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May
21
comment How to get uncited items printed in a different color?
This seems to fail in my 100+ page document. It seems to mark items cited in \cite{ref1,ref2}- commands as uncited. (using memoir, natbib, hyperref, and cleverref)
Apr
8
comment text justify in beamer
This fails when you use \begin{frame}{frametitle}...\end{frame}... the frame title is put in the frame body, not header.
Apr
1
comment Modified autoref equation name screws up list of figures when a caption includes \autoref{eq}
Hmm, it seems I can work around this issue by using \caption's optional argument for a short caption, which is then placed in the list of figures instead. If I avoid \autoref there, I should be fine. A better solution is still welcome though!
Apr
1
comment Modified autoref equation name screws up list of figures when a caption includes \autoref{eq}
@Mico Right, because then the \Autoref command (which was missing from my original example) won't work anymore (see updated code). By writing both like this, it magically works. I understand it's a bit of a hack, but I didn't find any other way of doing this.
Apr
1
revised Modified autoref equation name screws up list of figures when a caption includes \autoref{eq}
added 73 characters in body
Apr
1
comment Modified autoref equation name screws up list of figures when a caption includes \autoref{eq}
Yeah, that's the point. I need that uncommented.
Apr
1
comment Modified autoref equation name screws up list of figures when a caption includes \autoref{eq}
@Mico Yeah, that's the point, I need/want that bit (or equivalent).
Apr
1
asked Modified autoref equation name screws up list of figures when a caption includes \autoref{eq}
Mar
25
comment Draw a hemisphere (or just a segment of a sphere)?
I have just discovered pgfplots (tex.stackexchange.com/questions/212356/…). I'll see what I can conjure up.
Mar
25
asked Draw a hemisphere (or just a segment of a sphere)?
Mar
18
comment How can I redefine \int to put a negative space after the integral sign, but keep the limits properly set?
I would like \int to still add \limits as well (I used the intlimits option to amsmath in my example, which does just that.
Mar
18
comment How can I redefine \int to put a negative space after the integral sign, but keep the limits properly set?
@Manuel that's halfway there, I didn't know that was possible. Exactly the reason I keep asking weird questions like this.
Mar
18
comment How can I redefine \int to put a negative space after the integral sign, but keep the limits properly set?
@SoundsOfSilence Hmm that would take a lot of user code modification. I can write that myself, but asked here to see if there was a nice/hackish way to push that into \int.
Mar
18
comment How can I redefine \int to put a negative space after the integral sign, but keep the limits properly set?
Note I can't put it in \diff because that command is used everywhere, and sometimes the integral sign is followed by a fraction containing the \diff...
Mar
18
asked How can I redefine \int to put a negative space after the integral sign, but keep the limits properly set?
Mar
16
asked Putting figures+caption in the margin
Mar
16
asked Drawing “beautiful spheres” in TikZ
Mar
5
comment \autoref subsections in appendix
@cyberSingularity You're right, it works just fine. I was using the appendices environment but forgot to add \appendix before that. Thanks for this great solution, btw!
Mar
4
comment \autoref subsections in appendix
Is there a way to make this work with memoir?
Mar
2
comment Previewing bibliography entries on mouse-over of the PDF's citation links
Well, the question title is a default and the web form didn't even mention I forgot to write something sensible there. Fixed.