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I am

  • sorry.
  • a brain in a bucket (a nice one but its planned obsolescence kind of sucks)
  • trying really hard to do my best.
  • connected to the Internet.
  • thankful.
  • not Japanese (and I don't speak Japanese) but I have to say this:
    優しさにはいつも感謝してる
    だから強くなりたい 進む為に
  • a pseudonym, I don't want to link my real name with my procrastination and stupid questions. Previous points ease the solution verification for anyone who may have know it. There are not many brains in buckets out there, or so I've been told.

Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
1
awarded  Nice Question
May
30
comment Automate the description of the paper
BTW: I have made some (really small) changes to this solution and put the code here: gist.github.com/trylks/6bbbdaff10b5dd35d676 in toclike.tex I should produce a mwe at some point.
May
30
comment Automate the description of the paper
What I like less from this solution is that the contents of this "special toc" are stored in a tex file, which is confusing visually (wrt icons) when exploring the folder, copy-pasting relevant files (*.tex), etc. therefore inspired by this solution I have made some modifications. They are in fileread.tex: gist.github.com/trylks/6bbbdaff10b5dd35d676 I'll produce a mwe at some point.
May
30
comment Automate the description of the paper
I like this solution because it relies on commands that are already defined (and tested, and higher-level) but these commands make the text in the description clickable and that is puzzling (potentially annoying) to people reading the paper. Do you know if there is any way to avoid this?
May
30
comment Automate the description of the paper
I'm not particularly concerned with content-replication but more with an intelligent behaviour of some parts of the paper wrt to others. E.g. switching the order of two sections, which could now be as simple as switching two lines with \input{sectionfile}.
May
30
accepted Split lines, keep a table/aligned text within textwidth and span several pages
May
29
revised Automate the description of the paper
added 130 characters in body
May
29
revised Automate the description of the paper
added 186 characters in body
May
29
comment Automate the description of the paper
thank you, this is fine, but it relies on commands for the toc that are still magic to me
May
29
accepted How to make a “template” for beamer?
May
29
awarded  Yearling
May
29
accepted How to show previous and next titles in infolines outter theme?
May
29
comment Automate the description of the paper
I'm a fan of automation, I can't help it, this may be taking it a bit too far. Maybe I'm an addict. This still looks cool to me.
May
29
asked Automate the description of the paper
May
2
comment newcommand with variable number of arguments
@egreg convention, how can that be done?
May
2
accepted newcommand with variable number of arguments
May
2
asked newcommand with variable number of arguments
Mar
17
comment Natbib + BibTeX: How can you show the bibliography in order of appearance AND numbered?
Solution according a related question: use unsrtnat.
Mar
14
comment How to define the default vertical distance between nodes?
OMG, it took me several hours, but the difference (the problem) is that you have to write above=of and not above of=, the = is placed differently and that changes the behaviour...