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reviewed No Action Needed Using newtxmath for letters but not symbols
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answered Aligning systems of equations by symbol and variable
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reviewed No Action Needed Aligning systems of equations by symbol and variable
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reviewed No Action Needed How do you make Biblatex work in ShareLaTeX?
Aug
30
comment How can I add 1 line of source code (source code snippet) in a LaTeX document?
Take a look at the many packages for typesetting listings, (my favorite is listings). Not directly a solution to your request, though.
Aug
30
reviewed Looks OK How can I add 1 line of source code (source code snippet) in a LaTeX document?
Aug
28
reviewed No Action Needed Reference and biography indentation issue
Aug
26
reviewed No Action Needed margins in \enumerate
Aug
26
reviewed Looks OK how to insert a greek letter with a greek superscript(with a minus sign behind it) as a lower bound of an integral?
Aug
24
comment Drawing a diagram in latex.
A more friendly version of MetaPost-like drawing is asymptote (C-like syntax, OOP; handles LaTeX labels (even random math) cleanly).
Aug
24
comment Format words starting with specific letter sequence
I'd use external tools (Perl, sed in Unix/Linux, Python) for this. But then again, I'm a complete rookie programming in (La)TeX...
Aug
21
reviewed No Action Needed How to get “two column” paragraph headers?
Aug
21
comment Inserting every 'n' page of several pdf files
In Linux, I'd use pdfjam, a script that uses the LaTeX facilities to shuffle PDF files around (and do jobs as this one). It is unwidely because of it's generality, but doing what you ask for isn't easy to describe in the first place. Or write a script in Perl of Python to mash up a LaTeX file that does what you want. LaTeX is nice as markup, but severely lacking as a general purpose scripting language.
Aug
20
answered Writing readable LaTeX
Aug
20
comment Writing readable LaTeX
Sounds awful... I am accustomed to reading/writing LaTeX, and find "rendered" text distracting. Yes, it is the final result, but not what I'm writing.
Aug
18
comment Partial compilation commands/environment?
I'd bite the bullet and reorganize the text, \include-ing chapters (or such stretches that start new pages anyway). If you are going to do any extensive work on the text, your productivity will be much higher than on a mess.
Aug
18
comment Partial compilation commands/environment?
Maybe way off, but to compile pieces of a text I use emacs' C-c C-r (compíle region) or C-c C-b (compile buffer) commands from AUC-TeX.
Aug
12
reviewed No Action Needed Crashes when using tikzscale and hyperref
Aug
7
reviewed Reviewed Insert title in Bibliography
Aug
7
comment Insert title in Bibliography
You want two separate bibliographies, one for "text sources" and one for "figure sources"?