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May
27
comment How can I take this image on the same line as my text?
@Thruston that worked.
May
27
accepted How can I take this image on the same line as my text?
May
27
asked How can I take this image on the same line as my text?
May
23
comment Could TeX.SE put on a showcase of scientific posters?
@Xavier The purpose of this list was/is to exhibit some great examples of scientific posters in terms of layout and style, not the generic 'how to create a poster'.
May
12
comment amsthm in clean
Very nice!.....
May
11
revised Latex presentation
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May
11
suggested approved edit on Latex presentation
May
4
comment Beautiful table samples
That green is hard to read. Also, more vspacing may make it look better.
May
4
comment Beautiful table samples
Can't read the green.
May
2
comment Showing the bibliographic entry in a popup when you hover over the citation key
@robert.marik.cz See my 'answer' below.
Apr
30
suggested rejected edit on What is the difference between TeX and LaTeX?
Apr
24
accepted Are there any editors or packages with auto-correct for LaTeX commands?
Apr
24
revised Are there any editors or packages with auto-correct for LaTeX commands?
edited title
Apr
24
comment Are there any editors or packages with auto-correct for LaTeX commands?
@texenthusiast The list doesn't specify the feature I'm looking for, and researching each one would be a considerable task. (Note, at this point, I'm not sure the feature exists at all).
Apr
24
asked Are there any editors or packages with auto-correct for LaTeX commands?
Apr
22
comment How can I draw a line in a figure environment?
A hero once again! Thanks David.
Apr
22
accepted How can I draw a line in a figure environment?
Apr
22
asked How can I draw a line in a figure environment?
Apr
22
comment How to switch to upright greek in math mode?
@Aydin They're both the same
Apr
21
comment How to make the math font slightly thicker?
Nice question! I'd like to know if there is a way to locally make certain math characters slightly thinner. For example, the letter $\Psi$ looks almost bold by default and so stands out on a page; it's kinda ugly.