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revised Row spacing of multi-line paragraph cell in `tabular` in the `res` document class
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comment Row spacing of multi-line paragraph cell in `tabular` in the `res` document class
@PaulGessler This is an old question and I can't remember the details. But I did briefly inspect my final source code (which hasn't been modified much in the past year) and found that I just used \vspace in the end. I guess that's because \usepackage{array} solves the problem for the MWE but could bring up other issues.
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comment Row spacing of multi-line paragraph cell in `tabular` in the `res` document class
@PaulGessler Sure, done that, although it's certainly not a good answer.
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comment Mathematica notebook into latex document
@egreg \text{Cos}[\alpha] is in fact reasonable. They're trying to replicate what's displayed in a Mathematica notebook, where cosine in the default output style (called StandardForm in Mathematica jargon) is Cos[α]. If you ask Mathematica to display in TraditionalForm, then the LaTeX output for Cos[x]//TraditionalForm will be \noindent\(\cos (x)\), which is more TeXish.
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comment Mathematica notebook into latex document
"However, the formatting of that file is not optimal." You're being too nice. I've seen the output before, and it is simply horrible.
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comment Row spacing of multi-line paragraph cell in `tabular` in the `res` document class
@Bernard Surprisingly, I revisited the solution, and found out that if I simply load the package array and do nothing, the spacing would be correct. Thanks for the help, and sorry for all the hassle.
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comment Row spacing of multi-line paragraph cell in `tabular` in the `res` document class
@egreg Wow, indeed. Thanks for the help, I guess I will stick with this 1980s product then.
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comment Row spacing of multi-line paragraph cell in `tabular` in the `res` document class
@egreg That's true. Actually I found res because it is recommended on the NYU Math graduate resources page. Would you recommend some better classes suitable for mathematicians, if I might ask? There are twenty something packages for CV on CTAN. I browsed through some, and they don't look as good as this simple and elegant one composed with res (if not for the nasty spacing issue); some of them are too plain, and some are too fancy—maybe better for professionals in the industries. Anyway, I don't know how configurable they are.
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comment Row spacing of multi-line paragraph cell in `tabular` in the `res` document class
@Bernard Oops I'm super sorry about reporting the wrong problem—I temporarily confused myself. What I actually mean is that the vertical space between two single-line p cells is also stretched (notice that the original issue only occurs when the p cell spans multiple lines).
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comment Row spacing of multi-line paragraph cell in `tabular` in the `res` document class
@Bernard Thanks Bernard. \arraystretch almost solves the problem (is there any harmful side effect, btw? I know that a stretched struct is inserted into every row; does it have effects on other macros?) However, I'm a bit reluctant to use this workaround, because when the rows are stretched, line spacing inside a multi-line cell is also stretched; the spacing throughout the document is not uniform this way. (And in fact, the space between two rows is still a bit thinner than inside a cell, only less noticeable.)
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comment What is the default font type (OT1, T1, T3, etc.) used in AMS document classes (amsart, etc.)
@UlrikeFischer Sorry I mixed up different concepts. Should I edit the question so it makes more sense? (Or would you please edit it for me since I'm still somewhat confused? Thanks.)