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comment Redlining two unknown strings
@ShuTeX any update?
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reviewed Leave Open Aligning the equations
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comment Aligning the equations
At any rate, you want to use the {align} environment from the amsmath package (included in mathtools as well, I think). Can you elaborate on what you mean by 'label'? There are a couple things this could reasonably mean.
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reviewed Approve scrlttr2 - how to add the fromrule into custom-made firsthead?
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comment Create circuit using circuitikz?
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comment Create circuit using circuitikz?
@datanhlg If this answer helped you, please mark your question as resolved by 'accepting' it.
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revised Problems with tikz on TexMaker in RedHat
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comment Problems with tikz on TexMaker in RedHat
Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format. The platform you're compiling on doesn't generally matter – what matters is what you have installed on your system. I'm guessing you installed TeX Live via yum (or similar) – this is widely regarded as a bad idea for this very reason: missing files, out-of-date packages, general anarchy. Install from upstream.
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comment Should expl3 code be used in packages intended to be compatible with multiple formats?
@PaulGessler :-)
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answered Should expl3 code be used in packages intended to be compatible with multiple formats?
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comment Should expl3 code be used in packages intended to be compatible with multiple formats?
Well I didn't really make it for this post :-) actually just a small part of a larger project, to be announced ;)
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comment Should expl3 code be used in packages intended to be compatible with multiple formats?
As you pointed out in chat, termmenu is such a package :) I chose expl3 because it made my job easier. I believe that's what David means – if expl3 makes your job easier, then by all means, use it. If it doesn't, what's the point?
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comment Where is the LaTeX manual?
Which also happens to be fewer than 192 pages, if memory serves :-)
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comment Where can I get datetime2.sty or what is CTAN?
Related: tex.stackexchange.com/a/187728/17423
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comment Where can I get datetime2.sty or what is CTAN?
There you are; you're using MiKTeX. MiKTeX's package manager will be in the Start Menu; find it, run the 'admin' version, search for datetime2 in the program, and install it.
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reviewed Approve Where can I get datetime2.sty or what is CTAN?
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comment Where can I get datetime2.sty or what is CTAN?
Please, please, please use your package manager :( When you downloaded LaTeX, where did you download it from?
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comment Where can I get datetime2.sty or what is CTAN?
A distribution is like an organization that collects TeX-related files (like datetime2), tools (like TeXmaker), and TeX engines/formats (like pdflatex). You could just search your computer for 'MiKTeX' or 'TeXLive' (or 'MacTeX', etc.)
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comment Where can I get datetime2.sty or what is CTAN?
The package is actually embedded in the documentation. The 'ins' file is an 'install' file; running latex on it will extract the necessary files from the dtx (Documented (La)TeX). But again, I would use your package manager; there are GUI managers in both TeXLive and MiKTeX. It would help greatly if you let us know which distribution you have :)
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comment Where can I get datetime2.sty or what is CTAN?
What distribution do you have? Both TeXLive and MiKTeX include the package, so you can use their package managers to install it.