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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.

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...
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...
Feb
13
comment Split lines, keep a table/aligned text within textwidth and spawn across several pages
@Mico it took some time, but I was able to create the MWE and found that I was using l where I should use X, that's why the lines were not splitting properly. Now I would like the table not to page-break between some specific rows but I think I'm gonna let it be. Thank you for your help :)
Jan
29
comment Split lines, keep a table/aligned text within textwidth and spawn across several pages
@Mico it ignores my width settings and it seems to extend beyond the margin further than before. I tried with 0.5\textwidth and 0.5\linewidth among other options.
Jan
27
asked Split lines, keep a table/aligned text within textwidth and spawn across several pages
Dec
10
comment How to create footnote for algorithmicx's comment
The footnote mark floats with the algorithm and the footnotetext remains where it's defined. I have my footnotetext two pages before the footnotemark, any solution for this? Thank you.
Nov
18
awarded  Editor
Oct
4
comment How to make a “template” for beamer?
Thank you. I'm trying to do that, first problem I found is that I'd like to define the colors (I'm doing that in a separate file now beamercolortheme<Name>.sty), for the colors I was using the package xcolor but I found no \usepackage commands in the themes so far. Is \usepackage ok in this context?
Oct
4
comment Store and reuse distance between items
I think those problems can be solved by other means, e.g. Text wrap in tables (multirow package loaded). There may be better solutions, though, so I wish you luck.
Oct
4
asked How to make a “template” for beamer?
Oct
4
comment Store and reuse distance between items
What about using multirow in the cells with no items and several cells where the items are? That's probably the easiest way to align vertically several items as you seem to propose.
Sep
29
awarded  Teacher
Sep
26
comment Document class for designing a book
@Pygmalion well, that was just an example. It has been so long since the last time I read a paper book that I cannot even understand the problem.
Sep
26
answered Document class for designing a book
Sep
26
awarded  Commentator
Sep
10
comment Space after LaTeX commands
{\command} works as \command{} and looks nicer IMHO.
Aug
21
comment How to show previous and next titles in infolines outter theme?
Thank you, I'm not fully satisfied with that solution, it requires redundant information and I should replicate it for subsections (and I don't really understand that code). If I have to read such a kind of code I prefer checking the original template. The next day I can work on this I'll search for the definition of \insertsectionhead and \insertsectionnavigation.
Aug
21
comment Multiple letters without spacing in Math
@egreg I am puzzled as well, would you suggest to name \cs as \mathit?
Aug
21
comment Small \sum character using beamerposter and lmodern
This question and its answers may help: "making a big summation sign"