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Feb
19
awarded  Good Question
Feb
19
comment How can I create bibliography in MLA format with BibTeX?
@Jack I've added some code to change the "Works Cited".
Feb
19
revised How can I create bibliography in MLA format with BibTeX?
added info about changing Works Cited
Feb
18
comment Nested labeled colored boxes with TikZ
Can you post a complete minimal document with the code you've tried? Where is the \drs command from, for example?
Feb
18
revised How to specify left and right node of a tikz-qtree
code formatting
Feb
18
revised Color \ , [], {} and / in listings environment
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Feb
18
revised How to specify left and right node of a tikz-qtree
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Feb
18
revised How to specify left and right node of a tikz-qtree
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Feb
18
revised How to specify left and right node of a tikz-qtree
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Feb
18
answered How to specify left and right node of a tikz-qtree
Feb
18
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Feb
18
revised How to add a subtitle to a beamer document
made title more specific
Feb
18
answered How can I create bibliography in MLA format with BibTeX?
Feb
16
comment How to replace a hyphen (-) with an en-dash (–) automatically?
@UlrikeFischer I agree with you completely on the visibility issue. And typing -- is effectively semantic markup, which is good too.
Feb
16
comment How to replace a hyphen (-) with an en-dash (–) automatically?
Also, since you're using XeLaTeX, there's no reason not to simply type the relevant character directly in your source.
Feb
14
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Feb
14
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Feb
14
comment How to use tabular/array to arrange figures
The subfigure package is obsolete (the link you posted might have been a clue) and has been replaced by the subfig package. Another modern alternative is the subcaption package. See subcaption vs. subfig for details.
Feb
14
reviewed Approve Using \import correctly
Feb
14
revised Using \import correctly
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