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Apr
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revised How to mimic spacing around \bullet with \DeclareMathOperator?
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Apr
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accepted How to mimic spacing around \bullet with \DeclareMathOperator?
Apr
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revised How to mimic spacing around \bullet with \DeclareMathOperator?
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Apr
1
comment How to mimic spacing around \bullet with \DeclareMathOperator?
Thanks! \conjunction is supposed to do duty as \wedge.
Apr
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comment How to mimic spacing around \bullet with \DeclareMathOperator?
Great, thanks! Why not make it an answer so that I may accept it?
Apr
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asked How to mimic spacing around \bullet with \DeclareMathOperator?
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Apr
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comment How to change the order in new commands
Next time you need to cite classical works, you may want to take a look at the classics package, too.
Feb
27
revised Can I write footnotes as I do cite references?
\documentclass{article} instead of \begin{document}
Feb
27
suggested approved edit on Can I write footnotes as I do cite references?
Feb
5
revised natbib: modifying citation style for particular source type, while others remain default
+biblatex
Feb
5
comment natbib: modifying citation style for particular source type, while others remain default
\Aristotle{1260}[a][2] just prints 1260a2 in a user-defined format (column a or b in italics). You may use classics with biblatex-chicago as well: \parencite[{\Aristotle{1260}[a][2]}]{Aristotle1992}
Feb
5
answered natbib: modifying citation style for particular source type, while others remain default
Feb
5
revised How do I cite classical works with biblatex?
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Feb
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answered How do I cite classical works with biblatex?
Jan
22
revised Commands from xparse inside functions created by \cs_new:Npn?
-big mistake
Jan
22
comment Commands from xparse inside functions created by \cs_new:Npn?
Thank you so much! Now I understand. There are at least 2 mistakes: (i) calling \__mypkg_foo:nn directly from within \foo; and (ii) calling \IfNoValueTF from within either \mypkg_foo:nn or \__mypkg_foo:nn.