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comment How to cite an epub?
Does tex.stackexchange.com/q/119330/17423 answer your questions? Otherwise, I wouldn't say these are really on-topic for the site. They are all opinions.
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comment Cast a custom warning during compilation
Naively, you can use \typeout. I would use l3msg from expl3, though.
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reviewed Close How do I explicitly print the labels for a given equation?
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reviewed Close How to give reference of a website
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reviewed Close Editing .bib file to fix error
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reviewed Close How to remove unwanted first name of author from citation?
Apr
30
comment What is a good environment for writing problems and solutions?
exsheets is probably best for you, but this is opinion-based.
Apr
30
comment Is the philosophy of LaTeX actually realized in practice?
Short answer: yes. I've done this on multiple occasions with my own documents. Right now it takes a careful document(-class) design, but LaTeX3 concepts will make this easier for class-writers. (edit: "if all I want is to choose a different presentation of my existing content" especially hits home. This is easy with a keyval-based markup approach.)
Apr
29
reviewed Approve How to add custom environment in latex-suite
Apr
29
reviewed Approve Reduce space before and after an environment
Apr
29
reviewed Approve Elements in tabular environment won't right align
Apr
29
reviewed Approve List spacing being ignored in parcolumns environment
Apr
29
reviewed Close Auto-completion LaTeXila doesn't work
Apr
29
comment Cayley graph attempt
I'm a little confused by your drawing – would you be able to clean it up a bit?
Apr
26
comment Illegal parameter number in definition of \NewValue
Please expand this to a minimal working example.
Apr
22
reviewed Leave Closed Is CTAN secure against attackers uploading bugged versions of well-known packages?
Apr
22
comment About error “ could not start default compiler : PdfLaTex ”
Press the start button (or press 'Windows key'+R) and type "cmd" then press enter. The black window that shows up is the command line. Now type "tex --version" and press enter. What shows up?
Apr
21
comment Process a latex command if the current date is between two specified absolute dates
take a look at datetime2-calc
Apr
18
answered Listings: Define new language from Emacs highlighting
Apr
18
comment Listings: Define new language from Emacs highlighting
In case the listed link goes dead, I've re-uploaded to GitHub.