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Dec
22
revised How do I get that line that represents a repeating author in a bibliography or works cited page?
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Dec
22
comment How do I get that line that represents a repeating author in a bibliography or works cited page?
See this question: Long underscore in LaTeX.
Dec
22
revised How can I reduce the space between paragraphs and block quotes?
removed xetex tag and from the question; added more appropriate tags
Dec
22
revised Simple speech bubbles, arrows or balloon like shapes in beamer
fixed grammatical category 'there'
Dec
21
comment Customize the “cell environment” in a tabular
@PeterGrill The >{} <{} syntax of column specification in the array packages allows this. There may be some cases for which collcell is necessary, but for most cases array is sufficient. I've never used collcell, yet I have plenty of custom column types with macros applied.
Dec
21
comment Customize the “cell environment” in a tabular
Duplicate of How to apply a macro to each column of a table.
Dec
21
comment Customize the “cell environment” in a tabular
Take a look at the array package documentation.
Dec
21
comment First initials only in elsarticle (biblatex incompatible)
If you're using elsarticle for submission, it is not a good idea to use biblatex, since elsarticle requires natbib, and your publisher will not appreciate the change. (Comment mainly added for others who might see the question.)
Dec
21
revised First initials only in elsarticle (biblatex incompatible)
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revised First initials only in elsarticle (biblatex incompatible)
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Dec
21
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Dec
20
revised How can I see what am I writing in a TeX editor?
English cleanup
Dec
20
revised How do I get multiple ToC entries in the same line?
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Dec
20
reviewed Approve beamer: More elegant way to uncover list items starting on the second slide?
Dec
20
comment beamer: More elegant way to uncover list items starting on the second slide?
@André Sometimes it's the simple stuff that escapes us. Also, I think once you learn about <+-> you tend to internalize it as "don't ever use \pause", but sometimes \pause is just what's needed.
Dec
20
answered page number location in biblatex
Dec
20
comment page number location in biblatex
What are you using to get it at the right bottom for the rest of your document? Can you post a minimal example that shows how you are making the pagestyles?
Dec
20
revised page number location in biblatex
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Dec
20
answered beamer: More elegant way to uncover list items starting on the second slide?