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Jun
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awarded  Teacher
Apr
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answered How to change certain pages into landscape/portrait mode
Apr
30
comment How to change certain pages into landscape/portrait mode
The lscape and the rotating packages do not work together with the watermark package. fancyhdr cfoot size is not changing when the page is rotated. \textwidth is not changed when the page is rotated. Etc. So rotating is not a good solution. There should be a way to switch between landscape and portrait mode - at least PDF allows that so there should be a way to do it when the output is rendered as PDF. Anybody knows the correct answer?
Feb
26
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
29
comment What is the difference between \\ and \linebreak in cfoot
Very helpful, thank you!
Oct
29
accepted What is the difference between \\ and \linebreak in cfoot
Oct
24
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. :-)
Oct
24
accepted Add values stored in an array
Oct
24
comment Add values stored in an array
Seriously? 16 lines of code to add two values???
Oct
24
asked Add values stored in an array
Oct
24
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?
Oct
24
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...
Oct
23
accepted multicolumn X paragraph?
Oct
23
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?
Oct
23
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.
Oct
23
asked multicolumn X paragraph?
Sep
26
awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
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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