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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.


Mar
12
comment Problems with the `graphs` library
Hmm.. the code of those first two examples look exactly the same.
Mar
7
comment How to escape the & (ampersand) character in BibTeX?
After making this change, remember to clear your auxiliary files so that the error doesn't persist!
Feb
13
comment How to make a list of unbreakable items?
@glaz666, I edited the code to take this into account. It's not a particularly elegant solution, and I haven't tested it, but I guess you could give it a try.
Feb
12
comment Is it possible to let captions wrap a bit around includegraphics within figures?
@math maybe you can add your solution as a new answer on the original question?
Feb
10
comment How do I ask beamer to exactly fill up a slide?
Yes, thanks for the help. I still think this answer is a bit far from being a complete solution; but at least it points to “a direction” of how to implement this. I'll award you the bounty as there is no other answer. Will try to work more on it myself and see if I can eventually produce something more robust, perhaps suitable for publishing as a package. Thanks!
Feb
8
comment How do I ask beamer to exactly fill up a slide?
See my updated gist, I think that items with subitems and equations or other environments still don't have the proper spacing.
Feb
8
comment How do I ask beamer to exactly fill up a slide?
I'm also working trying to turn this solution into something that could be individually selected as an option per slide.
Feb
8
comment How do I ask beamer to exactly fill up a slide?
This is looking very good! A problem I've found, though, is that the first use of an \item within an itemize won't be able to read any optional arguments, e.g. I can't write \item<+-> for overlays.
Feb
8
comment How to iterate over a comma separated list?
Nice! Although for key=value items I would mention \keyval_parse:NNn instead, as this is the actual function doing just the parsing (instead of the more high-level option/key handling).
Feb
6
comment How to create a squiggle arrow with some text on it in TikZ?
Why is the counter needed for the node name? I seem to be able to replace the node name with a fixed value and everything still works.
Jan
29
comment booktabs: What is the difference between \toprule and \hline
I would move the picture from the end nearer to the top in the "short answer". I actually think the picture is the shortest answer there is!
Jan
9
comment Reducing the REAL size of an image (compressing) when using \includegraphics
news.cnet.com/U.S.-military-security-defeated-by-copy-and-paste/…
Nov
6
comment How to enter symbol consisting of 4 points
I also think that the symbol should perhaps be typeset in math mode. But shouldn't it be a \mathord?
Oct
24
comment What are the most common mistakes that beginners of (La)TeX and Friends make?
I've also seen people writing $this$ when they meant \emph{this}
Sep
8
comment A macro that conditionally disregards the need for one of its arguments
Maybe DeclarePairedDelimiter is what you are looking for?
Aug
22
comment Beamer allowframebreaks default option
Just in case someone is looking at this question looking for a way to set default frame options (in general): my answer here might provide some help.
Aug
21
comment Conditionally Remove Brackets
Related: Different command definitions with and without optional argument
Aug
15
comment Print small TeX code verbatim and render it
Very nice! I knew there had to be a simple LaTeX3 answer, but couldn't figure it out.
Aug
15
comment Print small TeX code verbatim and render it
Wow! I'm absolutely amazed. Thanks a lot!
Aug
15
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.