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Mar
27
answered Merge column headers in table typeset using pgfplotstables
Mar
27
comment Merge column headers in table typeset using pgfplotstables
Actually I just noticed this approach as a problem because the next row are A B C A B C but you changed the CSV data to have unique names instead - the table renders as " A B C A-index4 B-index5 ... "
Mar
27
comment Merge column headers in table typeset using pgfplotstables
Thanks for your answer. It is not ideal but it works.
Mar
26
asked Merge column headers in table typeset using pgfplotstables
Mar
20
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
9
comment Glossaries table of contents showing acronyms where only long forms were used
\glsentrylong is perfect, second approach requires per-document manual work that I like to avoid. Thanks!
Feb
9
accepted Glossaries table of contents showing acronyms where only long forms were used
Feb
1
awarded  Curious
Jan
29
accepted Subequations with main equation number
Jan
29
comment Subequations with main equation number
Thank you. I had seen the tag command but could not use it properly - I see here in this case you are passing it a reference to the label for the entire subequation structure.
Jan
29
asked Subequations with main equation number
Jan
29
revised Glossaries table of contents showing acronyms where only long forms were used
Added TOC tag
Jan
28
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
21
asked Glossaries table of contents showing acronyms where only long forms were used
Dec
2
comment PhD dissertation: templates vs scratch
Sorry, I cannot, not being a ConTeXt user - I took what was in the wiki article at face value. Perhaps you could expand your answer to debunk this, and maybe even give a minimal thesis template example in ConTeXt?
Dec
2
answered PhD dissertation: templates vs scratch
Dec
2
comment PhD dissertation: templates vs scratch
I am not sure ConTeXt is so suitable for most peoples purpose. On the wiki page, I found this: "ConTeXt from the ground up is a typography and typesetting system meant to provide users easy and consistent access to advanced typographical control—important for general-purpose typesetting tasks. The original vision of LaTeX is to insulate the user from typographical decisions" -- I would say this is exactly the thrust of why everybody uses latex. Insulation from the typographical stuff (once you get used to it) is both powerful and incredibly useful.
Oct
2
awarded  Commentator
Oct
2
comment Anyone willing to share his/her custom dark theme for TeXstudio?
Thank you kind sir! The red commands are slightly jarring, and the profile gave dark text on dark background in my TS, but that was easy to fix.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer