposite! I think it is immensely valuable and does answer the question. Also thanks for your edits and suggested google queries, they seem to be quite useful too. What I was looking for, however, was to go in the exact oposite direction: I don't want more choices! I want less! That's why I suggested listing some common styles, so that I can have a look, pick something that looks nice, but that someone crafted carefully and made sure that works well.
Jun
3
comment How can I get rid of indentation after an equation?
Thanks @RyanReich :) Although for full disclaimer, I was actually pretending to be a novice user when I wrote this question. I was very involved with the site at the beginning, from area51 and through the early beta.
May
29
answered Automatically replace all |foo| with \abs{foo}
May
28
comment Why should I use LaTeX?
Sure, I also find LaTeX a lot easier to use! But, my point is, it is not always easier to learn. Most people will find no trouble clicking trough Word in order to create some basic document, without having to read any sort of manual, it's just intuitive. But my claim is that trying to create a basic document in LaTeX without following any template, guide or manual, is going to be a much more difficult task. (Except, of course, if you are using something like LyX, but then I'll say that's cheating :P)
May
28
comment Why should I use LaTeX?
@Nasser Sure, I guess this is subjective, and different people might have different opinions. Anyway, what I had in mind was a comparison against most “point&click” systems to which people are typically used to, where you can intuitively find your way around without having to read a manual. I've edited the answer to make this more clear.
May
28
revised Why should I use LaTeX?
"traditional systems" -> "point and click systems"
May
25
awarded  Nice Answer
May
22
awarded  Nice Answer
May
22
comment Why no vertical-mode Knuth-Plass?
From these answers I gather that it was a problem, given the computing limitations at the time. But has anybody tried to implement something like this now? Would it be feasible?
May
22
revised How to write a footnnote attached to the author in a LaTeX paper?
added 4 characters in body
May
20
comment How to write a footnnote attached to the author in a LaTeX paper?
which document class are you using? the standard classes do not even have the concept of affiliation or institution. If you are using a non-standard class you might find it more helpful to ask a new question.
May
15
comment How to divide document for black and color printing?
Nice one! Now, I think on draft mode \includegraphics already replaces the image with a corresponding box of the same size. Maybe looking at its code one could figure out how to put there an empty box instead? This will be better as it won't force you to always supply the width and height of the image.
Apr
30
comment Some errors with a little document
You'll get better answers if you first try to write a minimal example.
Apr
30
revised What is the difference between TeX and LaTeX?
added 4 characters in body
Apr
23
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
19
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
19
revised The '.is if' handler of pgfkeys
changed code to work directly with etoolbox toggles
Apr
18
answered The '.is if' handler of pgfkeys
Apr
18
revised Save choice and execute later in pgfkeys?
removed partial answer
Apr
18
accepted Save choice and execute later in pgfkeys?