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comment enumitem: description with unbold item - math mode (hepthesis)
May be here it's cleaner with \SetEnumitemKey (to have some sort of shortcut) or even apply this gobally with \setlist.
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comment Reducing fraction using LaTeX 3
@jfbu You could add your answer.
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comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
This is a good one, I didn't know about it. I had to make things a little bit more complicate because l3keys \detokenizes the key name so I had to remove \ plus the non gobbled spaces. By the way, shouldn't you use \use_none:n rather than \use:n?
Aug
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revised What's the easiest way of putting a fixed-width space?
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Aug
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answered What's the easiest way of putting a fixed-width space?
Aug
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comment Remove space between consecutive fbox commands
@GonzaloMedina Beat you by a few seconds, I see :) I think the idea of taking \noindent outside and putting \allowbreak inside is good. You can add it to your answer if you want. I will remove mine, since yours is already upvoted. Well, it seems mine is accepted, I won't remove it. But you shouldn't delete it, IMO.
Aug
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answered Remove space between consecutive fbox commands
Aug
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comment Usage of \seq_map_inline:Nn and/or \tl_clear:N
There's one thing missing, :nn #1 #2 #3 should be :nnn #1 #2 #3.
Aug
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comment Drawing a diagram in latex.
+1 Because of the color choice. I always like your colors :)
Aug
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comment How to horizontal/vertical combine two math symbols?
@LaRiFaRi I don't know what happens, but just look at the defintion of \vcentcolon which, if I'm not mistaken, does exactly this. The thing is that \mathrel{\mathop:}\equiv works while \mathrel{\mathop{:}}\equiv doesn't. No idea.
Aug
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answered Why can you not skip lines in document when providing optional environment parameters with xparse?
Aug
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comment How to horizontal/vertical combine two math symbols?
@LaRiFaRi That's the way \mathop works, if there's a single atom inside it then it vertically centers the content (good because of, e.g., \sum or \int).
Aug
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comment How to horizontal/vertical combine two math symbols?
\mathop{:} centers the colon, so \mathrel{\mathop{:}}\equiv for instance would work.
Aug
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answered Square pictures as symbols
Aug
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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comment Useful applications of \edef with macro arguments
Well, this is one of those things I was looking for. Not magical, but gets to the point. I'm looking for cases where the benefit could be clear. And if no case of those appear, then I'm looking for packages that already use this “trick” on TeX Live, for instance.
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comment Useful applications of \edef with macro arguments
This is not an example of what I'm looking for. Here ##1 is not “touched” inside of the \edef.
Aug
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comment Useful applications of \edef with macro arguments
That's a good one. Of course, it's not practical, but yeah, that's a good example. Any other one that is actually used or that you know of? (By the way, if only you and me are talking in the comments you don't need “@Manuel”, I get pinged anyways.)
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comment Useful applications of \edef with macro arguments
But here you are using \edef\foo{..}, so \foo has no arguments. This is the normal use of \edef.
Aug
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comment Useful applications of \edef with macro arguments
I know. I mean, what I was looking for was any use of \edef where the argument of a macro consists of #1 and the macro does something with that symbolic #1. See for instance my example \edef\foo#1{\byten{#1}} converts it to #1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1. Your example is more like \def\baz{\relax}\edef\foo#1{\baz{#1}} where {#1} is untouched by the expansion of macros inside \edef.