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I use Ubuntu; primarily use Bash& Python for my immediate scripting needs, and have a passion for data& storage infrastructure.


Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
4
comment Use multiple \multicolumn commands in a LaTeX table to achieve column headers
It appears I'm not the only one who uses LaTeX around 330am :|
Nov
8
awarded  Yearling
Apr
9
comment Faint pdfborder borders for URL links when using breakurl
you are right! I feel sheepish... I primarily use Acrobat Reader 9 on Ubuntu& didn't bother to check output using other readers. I tried viewing document in Okular& borders are there... Thank you :)
Apr
9
accepted Faint pdfborder borders for URL links when using breakurl
Apr
8
awarded  Commentator
Apr
8
comment Faint pdfborder borders for URL links when using breakurl
@DL6ER, the issue is not with line breaking but with rather with faint borders around URLs. I know its a trivial thing, but I'd love it if my manuscript was consistent :). Incidentally, I use a combination of breakurl package and \sloppy to break long URLs.
Apr
8
revised Faint pdfborder borders for URL links when using breakurl
added 542 characters in body
Apr
7
asked Faint pdfborder borders for URL links when using breakurl
Feb
18
accepted Framebox and subfigure with dirtree package
Feb
18
comment Framebox and subfigure with dirtree package
Great! Thank you for this.
Feb
18
comment Framebox and subfigure with dirtree package
+1 Thank you for this --minipage worked like a charm. I am still struggling with #2 (using subcaption to place dirtree outputs on single line) though.
Feb
18
comment Framebox and subfigure with dirtree package
@egreg Tried typesetting all 3 sub-figures into seperate minipage environments --still no luck with placing them on one horizontal line.
Feb
18
revised Framebox and subfigure with dirtree package
added 2 characters in body
Feb
18
asked Framebox and subfigure with dirtree package
Feb
17
comment Bottom table alignment for rotated column headers
Thank you for this @DavidCarlisle
Feb
17
accepted Bottom table alignment for rotated column headers
Feb
17
comment Bottom table alignment for rotated column headers
@PeterJansson, indeed it does; but only after I stop using \array package for those columns --by replacing >{\arraybackslash}m{0.010\linewidth} with a c. However, I was rather hoping I could have control over the width of those columns.
Feb
17
asked Bottom table alignment for rotated column headers
Jan
9
awarded  Supporter