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comment Print small TeX code verbatim and render it
@TorbjørnT. Correct me if I'm wrong but, looking at those packages, they seem to provide example “environments”, I'm looking more for some small almost “inline” code usage (e.g. to make a table). / I'm looking at detokenize now, it (almost!) works, but it has some small problems, will update my question soon.
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asked Print small TeX code verbatim and render it
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answered everymath and set font for math
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comment Force figure placement in text
I don't think that the usual concerns are about saving space, rather than stylistically trying to find the best place where to place a figure, table, etc.
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comment TeX assistance in writing hidden acrostics
Just in case someone is wondering what the output looks like: i.stack.imgur.com/qDVko.png :)
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comment Where to find bibliography style files conforming to natbib format?
@alexis, your suggested query on CTAN is probably a good start. One could grab those URLS, look at their corresponding README files, typeset some examples to see the output, and put them together on a nice new answer. :)
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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.
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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.
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answered Automatically replace all |foo| with \abs{foo}