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Aug
20
comment Script-r Symbol
@FreddieWitherden: THIS should be the accepted answer.
Aug
19
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Aug
19
comment Is there a LaTeX wrapper for use in Google Docs?
The Weavr website seems to not work right: the "See Example" links aren't clickable in Chrome, but are in Safari. In Safari, those links lead to a Google Doc and an error. It does not seem to work perfectly.
Aug
19
comment Is there a LaTeX wrapper for use in Google Docs?
@HenriMenke: Your LaTeX Lab link doesn't work anymore. Do you know what happened to it, or could you update the link?
Jun
26
comment In TeXShop, is there a directive to select biber or BibTeX on a per-document basis?
Wow, my bad. I totally missed the link. I thought that was all your own writing. Thanks, and sorry for causing trouble! :-)
Jun
24
comment In TeXShop, is there a directive to select biber or BibTeX on a per-document basis?
Awesome! Can you cite this or point to the documentation for more information? Thanks!
Jun
24
comment In TeXShop, is there a directive to select biber or BibTeX on a per-document basis?
+1 for such a useful solution! As a warning to others: the default-to-BibTeX feature doesn't work. If you don't include one of the selection lines (e.g. % !BIB TS-program = _____), then TeXShop pops up an error message claiming that the TexShopBib.sh file itself does not exist. @qubyte: Any fix for this?
Jun
24
comment TeXShop gives “(null) does not exist” error when compiling postscript
I really wish this hadn't been closed....
May
19
answered Apostrophe's not displaying under Mac OS
May
7
comment How to make \hl (highlighting) to automatically place incompatible commands in \mbox?
I'll add for the sake of others like me who found this to work half-way: if you're using \citep or \citet, you'll need to add a line for each: \soulregister\citep7 and \soulregister\citet7.
May
6
answered Suppressing the 'Appendices' page
May
2
comment How to use multiple URLs for one bibtex reference?
Check out the second answer. I think that's the best.
May
2
comment How to use multiple URLs for one bibtex reference?
How can I do this if my urls were separated by a space, as in url = {http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/562256.html http://gfs.sf.net/gerris.pdf}? Is there a way to do this for 4 URLs, or even N URLs?
Apr
29
comment How can I get extra subtitles for chapter titles that also appear in the ToC?
This post might be useful for you: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/69550/…
Mar
24
comment Derivatives: enter “evaluated at” vertical bar with multiple values as subscripts
+1 for examples! What are the differences in your three examples in terms of the syntax? I can see the differences in the results, but what do the \stackunder, \stackon and \scriptscriptstyle do in these contexts? Also, what does this do that the \substack macro (from the amsmath package) doesn't do?
Mar
18
comment Braket notation in LaTeX
+1 for related info that somebody might find useful!
Mar
12
comment Add paragraph symbol to section
Note that § is the section sign, not the paragraph sign (the "pilcrow" ). See the Wikipedia articles for the Section Sign (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_sign) and the Paragraph Sign (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilcrow).
Mar
11
comment natbib | Question Mark instead of Citation
Sometimes there is a little bit of magic in any kind of programming. Experience has taught me that most of the time, when I do something ten times and then it changes on the 11th time, it was usually my mistake. But there are times that it's just magic. :-) For *TeX especially, if you use one compiler (e.g. latex) and then switch to another (e.g. pdflatex), sometimes things behave ever-so-slightly differently. It might have something to do with the auto-generated files.
Feb
11
comment How to center align part of an equation within alignat?
Is there a more elegant way to go about it? I'd love to do the same thing, but for me, the b+blablablablablab is ten times longer.
Feb
6
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