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Jun
4
answered Unable to make crop work with dynamic length and width from calc
Jun
4
revised cross reference with xr fails (ShareLatex)
Package `zref-xr` added.
Jun
4
answered cross reference with xr fails (ShareLatex)
Jun
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
3
comment Putting tick marks on graph without label using TikZ
Indeed, 200 points per line is overkill by factor 100.
Jun
3
revised \slash vs \addslash in biblatex
Small fix.
Jun
3
answered Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
Jun
3
answered \slash vs \addslash in biblatex
Jun
3
comment Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
Sorry, I do not understand a thing. Why are you first destroying the default bounding box of the plot with funny values? Why do you want to correct the media box of the PDF page later, if the correct values could much more easily be set in the first place?
Jun
3
comment Avoid Option clash for package xcolor
I have written a bug report to the author of package catoptions.
Jun
3
answered Avoid Option clash for package xcolor
Jun
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
2
comment Tikz thinks I'm dividing by 0 when plotting Planck's Law
samples=100 cannot be used after fixed point arithmetic because of a bug in function max. I made a bug report.
Jun
2
revised Tikz thinks I'm dividing by 0 when plotting Planck's Law
Fixes.
Jun
2
answered Tikz thinks I'm dividing by 0 when plotting Planck's Law
Jun
2
comment latex is one page enough
What's the purpose of h and environment table if you do not want floating tables with captions?
Jun
2
comment Border of table does not fit together
@Mico Thanks, I had overlooked it. Also I had to remove the comma from option input-decimal-markers.
Jun
2
revised Border of table does not fit together
\sisetuip added to fix numbers in \SI.
Jun
2
comment Border of table does not fit together
@Mico It could be added to the definition of table, if all tables should be centered. \centering sets \parindent to zero (inside the table it is zero already, but who knows, what a class or package might set). Also it is seen by \caption. It's default is centering, but again, who knows, what package and classes might do. And if the table is made smaller at a later time, then adding \centering is likely to be forgotten.
Jun
2
revised Border of table does not fit together
Image fixed.