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Jun
9
comment Automatically insert “in the next [chapter/section/subsection]” if reference is sequential
So you would basically like a command that outputs in the next section when the referenced section is immediately following the current section, and other wise output section 3.4?
Apr
23
comment ShareLaTeX maintenance
Send them an email (or use their contact form on their homepage!) - the authors were active on their open source branch github.com/sharelatex/sharelatex 7 days ago, so I doubt they have abandoned it.
Apr
22
comment Is cleveref safe to use?
I am usually advising for using cleveref, its very useful for large documents. Most advanced packages make changes to basic commands (notably, hyperref) - but they work reasonably well together. And if you do run into issues, there is always tex.stackexchange.com.
Apr
17
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
Something like a simple latexmk -f laminin.tex... but if you are using TexStudio, there should be sensible default compile options around.
Apr
16
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
updated my answer to include an explanation of the regular expression I used - but really, regular expressions are way to powerful to explain here. There are many good tutorials around.
Apr
16
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
I have updated the answer, it now contains the main.ist file you need to create.
Apr
16
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
To right justify the page numbers I used the question tex.stackexchange.com/questions/132465/… - there it tells you to define a new .ist file.
Apr
16
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
have you created the main.ist file as per the stackoverflow question I linked?
Apr
16
comment Break URL in figure caption
Its not really a duplicate, as the issue was that \PassOptionsToPackage{hyphens}{url} was not executed early enough.
Apr
16
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
And your spacing code still works, I just uncommented it.
Apr
16
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
I am using an main.ist file, I don't know what noemcl.ist is - I suggest you amend your compile line.
Apr
16
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
You can set the manual sorting order using the @ symbol: \index[biebel]{A@Korinther...}\index[biebel]{B@1. Johannes} will first display Korinther, followed by Johannes. If you just want to supply a sorted list of keys, I suggest you open another question, as I do not know the solution (and can't quickly find one)
Apr
16
comment How to have text inside round brackets on a line and also be added to a second index with predefined index search keys?
Lots of comments! You can specify the number of colums by adding columns=3 to the \makeindex command. You don't need the makeidx package for the prologue; \indexprologue{} is provided by the imakeidx package too.
Apr
16
comment Rendering text as image to protect e-mail address
Also, tex.stackexchange.com/questions/11307/….
Apr
15
comment Break URL in figure caption
Please see my updated answer above.
Apr
15
comment Break URL in figure caption
Could you please include a full example, including all your import packages?
Aug
22
comment customizing the algorithmic package: break and loop labels
@GiovanniAzua I made a similar decision a while ago, but then algorithmic is not compatible with cleveref and is not as flexible, so I eventually swapped. Rewriting is not necessary, you can just do a global search and replace for \STATE to \State, \REQUIRE to \Require etc.
Aug
6
comment Upper and lowercase of a word in the \section heading
ok, you are right; but inside an \MakeUppercase neither of them work on \OE: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \MakeUppercase{\lowercase{\OE} and \MakeLowercase{\OE}} \end{document}.
Aug
6
comment Upper and lowercase of a word in the \section heading
The output is identical for me.
Aug
6
comment Reference algorithmic line numbers using cleveref
Actually, cleveref 0.18.5 claims to support the algorithms package, which ships the algorithmic package. But you are correct - it is currently not supported, but will be fixed with 0.18.6 (in development). For now only algorithmicx is supported.