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Apr
20
comment Two types of footnotes, context sensitive
@jon: don't get me wrong, I love packages, but sometimes, as when writing a thesis that incorporates many previously written documents, each using a large number of packages, I get concerned about conflicts and package compatibility issues (which I have encountered in the past).
Apr
20
comment Two types of footnotes, context sensitive
@Alenanno: Thank you, the answer that you suggested was just what I was looking for, but hadn't been able to find in my previous search of the stackexchange.
Apr
20
asked Two types of footnotes, context sensitive
Apr
16
comment Custom enumerate text is not left aligned
Can you tell me what I would do if I wanted the items indented the same amount as they would normally be without the "Step" text? (I assume there is a default indent distance)
Apr
16
accepted Custom enumerate text is not left aligned
Apr
16
asked Custom enumerate text is not left aligned
Apr
15
accepted What are the rules for placing & while using the split environment?
Apr
15
asked What are the rules for placing & while using the split environment?
Apr
14
comment How to left align sub-equations in which some sub-equations are split across multiple lines (with their own alignment)
Perfect. Thanks.
Apr
14
accepted How to left align sub-equations in which some sub-equations are split across multiple lines (with their own alignment)
Apr
14
asked How to left align sub-equations in which some sub-equations are split across multiple lines (with their own alignment)
Apr
13
accepted Citations broken after clearing auxiliary files
Apr
13
comment Citations broken after clearing auxiliary files
Hmmm. You are right, searching through the log reveals that it was missing the .bbl file, and running latex, bibtex, latex, latex manually seems to have done the job. I wonder why TexStudio sometimes runs bibtex and other times doesn't. In any case, if you make your comment an answer I can accept it as solving this question. Thanks!
Apr
13
comment Citations broken after clearing auxiliary files
In the past, TeXStudio has always handled this automatically (i.e. citations work fine and the bibliography is generated, I never had to call bibtex separately, so I am assuming TeXStudio is running pdflatex and bibtex when I call 'Build&View'). Sometimes I have had to compile twice before everything works, but no matter how many times I compile now, the citations remain broken. Why would it suddenly stop working after clearing the auxiliary files (specifically, files with the following extensions were deleted: log,aux,dvi,lof,lot,bit,idx,glo,bbl,ilg,toc,ind,out,blg)?
Apr
13
asked Citations broken after clearing auxiliary files
Apr
9
accepted biboptions not recognized
Mar
27
answered Natbib “Author undefined” error
Mar
27
comment Natbib “Author undefined” error
I should note, that changing \bibliographystyle{plain} to \bibliographystyle{plainnat}, did not solve the problem as suggested here (tex.stackexchange.com/questions/111790/…) and here (tex.stackexchange.com/questions/97807/…).
Mar
27
asked Natbib “Author undefined” error
Mar
27
comment biboptions not recognized
Perfect, If you make that an answer I can select it.