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Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
17
answered Enumeration on the top of figure
Jun
14
comment Make LaTeX prefer bottom to top for float placement
could you use [hbt] ?
Jun
14
awarded  Good Question
Jun
12
comment always upright parenthesises and brackets
@wipet It tested for simple cases, it does work too.
Jun
12
comment always upright parenthesises and brackets
@wipet I am using \renewcommand{\mkbibbrackets}[1]{\textup{[}#1\textup{]}} to manipulate the square brackets.
Jun
7
revised How to make sure numbers is in upright
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Jun
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revised How to make sure numbers is in upright
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Jun
7
comment How to make sure numbers is in upright
@egreg OK, my example text is not very suitable, there are text numbers anyway.
Jun
7
comment How to make sure numbers is in upright
@egreg Sorry, I want a function to implement this.
Jun
7
asked How to make sure numbers is in upright
Jun
7
comment always upright parenthesises and brackets
hello, could you modify your codes to handle biblatex? It seems that biblatex and cite are incompatible.
Jun
7
revised always upright parenthesises and brackets
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Jun
7
comment always upright parenthesises and brackets
It seems nice! Could you modify your code that handles square brackets as well? I only use square brackets generated by biblatex.
Jun
7
comment Problem with table content
This might help stackoverflow.com/questions/790932/…
Jun
7
comment How to classify bibitems in Bibliography?
biber and biblatex is verfy easy to achieve your goal.
Jun
7
comment biber-\printbibliography problem
It works just fine for me; updating your package (newest biblatex 2013/11/25 v2.8a) might help.
Jun
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revised always upright parenthesises and brackets
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Jun
6
asked always upright parenthesises and brackets
Jun
6
comment citation square brakets upright in theorems
This is related to tex.stackexchange.com/questions/13048, but the answer there seems not work for me.