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Dec
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comment Why is 'pt' printed when multiplying two point-based dimensions?
Hm, so I need to remove the 'pt' from the dimension before multiplying, then?
Dec
17
asked Why is 'pt' printed when multiplying two point-based dimensions?
Dec
17
comment How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
Perfect! This is just exactly what I needed!
Dec
17
accepted How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
Dec
17
comment How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
I tried to modify the code to allow dimension coordinates (such as 5pt), but I can't seem to get it to work... =/
Dec
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Dec
15
comment How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
I tried that before but couldn't get it to work properly. Turned out I was using it wrongly. =) But now I got another problem: If I put in a macro into one of the element (instead of a hard-coded coordinate), I get a compilation error: ! Use of \parsecoordinate doesn't match its definition. \coordinates1~ ->\mymacro Any idea on how to work around this?
Dec
11
comment How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
The code will actually be part of a package that I'm developing for drawing TikZ figures, so I will anyhow need to create the array incrementally. Is there a way of adding the elements, one by one, to the array?
Dec
11
asked How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
Nov
27
comment \pause in tikzpicture breaks footline
I had this problem when using \pause inside displaymath, but I couldn't get this solution to work adequately in that cause. Either the footnote appeared only in transitions outside the displaymath or only inside the displaymath, but not both. The only way I could get it to work was with Seamus's solution.
Nov
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Oct
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accepted Customize placement of “see …” part in index using glossaries?
Oct
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comment Customize placement of “see …” part in index using glossaries?
@egreg That actually worked quite nicely! The trailing comma I can live with. Could you please turn your comment into an answer so that I can accept it?
Oct
5
comment Customize placement of “see …” part in index using glossaries?
No one has any idea on how to do this?