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comment Suppress parskip only AFTER a specific paragraph?
Your "Why" section is still giving a solution to an unknown problem.
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revised What exactly are the “[ ]” for in “\usepackage[]{}”
added 8 characters in body
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comment Suppress parskip only AFTER a specific paragraph?
Note that instead of \vspace{-8pt} you could equivalently say \vspace{-\parskip}. But I feel like I should ask: why do you want this behavior to begin with?
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comment Suppress parskip only AFTER a specific paragraph?
Is there any disadvantage to simply introducing a -\parskip vspace?
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comment How to Latex Logic with four or more branches?
@MikeKhokhlovych Also note that you can 'ping' people with the @ symbol. Type that and the start of a name -- you can tab-complete :) Formally, welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format.
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comment Adding symbols to an image
Last time I used Corel, it was Corel PHOTO-PAINT 5 :) Crazy how time flies. You might be interested in LaTeX in CorelDRAW.
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comment Multicol editing
@touhami Deleting questions helps nobody (unless it's pure spam). Anti-questions such as this can help someone with a similar anti-problem.
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comment Adding symbols to an image
If a different problem can be expressed in another way and then solved, then it is indeed a duplicate. Comes up all the time in complexity theory. That said, which piece of software are you using to draw your figures? (a) looks nice (b) that software might integrate with LaTeX if it's designed to produce figures such as this.
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comment Copy and paste on iPad selects whole sentences after loading libertine
I can't reproduce it with Chrome's in-house PDF viewer with either PDF, so I think it's an issue with the viewer implementation on your device (and thus off-topic).
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comment Section list without numbering?
Google is much better at searching StackExchange than StackExchange is.
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comment Section list without numbering?
This has got to be a duplicate.
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comment Good looking LaTeX code
Search/replace for $$ might be harder than you think (in the general case), but a naive solution is an easy sed: s/\$\$([^(\$\$)])\$\$/\\begin{equation*}\1\\end{equation*}/ should do it, I think (untested)
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comment Good looking LaTeX code
@Werner I would be hard-pressed to come up with a regex to align tabulars... It's not a well-formed question right now -- too broad -- but regex alone wouldn't help.
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comment Good looking LaTeX code
You should tell us what platform you're working on. Solutions that work with *nix-based platforms may not work on Windows, for example.
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revised Getting sequences, macros, lists, and such expanded(confused)
edited tags
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comment Custom citation in list of tables
The idiomatic solution is to 'hide' the brackets you don't want LaTeX to see as it's scanning: \caption[I see these characters as one token each but {this entire group[ is ] counted as one} and back to normal]{blah}.
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comment expl3: Expand every item once when adding to a clist
@UlrikeFischer Well what you're going after is a new way to treat an argument, so it would 'naturally' be a new argspec character (O came to mind). But I'm really not sure on how kosher this is – introducing a new argspec character opens the door to a lot of fragmentation in the language (unless it's added to the kernel).
May
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comment expl3: Expand every item once when adding to a clist
From texdoc expl3: "o: One-level-expanded token or braced token list." The rest of the paragraph does go on to explain that only the first token in a token list will be expanded (like you say). To answer my own side-question, it's a nicer way to use \expandafter. The fact that it only expands the first token might not be in perfect alignment with "One-level-expanded token or token list", but it is in perfect alignment with its implied implementation. Just seems strange to me – that's all :)
May
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comment expl3: Expand every item once when adding to a clist
I guess I wasn't familiar with that particular of the definition: "whose first item is expanded once". I'm not saying it should act differently depending on context; I guess I'm saying that the definition doesn't make much sense to me as a layman in TeX expansion :)