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Jul
15
revised Why is the picture not centered in the frame?
Added some text in the question (the question body should be self-contained without the title) and an image description.
Jul
15
suggested approved edit on Why is the picture not centered in the frame?
Jun
17
revised How to get rid of “c-cedilla” in math mode?
Removed pointer to answers. The question shouldn't contain answers.
Jun
17
suggested approved edit on How to get rid of “c-cedilla” in math mode?
Jun
16
comment How can I replace tabs with spaces before compiling .tex file?
@null He's saying that when you post code on the site the tabs are converted to spaces and so if you copy&paste the code from this answer you don't see any tab. This is sometimes an issue, especially in programming sites. That's why you should use spaces when you want to share the code here: if you use tabs the automatic conversion may change the behaviour of the program/output of the latex file.
Jun
10
comment 3d tikz picture wrong overlap
The problem is that you are using the painter's algorithm to render the 3D scene. It's well known that it does not work when objects intersects/overlap.
Jun
8
comment How to insert StackExchange style code?
@anetworknoobie You ought to read about command definitions etc. Just search things like "newcommand latex" on google and on this site and you'll find tons of resources about that. If you are using linux or mac be aware that you probably have texdoc installed. So if you want to learn about a certain package you can just launch from the terminal texdoc package-name to see its documentation (e.g. texdoc mathtools).
Jun
8
comment How to insert StackExchange style code?
@moewe I wouldn't suggest minted for inline code. Its implementation is (was? up to1/2 years ago?) really buggy. It broke other much more important features.
May
30
awarded  Teacher
May
28
answered Pentagram Diagram
May
21
comment How to plot a graph
I'd say it would be better to create two \nodes or \coordinates for z and \beta and then use ($ (z) + (b) $) to automatically compute the third point. In this way if you want to change the orientation of the segments you can simply change z and b and the other point is computed automatically.
May
20
comment Simple and intuitive tool for generating simple diagrams
For that simple matrix-like diagram I'd simply use xypic and its xymatrix command...
May
11
revised A custom “letter” in text mode
Fixed formatting of code block and added link to stackengine package.
May
11
suggested approved edit on A custom “letter” in text mode
May
10
accepted How to reference a theorem displayed between pauses in beamer?
May
10
comment How to reference a theorem displayed between pauses in beamer?
I had no idea that \label could use that syntax!
May
9
revised How to reference a theorem displayed between pauses in beamer?
Clarified the issue with uncover.
May
9
comment How to reference a theorem displayed between pauses in beamer?
@Sigur \uncover does not do what I want. I want the behaviour of \only, i.e. when the text is not shown it should not occupy space. \uncover simply hides the text but it still takes space.
May
9
comment How to reference a theorem displayed between pauses in beamer?
@Sigur In the actual presentation they are indeed numbered, but that wasn't necessary to provide a minimal example for the problem I care about.
May
9
asked How to reference a theorem displayed between pauses in beamer?