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revised "| shortcut no longer available in babel?
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reviewed Leave Open Positioning two independent figures
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comment Define a command with an odd number of braces
@JosephWright: Sure, but that was my original question why he/she needs the {...}
Jul
29
comment Define a command with an odd number of braces
@JosephWright: Sure, it is an optional argument. But why should it be also inside {..}?
Jul
29
revised Macro for \left( and \right)
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revised Macro for \left( and \right)
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comment Define a command with an odd number of braces
Why do you use \twocolumn[{...}] instead of \twocolumn[...]?
Jul
29
comment Latex won't quick build?
Open a terminal (Mac/Linux) or command window (Windows) and go into the directory of the test file and run pdflatex <file>. Then you'll see what happens. However, most of the editors also allow to see this output in the bottom of the main window.
Jul
28
awarded  Enlightened
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Jul
28
answered Change the font of a document in XelaTeX
Jul
28
comment Undefined control sequence using tcolorbox in TOC
@Xeo: put \listfiles into your preamble and send the filelist which is at the end of your log file.
Jul
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revised Undefined control sequence using tcolorbox in TOC
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comment Undefined control sequence using tcolorbox in TOC
@Xeo: No, you do not need the \else!
Jul
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comment Undefined control sequence using tcolorbox in TOC
@PierPaolo: there is no \else. It is \ifnum ... \fi
Jul
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comment Undefined control sequence using tcolorbox in TOC
I have no problem with an up-to-date TL 2015
Jul
28
answered bullet in table not aligned
Jul
28
comment Is `\hspace*` equivalent to `\strut\hspace`?
\strut is the same as an invisible character/word. With \hspace{1em}\strut\hspace{1em} it is possible to split the the space if \strut appears at the beginning of a line, then the second \hspace{1em} is used.