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awarded  Curious
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asked Monochrome vs grayscale in scientific journals?
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accepted How to typeset a graph of a binary relation?
May
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comment How to typeset a graph of a binary relation?
@PaulGessler I uploaded the image with Ctrl+G and replaced the link to the newly uploaded image
May
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revised How to typeset a graph of a binary relation?
other image URL
May
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comment How to typeset a graph of a binary relation?
@aeroNotAuto Probably you use a very old browser which does not support PNG files
May
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comment How to typeset a graph of a binary relation?
@aeroNotAuto ibin.co/20H3KO2pkOkp is a direct link to an image
May
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comment How to typeset a graph of a binary relation?
@aeroNotAuto I don't understand you. What "including some sort of visual aid" does mean? Does this mean that I make a graph for visual aid of readers of my manuscript? If this is the question, then yes, I am doing a visual aid.
May
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comment How to typeset a graph of a binary relation?
@PaulGessler I have created the above image with LibreOffice Draw and saved it as EPS. But probably it could be better with some LaTeX package. Which package integrating nicely with pdflatex can you suggest?
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asked How to typeset a graph of a binary relation?
Apr
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comment Change description environment indents
The result is not good. See "addendum 2" in my question.
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revised Change description environment indents
addendum 2
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Change description environment indents
I've edited the question. It does not work as expected. Please help.
Apr
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revised Change description environment indents
added one more test
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comment Change description environment indents
Your answer is probably specific for article document class. But I want it to work for amsbook and if possible for every document class. Can you help?
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Change description environment indents
@egreg I want to create a list formatted like enumerate but with labels containing cross-references (sometimes not in ascending order) in the place of regular item labels. An example of what I want as a label: (1)$\Rightarrow$(2). Or sometimes description items are easy like \ref{xxx}. should be formatted like as it if was an enumerate list.
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awarded  Editor
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comment Change description environment indents
@Werner: I've edited the question. I don't know whether hanging indent makes sense for me.