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Feb
1
comment How to use a special character as a math operator?
@daleif No: \breve is curved. The math equivalent is \check
Jan
4
revised How do I typeset this symbol? (possibly astronomical)
added 67 characters in body
Jan
4
answered How do I typeset this symbol? (possibly astronomical)
Sep
3
revised Unknown package calc error in bibliography
correct the bibliographystyle to the one needed for QIC
Sep
3
answered Unknown package calc error in bibliography
Jun
14
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
27
comment Expression under summation on multiple lines
If the \substack content is too wide, you can use \mathclap, as detailed in This answer
Oct
29
comment Lowercase \mathcal
@user10834 : The article of Birkhoff your referring to uses lower case italics to denote lines, not lowercase calligraphy.
Aug
10
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
19
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
6
awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
comment Is there a ditto symbol?
Actually, in [unicode.org/Public/6.2.0/ucd/ScriptExtensions.txt] , the line corresponding to the ditto mark (3003) specifies the list of wrting system it intended to be used with Bopo Hang Hani Hira Kana , i.e. the CJK writing systems (Bopomofo, Hangul, Han ideographs, Hiragana and Katakana) only.
Jul
13
awarded  Civic Duty
Mar
30
revised Typesetting Right-to-Left math
Update following the release of unicode 6.1
Mar
30
accepted How to make expanding middle delimitors like in the braket package
Mar
12
accepted Calculating right angle triangle side inside LaTeX
Mar
12
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
28
comment Double-struck unicode chars in \texorpdfstring
But you made me encounter a valid problem trying to understand yours... And now I'd like to have it solved.
Feb
23
answered Double-struck unicode chars in \texorpdfstring
Feb
23
comment Using ligatures as Unicode
@KhaledHosny : you can have some Unicode ligature appearing in your TeX file through a cut'n paste operation. I remember having had some similar problems and I guess it is a legitimate possibility, even if not optimal.