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comment What is the command for not modularly congruent?
There's also the centernot package, which provides a \centernot command that measures its argument and centres the not correctly.
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comment What is the command for not modularly congruent?
Yes, \not is defined zero width relation character in TeX so it will always be on top of the following character.
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comment What is the command for not modularly congruent?
Is there something wrong with \not\equiv?
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revised Default spacing after periods
added more explanation about glue and another example
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answered Default spacing after periods
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comment datatool with longtable
@Dr.Harishkumar If you think that the answer has solved your problem, it's helpful to click on the green check mark next to it to "accept" the answer. This helps others who may encounter the same problem to find answers that work.
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revised Table Limit: Sweave
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comment datatool with longtable
@Dr.Harishkumar I've updated my answer. P.S. if you prefix comments with @ (e.g. @Alan) the person you are addressing the comment to will be notified.
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revised datatool with longtable
solved second problem
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comment datatool with longtable
I've solved your first problem, but I don't understand what you mean by the columns not being equally spaced (your second problem). Do you want the vertical lines in the date columns to be exactly halfway in each date column?
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answered datatool with longtable
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revised The [H] “put it here” placement option doesn't work with floatrow
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comment Is there a citation manager which plays nicely with BibTeX and has automatic metadata import from PDFs?
I agree with @Martin It would be better to list some of the features you wanted and ask if BiBDesk implements them. Then you can say Yes. :-)
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comment Is there a citation manager which plays nicely with BibTeX and has automatic metadata import from PDFs?
@percusse To the extent that the linked question is explicitly about non-Mac solutions, I don't think this can be a duplicate.