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comment What is the difference between \\, \par, and blank line
I think a more appropriate question to link to is [When to use \par and when \\](tex.stackexchange.com/q/82664) which yours appears to be a duplicate of.
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comment Adding text above a node in Tikzpicture tree diagram
@KateThomas It would be helpful to wrap your code fragment in a full document (with \documentclass, etc. and packages loaded) so that others can play with it.
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comment Autosegmental Representation in tikz-qtree
You need to adapt your explanation too. :)
2d
comment Autosegmental Representation in tikz-qtree
Rather than use overlay and remember picture it's probably a bit simpler to use TiKZ's scope mechanism to place the trees side by side.
Apr
23
comment Description list automatically adjusting style at different levels
Since the request was for this to be automatic, surely you want to set the styles based on the level, as enumitem allows you to do, rather than setting them for each list.
Apr
22
comment Font Identification
The font is Palatino, and the LaTeX clone of it can be accessed using the mathpazo package. This package is useable in most if not all document classes.
Apr
21
comment How can I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking to write LaTeX math formulas by voice efficiently?
I've voted to reopen this question. I think it is on topic; even though there are general issues involved, there is a substantial part that is likely to be quite LaTeX/TeX specific. (I'm less optimistic about you getting an actual answer, but I still think the question is very worthwhile.
Apr
20
comment Defining node inside curly braces
@JasonZentz Thanks, I've added that solution too. (I'd forgotten about my previous answer). As for the matrix based solution, the linked answer says "abuse" the matrix command, so I think that as a general solution it won't work.
Apr
20
comment LaTeX Kurdish Kurdi / كوردی (Sorani) problems
@LoveLearning This is not generally how fonts are installed in OS X. They typically go into /Library/Fonts.
Apr
20
comment Make TeX output look as input wrt script/language?
Yes, use XeLaTeX and polyglossia with appropriate fonts. See e.g. How to write Bengali in LaTeX? and Help getting started with Hebrew in babel. Nothing specific on Armenian here, I don't think, but the principles are the same.
Apr
20
comment What am I doing wrong with the qtree function?
This is probably the most common error in tikz-qtree. You must have a space between a terminal node and its closing bracket. This is a duplicate of I'm getting the error: ! Paragraph ended before \@@label was complete. Additionally, you shouldn't use qtree if you are also using tikz-qtree. Just use tikz-qtree.
Apr
17
comment Two lines in a single node in Forest
It doesn't matter to me. I was too busy at the time of your original comment to respond otherwise I would have corrected this sooner.
Apr
16
comment Two lines in a single node in Forest
Yes you're right. And the extra code in my tree was just a leftover. So now my answer looks like yours.
Apr
15
comment How can latex help me format and present lots of data in a report?
Is the data from the report largely generated data that e.g. could be in CSV form? If so, you might want to look into the datatool package as well. See How typeset a numeric table from a CSV file.
Apr
14
comment latex code diagram
I would suggest that you start with this question: Commutative Diagrams and then try to make the diagram yourself using tikz-cd. If you have problems, post a minimal document showing what you have tried and then we can help you when you get stuck.
Apr
13
comment Argumentless macros for use in other macros
Actually the linked question doesn't work in your case. So that others can play with your code, can you turn your two code fragments into a complete compilable document. Is the issue that you want to define the list using emph and then have ulem automatically change it to underlining?
Apr
13
comment Argumentless macros for use in other macros
These are called 'switches' usually. For underlining specifically, see Custom switches (such as for underlining). This isn't quite the general solution you are looking for, however. It's not clear that \emph itself can be made into a switch, but for your purposes I don't see why you couldn't just use \itshape instead.
Apr
12
comment Getting jurabib to stop turning around the names in the bibliography
Are you only concerned about names like this? I assume for real names you want the Lastname, First name format, right? If so, this is a duplicate of Using a 'corporate author' in the “author” field of a bibliographic entry (spelling out the name in full)
Apr
12
comment Do I need titlesec or is fncychap enough for doing the following?
Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format. Changing this is very simple with titlesec. But are you already using fnchchapindependently? Perhaps you could post a minimal working example (MWE) that shows what you're doing.
Apr
12
comment Why does \ref only enter the numbers?
There are many packages that can do this. See Cross-reference packages: which to use, which conflict? for lots of examples.