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revised Blackboard bold characters
Fixed broken link
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comment Where do I place my own .sty files, to make them available to all my .tex files?
@troyaner: An alternative approach would be to use some kind of build system in which you can specify a source directory and a build directory. That way, you could have your *.tex and *.sty files in different places, and let the build system handle the finding of them for you.
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comment Where do I place my own .sty files, to make them available to all my .tex files?
@troyaner: Have you tried putting beamerthemeABC.sty in the same folder as your document?
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comment Where do I place my own .sty files, to make them available to all my .tex files?
@troyaner: If you want portability of your documents, you could ship your own packages with the file - *tex will find them if they're in the same folder as the document. If you want to be able to actually install to a custom directory, you can just run mktexlsr and point to that directory, e.g. sudo mktexlsr /path/to/your/texmf.
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accepted Abbreviating number ranges in BibLaTeX
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comment Abbreviating number ranges in BibLaTeX
@Guido: Thanks for pointing me in the right direction! Eventually, style=numeric-comp,sorting=none gave me what I wanted. If you put it in an answer, I can give you rep for it - otherwise I'll probably put the answer up here myself for completeness.
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asked Abbreviating number ranges in BibLaTeX
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accepted Table with variable-width columns, width decided based on row content
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comment Table with variable-width columns, width decided based on row content
Nice! With those changes, this was just what I needed. Thanks!