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I'm a graduate student of mathematics in Germany.


Nov
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comment Using scalebox with href inside or how to scale a hyperlink
@DavidCarlisle Okay, so are thinking in that line. The tabular should be smaller so it fits the page size. It is part of a not too well thought-out layout I use as a header for the exercises I need to hand in at university. The clean solution would probably to adapt the layout to the situation, yes. But I’m still interested in a solution or hack to this particular problem.
Nov
4
comment Using scalebox with href inside or how to scale a hyperlink
@DavidCarlisle … but how?
Nov
4
revised Using scalebox with href inside or how to scale a hyperlink
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Nov
4
comment Using scalebox with href inside or how to scale a hyperlink
The problem is that I need to rescale a whole tabular with hrefs inside. I didn’t make that clear, I think.
Nov
4
asked Using scalebox with href inside or how to scale a hyperlink
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
8
accepted Positioning a node horizontally aligned and below others
Jun
8
comment Positioning a node horizontally aligned and below others
Many thanks for the solution! The matrix nature of {tikz-cd} makes such an approach impossible, right?
Jun
8
asked Positioning a node horizontally aligned and below others
Jan
12
comment Listings line numbers that match the linerange specification
@AndrewSwann True. I’m having problems with showlines that are unrelated. However, the solution here doesn’t go nicely with the lstlinebgrd package. If one wants to keep background colors, one has to imitate its implementation and add \lst@linebgrd between the last two closing curly braces in the definitions of the key cases left, leftliteral, right (and rightliteral if one has defined it), e.g. …\kern\lst@numbersep}\lst@linebgrd}\\%.
Jan
12
comment Listings line numbers that match the linerange specification
This seems to overwrite other listingsoptions set by lstset like showlines=true– is there a way to keep those as well?
Oct
22
accepted Unicode characters in a listing environment are not colorized!
Oct
22
comment Unicode characters in a listing environment are not colorized!
@UlrikeFischer Ah, indeed! It now works, I must have made some error before, – I can’t figure it out, what I have done wrong, but now it works. You should post this as an answer, so I can accept it.
Oct
22
comment Unicode characters in a listing environment are not colorized!
@UlrikeFischer Okay, I added the symbols I used. It doesn’t change my output. (After all, the symbols were displayed before.) So this unfortunately does not solve my problem. Thank you, though.
Oct
22
comment Unicode characters in a listing environment are not colorized!
@UlrikeFischer Do you know what kind of codes (^^80, ^^81 etc.) these are in the answer in your link?
Oct
22
comment Unicode characters in a listing environment are not colorized!
@egreg I’m using LuaLaTeX.
Oct
22
revised Unicode characters in a listing environment are not colorized!
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Oct
22
asked Unicode characters in a listing environment are not colorized!
Sep
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awarded  Yearling