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Studied computer science at the University of Oslo. Now working for Ksplice at Oracle.


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comment Using the charter font, F followed by a full stop looks like an E. What should I do?
I forgot to say thanks. Thanks!
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comment Using the charter font, F followed by a full stop looks like an E. What should I do?
It works here, but I notice that the text is generally broken differently. So is the problem truly fixed by this, or is it just fixed because something else changed the line breaking and released some of the "pressure" on the F and the . to go close together?
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accepted Using the charter font, F followed by a full stop looks like an E. What should I do?
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comment Using the charter font, F followed by a full stop looks like an E. What should I do?
Oops, by bad. I forgot to include \usepackage[charter]{mathdesign} in the MWE. Sorry :-/ Can you reproduce it now?
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revised Using the charter font, F followed by a full stop looks like an E. What should I do?
Forgot a package in the MWE
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comment Using the charter font, F followed by a full stop looks like an E. What should I do?
I'm using pdfTeX Version 3.1415926-2.4-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2012/Debian). Could it be a problem with the PDF viewer?
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asked Using the charter font, F followed by a full stop looks like an E. What should I do?
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answered Using pgfplots, is there a way to get the same data range for two plots in different figures without entering the bounds manually?
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comment Using pgfplots, is there a way to get the same data range for two plots in different figures without entering the bounds manually?
@cmhughes Yes, I was looking for a solution where the range is still calculated automatically based on the data (as it is usually done if you don't specify anything).
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comment Using pgfplots, is there a way to get the same data range for two plots in different figures without entering the bounds manually?
@PeterGrill I changed the title of the question. Seems like the pgfplots manual calls it the "data range", so that's what I changed it to. Thanks.
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revised Using pgfplots, is there a way to get the same data range for two plots in different figures without entering the bounds manually?
Changed scale in title to data range