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Mar
27
answered Can I make all my math upright?
Mar
22
comment Using argument command as argument without brackets
For ordinary letters, indeed; I defined it that way in order to get a command that also works well for Greek letters. ;-)
Mar
22
accepted Using argument command as argument without brackets
Mar
22
comment Using argument command as argument without brackets
So I guess it means that there is no way around redefinition the individual commands to be used? Sure it does make everything simpler. ;-)
Mar
22
comment Using argument command as argument without brackets
Sounds interesting, could you elaborate more on this automation? :-)
Mar
22
revised Using argument command as argument without brackets
edited title
Mar
22
comment Using argument command as argument without brackets
And preferably, it should work not only with \dot, but in general with commands taking only one argument.
Mar
22
comment Using argument command as argument without brackets
@StevenB.Segletes, yes, I know, but the question if it is possible to cheat LaTeX into parsing the command \* before \dot and with the argument.
Mar
22
comment Using argument command as argument without brackets
@Sigur, oops, I must have forgotten. Will be corrected.
Mar
22
asked Using argument command as argument without brackets
Mar
19
comment Do something on every second page
Thanks again! :-)
Mar
19
comment Do something on every second page
I don't really understand the purpose of the code \AtBeginShipoutOriginalShipout \box\AtBeginShipoutBox. It rendered a warning in my document, and when I commented it out, everything still worked. I looked into the documentation of atbegshi, but did not get many answers there. What does that code do?
Mar
18
comment Do something on every second page
Thanks for the answer. :-)
Mar
18
comment Do something on every second page
So thanks for the answer, it may be the one I end up using. :-)
Mar
18
accepted Do something on every second page
Mar
18
comment Do something on every second page
Yes, for most purposes, it works exactly the same way. But actually, this approach made some things work better in my concrete document. :-)
Mar
17
revised Do something on every second page
This is probably a simple confusion of two very similar packages.
Mar
17
suggested suggested edit on Do something on every second page
Mar
17
comment Do something on every second page
I think you did. Replace \afterpage with \AddEverypageHook, then it works. I shall accept your answer after this has been corrected.
Mar
17
comment Do something on every second page
Perhaps you meant everypage?