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Nerd by day, nerd by night. LaTeX guru go-to person for half the department and Plone developer by trade.


Jun
18
comment Why does \everypar not work?
\everypar is not safe to use in LaTeX. Among the things using it are \@@startsection, an internal base for all sectioning commands, \item, amsmath environments, ...
Jun
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Page numbering starts too early
Jun
18
comment Usage of LaTeX macro \space (compared with \␣)
I think "the combination \␣ is harder to make out on the screen" is a pro here (says the guy who let you replace \cite{....} with []).
Jun
18
answered Displayed math looks bad using beamerposter with lmodern
Jun
17
answered Making 'List of Figures' bold
Jun
17
comment How to create a group of minipages that can be spanned across columns but can't be broken in two pages?
I've tried \goodbreak between your question blocks, which, regardless of setting of \widowpenalty and \clubpenalty, which might be relevant here, yielded each question block spread over an entire column, which is suboptimal.
Jun
17
comment How to set LaTeX so that PDF reader opens Beamer presentation without scrolling?
Is is scrolling from page to page or is the aspect ratio of your window just such that it can't all fit on there? pdfview=Fit might be a good \hypersetup option to try.
Jun
16
comment How can I cite a chapter in the same article or book
If I recall, hyperref's code actually looks at the counter that is used, and not at fig: prefixes and the like. It's still a good idea to use those, though, since some editors offer "insert reference" commands that will guess from context whether you want to reference a figure and only offer you fig: labels.
Jun
3
comment How to include/import only specific sections when using a multiple file structure
Note that \include needs to add pagebreaks around the included part, so using it on something lower than a \chapter might give unexpected results.
Jun
2
comment Times they are changing (font differences Mac/LaTeX)
Hard to tell for me without a grid superimposed on the bottom picture, but the smallcaps letters seem to be slightly larger. If it's a one-off job, manually kern, maybe make the lowercase letters 0.5pt smaller, things like that.
May
29
reviewed Leave Open Random Greek Symbols appears in pdf generated by LaTeX
May
29
awarded  Custodian
May
29
reviewed Leave Open using mathml in htlatex makes it lose the table p-width specification in generated html
May
28
comment Bad formating with align + cases and long equations
You may be interested in the breqn package.
May
27
comment Infinite Loop in Babel with Rotating Sidewaystable
Can't confirm this happens. (Final version of TeXLive2012: pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.4-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2012), rotating.sty 2009/03/28 v2.16a, babel.sty 2008/07/08 v3.8m)
May
27
answered Beamer frame environment introduces 5.69pt vertical margin
Apr
9
answered Change theorem numbering from Roman to Arabic
Mar
25
comment How to use a counter inside \titleformat in LaTeX?
Tangentially, you might also be looking for what is referred to as theorems in LaTeX: bodys with a numbered heading.
Mar
18
comment Is there a \renewtheorem equivalent of \renewcommand, using amsthm and not ntheorem?
Errrr... I was about to give a possible helpful answer along the lines of \let\thmTemp\relax\newtheorem*..., but I object to using the \new... and \renew... family as in-document (as opposed to preamble) commands, so I won't.
Mar
15
comment Converting Powerpoint master slide to beamer
With a bit of elbow grease, you may be able to fake it for sufficiently simple purposes: use a whole-page image of their page as the background (really, that's much easier than re-doing all the gradients and spacing), and then adjust fonts and position for the content. I don't know if that's worth the effort...