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Aug
25
comment Not using abbreviations with cleveref
You want the noabbrev package option. It's one of the first things in the manual!
Aug
25
comment Equations inside tabular environment, no vertical spacing
@Werner: I think you mean "proposed" or "propounded", not "purported", which doesn't make sense here. :P
Jul
25
comment No page numbering
The original solution in the post works perfectly fine for me, using hyperref...
Jul
19
comment Suppress “In:” biblatex
This is precisely what I was looking for; many thanks! I too found these two defaults (the "In:" prefix and the quotes around article names) most odd, and am glad for a fix... who knows what influenced these stylistic decisions.
Dec
15
awarded  Scholar
Dec
15
accepted References with section and subsection name?
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
Yeah, that works nicely now! This is all rather magical to me, so I believe you when you say titlesec made the job rather hard. Many thanks for the solution, in any case. :)
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
So it seems the titlesec package is interfering. Just the very declaration of \usepackage{titlesec} is the problem!
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
It does indeed work in your demo document; I just tried that.
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
Nope it's in my own document... although I can't figure out why that should be any different. :/
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
Yep, issue persists I'm afraid!
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
How odd. That still only prints a for me. :S
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
@StephanLehmke: I want the format "Problem 1/2/3" though, for titles of sections. And likewise "Part A/B/C" for subsections.
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
@Werner: Indeed, I'd luck something a little more generic. Even if I decide to use that exact naming convention, the counters and titles could get out of sync too easily. Thanks for the tip though!
Dec
15
comment References with section and subsection name?
This previous answer might be able to be adapter, incidentally: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/62241/…
Dec
15
asked References with section and subsection name?
Dec
15
comment Any way to center text within a \parbox?
Great solution, even if it's somewhat mystical to me! \relax\ifvmode\centering\fi works perfectly.
Dec
8
comment Description-like environment with fixed labels width
I want to get the opposite of this! How on earth did you manage to get flexible width of the label column working? :S
Jan
9
awarded  Critic
Oct
29
awarded  Commentator