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Mar
20
comment Installation/usage of latexdiff on Windows 7
@IgorKotelnikov: The message seemed to suggest that you'd need to install Perl (strawberryperl.com/releases.html) on your machine.
Mar
17
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Mar
3
comment tikzmark and issue with pgfsys-dvips.def
@PaulGessler: No, unfortunately... See bakoma-tex.com/menu/talk-messages.php?topic=20130905065707.txt
Feb
24
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Feb
17
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Feb
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on eledmac tag wiki excerpt
Feb
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on eledmac tag wiki
Jan
30
accepted Indent LaTeX code NOT in an environment using latexindent
Jan
30
comment Indent LaTeX code NOT in an environment using latexindent
This is superb! Thank you very much Chris!
Jan
25
comment Gratuitous vertical space with nested list environments given a certain line length
Hmm... I got \spaceskip0pt working last night but not now. However, using active:\spaceskip1pt works. This is more of a diagnostic tool to detect where the problem might come from. The TeXbook does suggest that the stretchability will increase after a punctuation mark. Your case is slightly different, because if you change ":" to a letter say "i", the problem remains. Whatever the reason, I think it'll have to do with glues in LaTeX, although I don't have a good explanation for this.
Jan
24
comment LaTex Image Problems (Align and position)
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Jan
24
comment Latex beamer template
tex.stackexchange.com/questions/146529/… and tex.stackexchange.com/questions/54577/… will be a good start.
Jan
24
comment Gratuitous vertical space with nested list environments given a certain line length
It is as Zarko says, that the item without ":" is just enough to fit in one line. (Add \tikz[overlay]\draw[gray](0,0)rectangle+(\textwidth,3); after \end{itemize} to visualize the line width.) Adding an additional character, a colon or any letter for that matter, will produce too much width (due to gluing) to fit in one line, and thus push the white space to the next line. If you "kill off" inter-word space, for example, using \spaceskip0pt right after ":", there will be no extra space "pushed" to the next line.
Jan
23
answered How can I modify the Beamer footline in a way that doesn't change positioning of contents/sidebar?
Jan
23
comment How can I modify the Beamer footline in a way that doesn't change positioning of contents/sidebar?
Do you want the page numbers to be on the same line as the navigation symbols? If so, you can set ht=0pt, dp=0pt in the beamercolorbox, and set the second \vskip.5ex.
Jan
23
comment How can I modify the Beamer footline in a way that doesn't change positioning of contents/sidebar?
Welcome to TeX.SX! To mark code samples, you can indent lines by 4 spaces or enclose words in backticks `, they'll be marked as code, as can be seen in my edit. You can also highlight the code and click the "code" button (with "{}" on it, not the "quote" button with quotation mark).
Jan
23
revised How can I modify the Beamer footline in a way that doesn't change positioning of contents/sidebar?
added 91 characters in body
Jan
23
comment Long bibliography in Beamer presentation
How about \setbeamertemplate{bibliography item}[text]?
Jan
23
comment Long bibliography in Beamer presentation
Try \bibliographystyle{plain} instead of \bibliographystyle{apalike}.
Jan
23
answered Does not imply arrow in \xymatrix?