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I'm Edd. I'm a Computer Science graduate from the University of Bath, currently working as a software developer at Ocado, in Hatfield, UK. I've experience working in a number of industries, including military and civil engineering, and working on very different types of project.

I reguarly code in C, C++ and Objective-C, and have experience using Python, Java, PHP and Ada as well as the basics such as Bash-scripting. I'm keen to learn C# and the .Net framework in the near future. I'm happy to work with html and XML, and I typeset the vast majority of my university work using LaTeX.

Outside of work, I'm a keen photographer. I'm a Canon user, shooting with a 5D. I'm interested in landscapes and cityscapes, as well as bits of sports photography. I'm wanting to learn more about how I can use flash to enhance my photos.


May
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comment How to add custom C++ keywords to be recognized by Minted?
@pmav99 That would be a much better solution that I was unaware of. Do you want to post that and I'll delete my answer (assuming I can still delete accepted answers)
May
12
comment How to add custom C++ keywords to be recognized by Minted?
@pmav99 Yes of course. Sorry; brain really wasn't engaged.
May
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revised How to add custom C++ keywords to be recognized by Minted?
corrected change
May
12
comment How to add custom C++ keywords to be recognized by Minted?
@pmav99 Thanks. I know it's not a good method it's just the only way I know. I've converted the disadvantages to a list and included yours to try and make it clear this is very non-ideal.
May
12
revised How to add custom C++ keywords to be recognized by Minted?
Converted disadvantages to a list.
May
12
answered How to add custom C++ keywords to be recognized by Minted?
May
12
revised Custom figure insertion in tex document
Marked up inline code snippet. Minor rewording of end of question.
May
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suggested suggested edit on Custom figure insertion in tex document
May
12
comment Custom figure insertion in tex document
Can you provide a minimum working example required to produce this, and provide a link to (or possibly hardcode the dimensions of) the image. It may be that there is not enough room after the initial text on Pg2 to fit the figure in.
May
11
revised How to obtain clear printed graphics with PCTeX v6
Accidentally munched a word when adding the images.
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suggested suggested edit on How to obtain clear printed graphics with PCTeX v6
May
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revised How to obtain clear printed graphics with PCTeX v6
Included images as provided in a comment to an answer.
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suggested suggested edit on How to obtain clear printed graphics with PCTeX v6
May
10
awarded  Vox Populi
May
10
revised How to obtain clear printed graphics with PCTeX v6
Minor grammar/typo tweeks missed in previous edit. Sorry for splitting it into two.
May
10
comment How to obtain clear printed graphics with PCTeX v6
Welcome to TeX.StackExchange. Would it be possible to provide a MWE and image to show what's causing your problem and what it looks like? As an aside, StackExchange sites don't require users to include a greeting in their posts.
May
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suggested suggested edit on How to obtain clear printed graphics with PCTeX v6
May
10
comment How can I produce a 'ring (or wheel) chart' like that on page 88 of the PGF manual?
@Sharpie Beat me to. I've deleted mine as I didn't notice the "answer added" bar.
May
10
comment XeLaTeX inserts blank double page compared to pdfLaTeX
@Ulrike I'd re-write your comment as an answer with the brief explanation given above so this question can be closed.
May
10
comment Commenting out large sections
Can you explain the sort of situations you want to do this in? If, for example, it's to reduce compile times when writing a long document then you may find it best to use something like the subfiles package. This would mean you don't have to remove the commented out sections before compiling the whole document, but you could still compile individual parts of the document with the proper preamble, and without changing anything except for which file you pass to LaTeX.