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My real name is LI Du.

Ma Ming is my long-time pseudonym on the Internet.

I am a maths PhD student in University of Göttingen.


Aug
29
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
22
comment pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
@daleif The missing text in that line is copiable out of PDF:(
Aug
22
comment pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
@daleif a) I run the file with TeXwork by pdflatex, it cannot reproduce the problem. b) If I run biber again, then pdflatex, it cannot reproduce the problem either.
Aug
22
comment pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
@daleif It is quite weird. This is also my first time saw it. Yes, I run update wizard quite often and I just did it now.
Aug
22
comment pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
@daleif My editor is WinEdt Build: 20140613 (v. 8.2) - 32-bit. MiKTeX 2.9. I compile with pdflatex. The first line of log file is: "This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.14 (MiKTeX 2.9) (preloaded format=pdflatex 2014.6.14). "
Aug
22
comment pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
@DavidCarlisle The text is missing but occupies correct spaces. I shared my files on dropbox. Sorry that it is quite big. The error appears at the last line before Reference. dropbox.com/sh/6yxi1h9ftclktc2/AACqnU1xTNJvsNRwvI1g6jj4a
Aug
22
revised pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
added 41 characters in body
Aug
22
revised pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
added 70 characters in body
Aug
22
comment pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
@daleif I use Adobe Acrobat X and SumatraPDF. It also appear when it is printed or zoom in. It seems not the problem of viewer.
Aug
22
comment pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
@ChristianHupfer I delete even a single comma, then error has gone!
Aug
22
revised pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
deleted 2 characters in body
Aug
22
asked pdflatex mysteriously loses half a line
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
added 3 characters in body
Jun
7
revised How to make sure numbers is in upright
added 16 characters in body