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Apr
5
comment Trying to make a title left aligned in a minipage
Your usage of the titlage macros is obscure at best, afaik. At least, it doesn't work, because the titlage macros output centered text.
Apr
5
answered Ubuntu Font in LaTeX
Mar
6
comment Permanent “Undefined Control Sequence?”
Have you deleted the .aux-file?
Mar
5
answered Label position angle problem
Mar
1
comment Fill color of a text that fits the background with Tikz
Much more elegant than my own one.
Feb
28
answered Fill color of a text that fits the background with Tikz
Feb
28
comment Fill color of a text that fits the background with Tikz
My best guess: add a clip to the text node and fill again with the same shading in the remaining scope
Feb
28
answered Set enumeration level explicitly
Feb
25
awarded  Yearling
Feb
24
comment which texlive package has times new roman for xelatex
@ThorstenDonig Depends on the quality of the manual, you're referring to, and the reader's reading competence.
Feb
24
comment which texlive package has times new roman for xelatex
@ThorstenDonig That's right, but you advised to install the fonts. After that, there is the possibility for several instances to exist and be found by fontconfig.
Feb
23
comment which texlive package has times new roman for xelatex
@ThorstenDonig And preferably delete all other instances of Times New Roman. Several instances of (different versions) of the same font may produce faults.
Feb
23
comment Create a resizable symbol?
A list of resizable symbols can be found in the "Comprehensive LaTeX symbol list" or unimath-symbols.pdf for the fontspec package.
Feb
23
comment Help me Please. table size by latex
If you add \usepackage[showframe]{geometry} you'll see, that the table fills the whole width of the text area (as you told latex with your \resizebox). The font is scaled accordingly as \resizebox only scales the whole box. Besides, the table is rather full, so you couldn't even save space inside the table. The last way without restructuring the table is to adjust the page geometry e.g. with \usepackage[margin=1cm]{geometry}.
Jan
21
comment Don't do any fills in TikZ
Ah, sorry, confused the lines.
Jan
20
answered Don't do any fills in TikZ
Jan
20
comment Don't do any fills in TikZ
Thanks. But I wanted a solution without redefining the styles.
Jan
20
asked Don't do any fills in TikZ
Nov
14
comment Using two numbering systems at the same time
I see these questions regularly and it makes me think, if there shouldn't be a more general and modular approach to it. Maybe there is already one, but I don't know it: The label should be created by a command \putthelabel which would be defined as something like \labelformat\prelabel\theactuallabel\postlabel. That way one could simply redefine \theactuallabel as \myromanlabel and afterwards put it back to \thedefaultactuallabel. Does anybody know of a package, which does it or how to simply change amsmath that way?
Nov
2
answered How to write under an underline?