274 reputation
17
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 1 month
seen Dec 17 at 10:26

Jun
16
revised How to insert the “X is a subset of Y, but is not equal to Y” symbol?
added 3 characters in body
Jun
16
accepted How to insert the “X is a subset of Y, but is not equal to Y” symbol?
Jun
16
comment How to insert the “X is a subset of Y, but is not equal to Y” symbol?
@Manuel: Added. Please see above.
Jun
16
revised How to insert the “X is a subset of Y, but is not equal to Y” symbol?
Added a minimal (not) working example.
Jun
16
asked How to insert the “X is a subset of Y, but is not equal to Y” symbol?
Apr
1
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
13
comment How to get AucTex to prompt me for a name, when inserting an environment using Ctrl-C, Ctrl-E?
Thank you very much. It doesn't work for me, but I really appreciate your help. I'll just do without this feature for the time being.
Mar
13
comment How to get AucTex to prompt me for a name, when inserting an environment using Ctrl-C, Ctrl-E?
I have added the parsing directives to .emacs, but to no avail. Maybe I don't understand the way your code is supposed to be invoked. How am I supposed to use it from within emacs?
Mar
12
comment How to get AucTex to prompt me for a name, when inserting an environment using Ctrl-C, Ctrl-E?
I don't know what "enabled parsing of files" means, or how to do it.
Mar
12
comment How to get AucTex to prompt me for a name, when inserting an environment using Ctrl-C, Ctrl-E?
I've followed your instruction (i.e. did a dummy edit and saved the buffer), but still, it doesn't work. My AUCTex version is 11.87.2012-12-04.
Mar
12
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
12
comment How to get AucTex to prompt me for a name, when inserting an environment using Ctrl-C, Ctrl-E?
Thank you very much. Unfortunately, it doesn't work for me. I use Emacs 24.3.1
Mar
12
comment How to get AucTex to prompt me for a name, when inserting an environment using Ctrl-C, Ctrl-E?
@giordano: Selected theorems defined with \newtheorem (some yes, some no).
Mar
12
accepted Multicolumn overflow
Mar
12
asked How to get AucTex to prompt me for a name, when inserting an environment using Ctrl-C, Ctrl-E?
Mar
4
comment Aligning several '=' symbols across two lines
@egreg: I always use \left and \right with brackets and braces. I do it for the following reason. I once took a programming course and I was taught that even though it's legal to use an "if" statement without braces, I should always use braces, because even if today the "if" body consists of only a single statement, in the future I may add to it and then I might forget to add the braces. So extra braces don't hurt and they may save some headache in the future. This is why I use them in LaTeX too. As Thorsten Donig shows above, there's hardly any difference in the output with or without \left.
Mar
4
accepted Aligning several '=' symbols across two lines
Mar
4
comment Aligning several '=' symbols across two lines
@egreg: Why are the \left and \right useless? Do they have any cons? What would be a suitable circumstance to use them?
Mar
4
asked Aligning several '=' symbols across two lines
Mar
3
awarded  Commentator