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comment Tikz automaton placed too far to the right
@sautedman sounds like you should increase the paper size on your standalone document. i would ask a new question, though – follow-up questions like this are oft forgotten.
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comment Reaction sheme for Saponification with chemfig: horizontal and vertical placement
i.imgur.com/v1ZeU3e.gif :-)
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comment Reaction sheme for Saponification with chemfig: horizontal and vertical placement
There is also texwelt.de if English is not an option. (We would love for you to stay, though!)
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comment Drawing a flag in LaTeX Tikz
@percusse to clarify, a gradient version is included in the current manual. this is stepwise.
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reviewed Close table of contents error
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reviewed Close Enconding conversion from Mac to Linux and viceversa
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reviewed Reopen How does the LaTeX `ABC` music typesetting package configure spacing with `width`
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comment Footnote Issue in Overleaf
Glad I could help :) but are you sure the local output was fine? Note that I'm not talking about the PDF output; I'm talking about the console output when you compile the document. Most editors configure TeX to continue running past errors (up to a certain threshold).
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comment What is the proper way to change the section title font in LaTeX?
@cfr I never said I made any sense :) Sorry for the general confusion. Canageek, that's a fair point – I never considered that. It's my understanding though that journals will enforce their style to a tee – such customizations as this are generally for nought. But that's probably a discussion for chat :)
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comment Footnote Issue in Overleaf
I would check the output of a local compile again; I can reproduce the error. In this scenario, it would be best to just have \footnotemark and \footnotetext. (Just because the compile finished doesn't mean the compile was successful.)
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comment What is the proper way to change the section title font in LaTeX?
@cfr Sorry about that – that kind of snark was the effect of two-years-expired cough syrup that I unwittingly took… My point was that there is little reason that I can think of to stick to pdftex especially when you want to do fancy things with your fonts.
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comment What is the proper way to change the section title font in LaTeX?
ln `which xelatex` `which pdflatex`
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comment Does latex fix double whitespaces?
@AndrewCashner I think that's the appropriate answer, here. :)
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comment PNG or PDF (or EPS)
I haven't delved into the (massive) spec for PDF, but I'm almost certain it is simpler (i.e. faster) to include a PDF in another. If you're going for raw compile speed, I'd go with PDF.
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comment In TeXShop, is there a directive to select biber or BibTeX on a per-document basis?
@jvriesem Not at all! The links can be hard to spot :)
Jun
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comment Default font letter spacing
However, first I'd try loading the microtype package. It can surprise you with how much space it can save. (microtype is short for microtypography -- tiny, tiny enhancements.)
Jun
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comment Default font letter spacing
If you compile with xelatex instead of pdflatex, you can use whatever font you want with the fontspec package, which will let you play with spacing directly. Otherwise, see the font catalogue and the fonts available from CTAN (which were likely included in your distribution).
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reviewed Close PDF Selection Issues
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reviewed Close How do LaTeX macros interact with the TeX engine?
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comment How do LaTeX macros interact with the TeX engine?
See also seanallred.com/tex/2015/05/25/tex-terminology.html