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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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accepted Using \@ifnextchar to define a macro for “ante meridiem” time
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asked Using \@ifnextchar to define a macro for “ante meridiem” time
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accepted Altering fontsize in equations globally
Nov
13
comment Altering fontsize in equations globally
No, actually that doesn't seem to work. No LaTeX error but also no change in font size in the resulting document (I replaced \small with \footnotesize).
Nov
13
comment Altering fontsize in equations globally
Obviously, I can, by doing the following: \let\oldalign=\align followed by a \let\oldendalign=\endalign followed by a \renewenvironment{align}{\par\nobreak\scriptsize\noindent\oldalign}{\oldendalig‌​n}. However, this does not affect {align*} environments. Why not?
Nov
13
comment Altering fontsize in equations globally
Thanks, @egreg. Can I also redefine the original align environment? Then I can leave my document as is. The obvious approach (e.g. \renewenvironment{align}{\par\nobreak\small\noindent\align}{\endalign}) does not work.
Nov
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asked Altering fontsize in equations globally
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awarded  Scholar
Sep
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accepted My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
Sep
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comment My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
Thanks, egreg. I think it should be \subsubsection*{\refstepcounter{experiment}%instead of \subsection*{\refstepcounter{experiment}%. I cannot edit your answer since this edit is smaller than 6 chars.
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awarded  Supporter
Sep
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comment My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
I am also using the hyperref package. With the above solution, \autoref{ex1} will produce the text "Section (i)". I would like this text to read "Experiment (i)". I tried \newcommand{\experimentautorefname}{Experiment}but this doesn't cut it.
Sep
19
revised My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
added label to experiment subsubsection (see my comment)
Sep
19
suggested approved edit on My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
Sep
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comment My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
Thanks, @egreg.
Sep
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comment My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
@egreg The number should not be on the left. As specified in the \titleformat command, the numbering should be in the heading. It should be a '1' formatted in roman letters. In the above example the output should be: "Experiment (i): Not a Subsubsection".
Sep
19
revised My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
added 3 characters in body
Sep
18
comment My titleclass breaks subsubsection headings
@egreg No, I am looking for an alternative to the standard subsubsections and would like to have both environments numbered separately.