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Just some user who has some questions.


Apr
18
comment LyX participates in the Google Summer of Code - which project ideas could be suggested?
@Bugbusters It's already been used in physics.SE and maths.SE with mathjax and it works really well. Compiling a total ball-ache. Also, would you really need to recompile everything?
Apr
18
comment How can I nicely align a single split equation?
+1 Nice. Visually, it's exactly what I was after (see my answer).
Apr
18
answered How can I nicely align a single split equation?
Apr
18
comment How can I nicely align a single split equation?
+1 Thanks for the suggestions! The idea of a subexpression never occurred to me, I got too focused on the LaTeX. It's a bit awkward to introduce at this point in the document however, so I've opted for a modified version of Gonzalo's answer. I'll add it in a minute.
Apr
18
accepted How can I nicely align a single split equation?
Apr
18
comment How can I nicely align a single split equation?
@barbarabeeton Could you provide a MWE please?
Apr
18
revised How can I nicely align a single split equation?
edited title
Apr
18
comment How can I nicely align a single split equation?
Only thing is, my equation is numbered (6.18) and so it makes the third line wonky compared to the second line.
Apr
18
comment How can I nicely align a single split equation?
@CountZero I'd like a local change.
Apr
18
revised How can I nicely align a single split equation?
deleted 5 characters in body; edited title
Apr
18
asked How can I nicely align a single split equation?
Apr
17
accepted How does one reference a footnote for a second time?
Apr
16
revised Errors with moderncv
Took his/her 'answer' and put it in the question as an edit
Apr
16
revised Drawing a hyperbolic trajectory
a hyperbola is not an orbit, it's a fly-by
Apr
16
suggested suggested edit on Drawing a hyperbolic trajectory
Apr
16
comment Drawing a hyperbolic trajectory
Nice! I wouldn't bother changing the answer because of this point but... when you've got a higher density of 'snapshots' of the projectile, it makes it look like its moving slower in that region. For the case of an orbit (or a hyperbolic fly-by), the closest approach is where the trajectory moves fastest.
Apr
16
suggested suggested edit on Errors with moderncv
Apr
15
comment How does one reference a footnote for a second time?
footref worked for me. Note sure what this KOMA thing is though.
Apr
15
revised How does one reference a footnote for a second time?
added 117 characters in body
Apr
15
comment How does one reference a footnote for a second time?
@Anke Yeah, that's what I was looking for. Thanks. But, do you think this is bad typographical practice?