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Jul
13
comment Using sans font for tick labels in pgfplots
Thanks, that was what I was looking for. The only flaw is the wrong minus sign. But I found a solution to fix this, which I will post later.
Jul
1
comment How to ensure that LaTeX-generated pdfs print correctly from print-on-demand services
If it's only two characters you are using from this font, you could also make a high-resolution screenshot of those characters and include them via \includegraphics. Of course it is not the most elegant solution but should work and is easier then to rasterize the whole document.
Jun
11
comment How to make the tick thickness as the axis line?
@Koji, thanks that really works.
May
7
comment How to make an arrow bigger and change its color in TikZ?
+1, although I'm missing a screenshot :)
Apr
10
comment Combining different projects into one (papers into PhD Thesis)
@cherep, so other people are working on your PhD thesis? :o
Mar
13
comment Is it possible to make siunitx typeset exponents in “cramped” style?
I have to thank. The selnolig is a nice package. You should sell it to surkamp, I'm reading a book of them currently and I'm really annoyed of their wrong usage of ligatures.
Mar
12
comment Is it possible to make siunitx typeset exponents in “cramped” style?
right! There it is not a real problem since I rarely use inline math with capitals and superscripts, else I probably had ask a different questions with the same answer. ;-)
Mar
12
comment Is it possible to make siunitx typeset exponents in “cramped” style?
BTW, I'm using lualatex instead of xelatex because of your selnolig package :)
Mar
12
comment Is it possible to make siunitx typeset exponents in “cramped” style?
Well, this will also change inline math equations, but I think that's a good idea anyway.
Mar
12
comment Is it possible to make siunitx typeset exponents in “cramped” style?
@Mico, I'm actually using Pagella in my working document and I like it's high black/white ratio, but I will give the increased linespacing a trial.
Mar
12
comment Is it possible to make siunitx typeset exponents in “cramped” style?
@Mico, true. And I also think that it is not common practice to use old style numerals at all for scientific values, although I've seen an journal which does this. I added an example which shows why it is not possible to use the unicode superscripts.
Mar
6
comment Does a !TEX directive exist in TeXStudio for the bibliography command?
It should be % !TeX TXS-program:bibliography = txs:///biber as you described in the feature request. And that works like a charm! Thanks for the quick response.
Mar
6
comment tabular operators in a custom environment code?
AFAIK, it is not possible to span an environment across cell boundaries.
Mar
5
comment Does a !TEX directive exist in TeXStudio for the bibliography command?
BTW, I created a feature request: sourceforge.net/p/texstudio/feature-requests/662
Mar
5
comment Does a !TEX directive exist in TeXStudio for the bibliography command?
@TorbjørnT. I guess you are right, maybe I will take a look on arara. On the other hand it is not too much trouble to switch the bib program. Anyway, if you convert your comment to an answer I will accept it.
Mar
4
comment How can one manage his own bibliography? (using biber/biblatex)
One file + jabref. That works very well for me. Here I described my workflow: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/18848/…
Feb
27
comment Two backgrounds in a graph
Oh, that solution is even better :)
Feb
27
comment Two backgrounds in a graph
You might also add axis on top then the axis will not be overlapped by the highlighting rectangle.
Feb
25
comment What kind of document is suitable for a book if customer wants changes
@novicebookwriter, for temperaturs better use \SI{-15}{\celsius} with the siunitx package.
Feb
22
comment How to generate templates for charts
@RicardoCristianRamirez, my example works here for pdflatex, xelatex and lualatex. Indeed it I get some problems with dvipdfm.exe, latex builds though without a problem. Maybe you have an old tikz or pgfplots version?