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Jul
30
comment toc-like forward storage for captions
thank you, christian. worked like a charm!
Jul
30
accepted toc-like forward storage for captions
Jul
29
revised toc-like forward storage for captions
replaced document with documentclass
Jul
29
asked toc-like forward storage for captions
Jul
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
25
asked beamer : auto-gray out before pause
Jun
8
accepted tikz pgfplots: basic named dots in coordinate system
Jun
8
asked tikz pgfplots: basic named dots in coordinate system
May
10
asked esthetic of typesetting panels within tables
May
6
comment class and style files traversing up the directory tree?
yes, these were other alternatives: unique names and reorg. alas, the reason for not wanting the journal.sty in my texmf hierarchy is that I often want to zip up document hierarchies for mailing to others. having the ability to look back up dynamically until one finds a suitable match in the hierarchy is (sometimes) useful, even when it can be worked around.
May
6
asked class and style files traversing up the directory tree?
Mar
20
comment hash (dictionary) data structure
ulrike+sean: endfloat with marker is a similar application to my usage illustration, but I want myinshere to print the caption text itself in the text to remind the reader what the table is about. this is what I need the hash (dictionary) for, in the first place. expl3 seem to be guidelines to programming and interface3 is very deep. This goes way deeper than what I can deal with.
Mar
20
comment hash (dictionary) data structure
sorry about the label caption misorder. I was just trying to sketch the application. I also edited the title.
Mar
20
revised hash (dictionary) data structure
clarified title and fixed typo
Mar
20
revised hash (dictionary) data structure
edited body
Mar
20
asked hash (dictionary) data structure
Feb
11
awarded  Yearling
Jan
28
comment Coloring negative and positive numbers automatically
it falls short on the propagation through macros, I think. for example\begin{tabular}{R{1.1}R{-1.0}} 1.0 & 2 \\ 3 & \bfseries -4 \\ \end{tabular} it's not a big problem and elsewhere, too. just wanted to point it out.
Jan
24
comment Coloring negative and positive numbers automatically
the solutions are an embarrassment of riches. thank you, karl (and others). I need to do some experimenting on relative typesetting efficiency [esp on pgfplotstable] next to decide which one I should use on long docs...
Jan
24
comment Coloring negative and positive numbers automatically
thx, david. actually, this is almost comically simple and it will suffice in 99 out of 100 cases. (in 1 out of 100, I may have some cells that start with \bfseries or some macro here that won't propagate through.) for curiosity---and I presume no---can such a really simple macro be extended to use whitespace (perl regex \s+) instead of '&' and \n as \\ , too, ala pgfplotstable?