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Jun
8
reviewed Close Scientific Word converter?
Jun
8
revised Can't get symbol list to work
Typos fixed.
Jun
8
revised shrinking a page
edited tags
Jun
8
revised Section and chapter problem
Answer completed.
Jun
8
answered Section and chapter problem
Jun
8
awarded  expansion
Jun
7
comment White marks around leaders in PDF
@AngelTsankov: The image was created by ghostscript 9.05. Here indeed a green line can be seen. But I couldn't see a lighter line neither in AR9/Linux, xpdf 3.04, okular 0.14.3. It is an artefact of the PDF viewer: If I change -dGraphicsAlphaBits=4 to -dGraphicsAlphaBits=1, the grey line is gone.
Jun
7
answered White marks around leaders in PDF
Jun
7
comment spacing in list of figures
Related: Roman numerals become “too wide” in table of contents
Jun
7
answered space between lines \huge
Jun
7
answered Authors and affiliations
Jun
7
comment inequality sign vertically rotated
@Werner: The definitiono of \verteq looks quite odd with \,. Also \verteq is not a relational operator and it does not adapt in size according to the current math style.
Jun
7
revised Overlapping hboxes
Variant with the same base line
Jun
7
answered Overlapping hboxes
Jun
7
comment inequality sign vertically rotated
@Werner: The rotation issues are not covered by the duplicate, therefore I wanted to write this as answer: \usepackage{graphicx} \makeatletter \newcommand*{\vertneq}{% \mathrel{% \mathpalette{\math@rotate{90}}{\neq}% }% } \newcommand*{\math@rotate}[3]{% % #1: rotation angle % #2: math style % #3: symbol \sbox0{$#2\vcenter{}$}% location of the math axis \rotatebox[y=\ht0]{90}{$#2#3\m@th$}% } \makeatother
Jun
7
revised Multiline text in multiline equation
Typo fixed in title and a little code formatting.
Jun
7
answered Multiline text in multiline equation
Jun
7
revised Multiline text in multiline equation
edited tags
Jun
7
revised Is there a way to format the equation like this?
Section "Colored \underline" added.
Jun
7
revised Is there a way to format the equation like this?
Superfluous \begingroup and \endgroup in definition of \colorunderline removed.