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Jun
14
comment Fonts: achieving a clean look of the math
@dustin --- It could be a viewer issue. Try zooming in, or printing out a page.
Jun
13
reviewed Approve WinEdt autocompletion
Jun
13
reviewed Approve WinEdt autocompletion
Jun
13
comment Error report in this equation
There are a lot of unnecessary braces in your equation. Do you want to display any of them (in which case you need to use \{ and \}), or are you just using braces for grouping?
Jun
12
comment spot package with pdflatex
What viewer(s) are you using?
Jun
12
comment spot package with pdflatex
Version 3.1415926-2.4-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2012) on my linux desktop and the same (via MacPorts) on my MacBook Pro.
Jun
12
comment spot package with pdflatex
I get three slides. All have the blue and yellow spots. The last slide has all three spots. The result with latex+dvips+ps2pdf is the same.
Jun
12
comment spot package with pdflatex
Your example works ok for me.
Jun
12
revised TeXnicCenter, the placement specifier shows up in printed pdf
Added link to document class.
Jun
12
answered TeXnicCenter, the placement specifier shows up in printed pdf
Jun
11
comment Down right arrow similar to \to
What about \drsh from the mathabx package?
Jun
10
reviewed Approve Different errors while compiling, depending on distribution
Jun
10
revised Scale down a array contained in an equation - beamer
added 117 characters in body
Jun
10
answered Scale down a array contained in an equation - beamer
Jun
9
comment Force an image to be centered alone on a page
Can you make the image file available for download? The solution may lie there if it's the only thing you have changed.
Jun
4
comment Curious behaviour of nested list environments
@DavidCarlisle --- Indeed, but I think this one is quite surprising, as many similar problems with list syntax do generate error messages.
Jun
3
accepted Curious behaviour of nested list environments
Jun
3
revised Curious behaviour of nested list environments
deleted 40 characters in body; edited title
Jun
3
comment Curious behaviour of nested list environments
Since it's not the proper syntax I would expect an error message. Is it not possible to detect this type of 'abuse'?
Jun
3
reviewed Edit author year with natbib package