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comment Knowledge indicators
+1 for Klingon :)
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comment Is there a way to `\kill` a row in {tabular}
You can set column widths by using options like p{<width>} for tabular or array. Another way is to use \hphantom{<content>} for cells in a particular row. This will make cells occupy widths same as <content> (but not height) while keeping <content> invisible.
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reviewed Approve bibtex dont show complete reference
Jan
22
comment Crop the image of LaTeX formula
@Orient: Thanks. If you want to crop further, you may change the parameter of border to 1pt or even 0pt.
Jan
21
comment Crop the image of LaTeX formula
@Orient: So did my answer solve your problem? I'm confused by your comments...
Jan
21
answered Beamer: Subsections in table of contents in one line
Jan
21
comment Crop the image of LaTeX formula
By the way, if you want to embed math into html, you may want to check out MathJax.
Jan
21
answered Crop the image of LaTeX formula
Jan
21
comment Crop the image of LaTeX formula
Use the standalone documentclass
Jan
20
comment Spacing between equation and text
Is there a reason for not using \;\text{for ...} instead of \ \text{for ...}?
Jan
20
comment Beamer: How to Disable `\pause` Temporarily
@Sigur: \def\pause{} doesn't work for me if it is in the preamble. It has to be put after \begin{document}.
Jan
20
answered Align itemize bullet within tikz environment, v2
Jan
20
comment Beamer: How to Disable `\pause` Temporarily
The easiest way is to add the handout option: \documentclass[handout]{beamer}. However, this may sometimes be an overkill, especially when you have \only, \onslide, overprint, etc. in your presentation. There are other, more subtle ways of suppressing overlay effects. You may post a more specific question if the handout option at document class does turn out to be an overkill.
Jan
19
comment Tikz/pgfplots problem: change x-axis counting at certain x-coordinate
Welcome to TeX.SX! Please help us to help you and add a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. It will be much easier for us to reproduce your situation and find out what the issue is when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document}.
Jan
19
comment Beamer: Extra vertical space with \visible
@GonzaloMedina: Thanks for the comment. It seems that adding other texts after \entry, either inside or outside of the scope of \visible (e.g. \visible<1->{\entry} text) also worked. Somehow the combination of \visible and display math gives the unwanted vertical space.
Jan
17
answered SmartArt graphics in LaTeX
Jan
17
awarded  Inquisitive
Jan
16
comment SmartArt graphics in LaTeX
Isn't it just a matter of re-drawing the connecting lines using different styles? It seems that you've already got the nodes positioned correctly.
Jan
16
asked Beamer: Extra vertical space with \visible
Jan
16
comment Installation/usage of latexdiff on Windows 7
@Elliot: Yeah, this probably has to do with how you initially installed MikTeX (you could select whether to install it for all users on the computer, or just yourself). If it's for all users, then all the updates should be handled in admin mode. At any rate, I'm glad that things worked out.