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comment Add values stored in an array
This is the only one I could understand so far without reading some hundred pages of documentation of experimental packages. :-)
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accepted Add values stored in an array
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comment Add values stored in an array
Seriously? 16 lines of code to add two values???
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asked Add values stored in an array
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comment multicolumn X paragraph?
I could skip columns: \ifnum1<\count@<4 but LI@i is still a problem. Is there a way to pass the number of the "current longtable" from a macro call?
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comment multicolumn X paragraph?
I could modify this code to use a different number of columns. But how do I skip columns? How can I tell that \dimen1 should be the size of columns between 2 and 4? Is there a way to generalize this so that instead of using LT@i I can reference to a table? This macro in its current form cannot be used for large documents with many tables, nor can it be used when tables are included from different TeX files...
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accepted multicolumn X paragraph?
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comment multicolumn X paragraph?
I would like to know more about this. There has to be a way to make it general, just I don't know enough about TeX to do it. So I won't write more comments until I understand how this works. But where should I start? Should I start reading documentation about the TeX internals that you have used? Does it require special knowledge about how a longtable stores data in the aux file? Is that documented somewhere?
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comment multicolumn X paragraph?
I don't understand the half of it, but it works. :-) Would it be possible to make it a column type instead of a new command? Or do I have to create a custom command for each and every case? I'll try to understand how it works.
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asked multicolumn X paragraph?
Sep
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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22
awarded  Promoter
Sep
21
accepted mdframed cannot reduce margin
Sep
19
revised Fill up space with multicolumn in a longtabu (AKA ignore content for auto sizing)
added 130 characters in body
Sep
19
asked Fill up space with multicolumn in a longtabu (AKA ignore content for auto sizing)
Sep
19
comment longtabu + rounded box in the header
Adding an invisible column on each side of the table works in every possible case I can think of! :-)
Sep
19
revised longtabu + rounded box in the header
added 416 characters in body
Sep
19
comment longtabu + rounded box in the header
All right. Probably I'll be using an invisible element, that should solve this problem too.
Sep
19
comment longtabu + rounded box in the header
Produces i.stack.imgur.com/or2Zm.jpg - does not seem to be right. The header box is aligned to the text in the header, and not to the column of the table.
Sep
18
comment What is the difference between \\ and \linebreak in cfoot
If that is the case, then I strongly recommend to change some popular books about Latex. For example, "The Not So Short Introduction to LATEX" is a very popular book. In secion 2.2 it says "\\\\ or \\newline starts a new line without starting a new paragraph". I think it would be better for beginners (like me) to use \linebreak instead. I may be wrong though, I'm really just a beginner.