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Dec
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comment LaTeX document to epub or mobi ebook formats (with mathematical formulas)
I've got a latex template that produces kindle sized pdf files (see my below answer): github.com/Todd-Davies/latex-template
Jan
27
comment LaTeX document to epub or mobi ebook formats (with mathematical formulas)
Disclaimer: that's my blog.
Jan
9
comment Symbol for logical equivelence
I think this might be flawed; what happens when the text size of the document isn't the default size but is changed to say 14pt? Wouldn't the spacing change?
Jan
9
comment Symbol for logical equivelence
Sigur, that's right. I'll accept it as an answer if you write one!
Jan
2
comment Turn marginpar into a regular paragraph
Yes, however, since there are two different .pdf files being produced (notes.pdf and kindle.pdf) ideally, I'd want different marginpar placement on them. In the notes file, I'd have the marginpars where they're supposed to be, while in the kindle file they'd be at the end of the paragraph (in line with the main body of the text).
Jan
1
comment Turn marginpar into a regular paragraph
That is a good solution. The only improvement I can think of is for it to align itself with the bottom of the next paragraph, is that possible?
Dec
25
comment dmath puts too many line breaks in
I'm targeting my documents at the Kindle, so over half of my equations need breaking up!
Jan
20
comment Plotting a reciprocal of a sine function in tikz + pgfplots
Nice answer, It would appear that using deg(x) fixes the problem
Jan
20
comment Plotting a reciprocal of a sine function in tikz + pgfplots
Ahhh yes of course!
Jan
13
comment Tabular unwanted padding
I used the second one in the end, that is very helpful, thankyou!
Jan
12
comment Tabular unwanted padding
But then I can't use the features of tabularx can I? The new lines in the right hand column for example. Could you provide an example answer?
Jan
10
comment How to make a new line in the source file but not the output
Accept that answer if you like! Thanks :)
Dec
27
comment Strange layout with multicol
No, I'm not tied to multicol, if you can give me a good tabular example I'll accept an answer with it :)
Dec
11
comment Standard form in TeX?
This is the cleanest solution, it appeals to the programmer in me! Thanks Jack!
Dec
11
comment Standard form in TeX?
Yes that does improve the clarity, but it's a workaround not a fix. :(
Dec
11
comment Standard form in TeX?
Yes that's right, is there a way of maybe I could wrap the x10 in a \small{}...
Dec
11
comment Standard form in TeX?
I'm talking about inside equations, sorry I didn't mention that in the question first time!