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comment Horizontal list and inparaenum
@vejn The indent of the list is set by the \widthof{...} part of the myitem macro. You can set this to 0pt to move it to the left margin (i.e. relative to the numerical list; it will align under "Problem") or play with other values.
May
25
comment (nodate) in biblatex bibliography
Can you show a minimal example that demonstrates the problem? I can't reproduce it.
May
25
comment changing loop size and shape in tikz
@juanuni I've added some information about the label distance.
May
23
comment Cross-referencing custom labeled examples
@mico I think bozidarka wants the example to be unnumbered but still referable in some way. If this is the case, then How does one set custom labels for description lists? might be of some use.
May
22
comment Citation in Beamer Slides
You can't use biblatex wth the apalike bibliography style. Try using natbib instead of biblatex.
May
19
comment Displaying prime number differences
I've returned the question to its earlier form with your picture, otherwise your question has basically no content whatsoever. If you want to edit your question with a better picture, or with a more detailed description of what you wanted, that would be fine, but please don't delete it.
May
19
comment Centering a section
Sorry I pasted two identical links. The second question I had in mind is Underline and center headings.
May
19
comment Undefined control sequence for \includegraphics
Hi and welcome to TeX.sx. The usual way to solve these sorts of problems is to reduce your document (by removing/commenting out) stuff until the problem disappears. Also, the error you are getting should (i) give you a line number and (ii) tell you what the undefined control sequence actually is. Often this is due to a misspelled macro name. Also, you shouldn't use the pdftex option for graphicx. It will sort out the correct driver by itself.
May
19
comment Centering a section
Related (duplicate?) questions: Section Heading Centering problem and Section Heading Centering problem.
May
19
comment Displaying prime number differences
What you have (blurrily) shown is not a tree, and I don't think that tree drawing packages will help you here. The TikZ graphs library might be much more appropriate. What exactly is the image you've tried to show us? What is it for or what does it represent? Can you find a better image?
May
17
comment Aligning ExPex interlinear glosses in multicol environment
@Ulrike I assume you were able to reproduce the original behaviour? I wasn't.
May
17
comment Aligning ExPex interlinear glosses in multicol environment
This compiles with no spacing problem for me. What TeX distribution are you using? You may have some outdated packages.
May
16
comment How to preview actual poster size?
In Preview, Command-0 should display the document actual size, and then you can navigate around it to see what things look like. I have no idea if TeXmaker itself allows this. When I am proofreading posters, I usually print them on 11x17inch paper (A3) since my printer can print that size.
May
15
comment enumeration lists with special decorations
How do you want to markup the item itself? Would a macro like \specialitem be acceptable? Or do you want \item{\highlight ... }?
May
15
comment Compile several files in their own font size in a main document
Related: Switching to different font size(s) locally. The solution there should probably work for your case. Put the relevant \input commands in the subfiles.
May
13
comment How to draw a graph in tikz with emoticons?
What exactly are the issues you are having trouble with? Do you want to create emoticons with TikZ or use emoticons from a font? I assume that the arrows and shapes you can do with the other linked answer. We have some questions that deal with emoticons: Something between \frownie and \smiley and Smileys in LaTeX.
May
12
comment When creating the PDF usage of pdflatex is encouraged
Related: The differences between TeX engines
May
12
comment Where is tlmgr in MacPorts-TeXLive installation?
To do this properly see Where is PATH modified to include /usr/texbin?. You will need to make sure that /usr/texbin comes before opt/ in the PATH, though if you keep the MacPorts TeX.
May
12
comment Where is tlmgr in MacPorts-TeXLive installation?
Just add /usr/texbin to your PATH and Emacs should find the MacTeX version with no problems.
May
12
comment Where is tlmgr in MacPorts-TeXLive installation?
No, it's nowhere. See Adding a CTAN package to a MacPorts-maintained TeX installation for some discussion why. So the best solution is to install MacTeX and not to use MacPorts for TeX at all.