Reputation
2,785
Top tag
Next privilege 3,000 Rep.
Cast close & reopen votes
Badges
7 30
Impact
~29k people reached

Jun
25
comment Cleveref-like command in ConTeXt
Nice solution! I assume there is no support for more advanced constructions like \cref[label1,label2], printing "Corollaries 3 and 4" (if label1 and label2 correspond to Corollaries 3 and 4).
Jun
25
accepted Cleveref-like command in ConTeXt
Jun
24
comment defining a new notation
I'm surprised I could teach you anything about LaTeX. ;-)
Jun
24
comment defining a new notation
Details, details...
Jun
24
comment defining a new notation
@egreg, I won by one minute. :-D
Jun
24
revised defining a new notation
added 28 characters in body
Jun
24
comment defining a new notation
Yes, if you remember the * (I hope I remember its position correctly).
Jun
24
comment defining a new notation
You may remove the \, if you don't want a space between lim and ind.
Jun
24
answered defining a new notation
Jun
24
comment Cleveref-like command in ConTeXt
Also, I found \setupreferencestructureprefix. It seems it might be able to do the trick; however, it is badly documented, and so far, I couldn't get it to work.
Jun
24
comment Cleveref-like command in ConTeXt
That, on the other hand, is useful to me. Thanks. :-)
Jun
24
comment Cleveref-like command in ConTeXt
Ye,s but it will write Corollary before all result references, including theorems. That is not what I want.
Jun
23
revised Cleveref-like command in ConTeXt
added 180 characters in body
Jun
23
revised Cleveref-like command in ConTeXt
added 1 character in body; edited tags
Jun
23
asked Cleveref-like command in ConTeXt
Jun
21
accepted Is there a command like \italicmath?
Jun
21
comment Is there a command like \italicmath?
Why did I not think of that?
Jun
21
comment Is there a command like \italicmath?
Yes, but it is important that it works in the entire block structure.
Jun
21
asked Is there a command like \italicmath?
Jun
17
comment Can LuaTeX change the PAGE-breaking algorithm
So I guess that means there is hope this issue of TeX can be solved. :-D