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Nov
6
comment Bibliography style -author name separated by /
@Mico, I have the impression that the term harvard citation style is sometimes used for apa-like but with different delimiters.
Nov
5
comment How to optimize pdf with many links and simple pages
True, but that is basically what @Zuerill suggests.
Oct
24
comment Don't use brackets in bibliography (“1.” instead of “[1]”)
In the cited question and answer, it is not mentioned that the solution is for biblatex. So I think the answer of Gonzalo Medina is meant for bibtex.
Oct
16
comment Centering disregarding symbol ®
Nice idea! But why haven't you use \phantom or \hphantom?
Sep
27
comment Concatenation symbol between two sets
In school we used the $\cup$ for a set union.
Sep
22
comment Macro to add starred version of command
Sorry I have no idea how it works internally. But a possible use case is shown in the linked answer.
Sep
22
comment Macro to add starred version of command
Something like \WithSuffix? Than this answer can be usefull: tex.stackexchange.com/a/4388/3061
Sep
17
comment How to fill a partially filled “path”
@percusse, indeed! That answers my question. Thanks.
Sep
17
comment How to fill a partially filled “path”
@cfr, because the second one is not a close path.
Sep
2
comment How do I find out what fonts are used in a document/picture?
+1, for identifont.
Aug
30
comment What math fonts are available that work in xelatex?
There is now also TeX Gyre Schola Math and Tex Gyre Bonum Math.
Aug
29
comment Is there a makebst-like style definition helper for creating biblatex styles?
I don't think such a tool would need to cover the whole power of biblatex. For many bibliography styles makebst is good enough. So a tool that asks the same or similar questions and spits out an .bbx file would be enough for many people. The rest who needs the special capabilities of biblatex could take it as a starting point.
Aug
12
comment Can I write a range in [0-1) style with siunitx?
@SebastianSchmitz, for angles you would need the non-existing \angrange. @JosephWright, maybe this is some missing feature?
Jul
30
comment pgfplot: 3d function plot
The pgfplots manual is good resource. You are wellcome.
Jul
30
comment pgfplot: 3d function plot
That are two questions :). For papers, you usally have to provide the figures as separated image files. Most journals do only provide a basic set of packages. For your thesis you can do it as you want. I prefer to have them inside of the thesis, because all definitions of colors and fonts, and package options are automatically shared. Downside is that the compilation takes some (long) time.
Jul
30
comment pgfplot: 3d function plot
No, in general you do not need lua. The pgf math library is very good. In your special case in the previous question, there seems to be an accuracy problem. I guess it is something like subtracting very large values, which differes only minimal. Here accuracy becomes very important. BUT this is the first time I read about those problems with pgfmath, so it's not a problem you face often.
Jul
30
comment pgfplot: 3d function plot
Is this really the function you want to plot? Or do you intend to plot the function from the previous question and the one given here is just a place holder?
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.