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Jun
9
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
9
accepted typographically is ragged-right better than fully-justified text?
Jun
8
revised typographically is ragged-right better than fully-justified text?
added example of the issue
Jun
8
revised typographically is ragged-right better than fully-justified text?
added some context for the LaTeX aspect of the question.
Jun
8
comment typographically is ragged-right better than fully-justified text?
I see the question is in danger of being closed; I'd like to reword it to be more useful. Not sure how. My concern about switching from justified to raggedright is my feeling that LaTeX goes to a lot of work to get justification right and going to raggedright would throw all that algorithmic goodness out the door.
Jun
8
asked typographically is ragged-right better than fully-justified text?
Apr
17
accepted specify sort string in index see entry
Apr
17
comment specify sort string in index see entry
Thanks @barbarabeeton, can't believe I didn't try that. Forest vs trees.
Apr
17
asked specify sort string in index see entry
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling
Oct
10
comment Test the hyperlinks of a pdf document
@Clément, yes it is actually in the code block--see the two for loops? The first (outer loop) loops through the pages in the document, the second (inner loop) loops through the annotations on each given page. Anything on a page that responds to the user is an Annotation. If you write a function to check the url, and pass the function above an open PDF file (using pyPdf lib), the code above will work as-is. If you need more help, please be specific on what is giving you problems. I think this answer won't help you much if you don't already know python.
Oct
8
answered Test the hyperlinks of a pdf document
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
8
comment referencing several tables in one reference
If you don't want to use the package, you can write "see Tables \ref{table1}--\ref{table3}."
Jul
26
accepted show “continued” for nested description list item on page break
Jul
26
comment show “continued” for nested description list item on page break
Thanks @Andrew, that does seem to do the job now! really great example with no more code than needed: simplicity. ;-)
Jul
25
revised show “continued” for nested description list item on page break
added new example that, with accepted answer code, results in wrong option 'continued' text
Jul
25
comment show “continued” for nested description list item on page break
However, with nested options, when the parent option continues after the nested list and a page-break occurs, the text still refers to the nested option. I'll edit the original question with an example.
Jul
24
comment show “continued” for nested description list item on page break
Thats a good question. I think it would be more natural looking if the note starts the text block, possibly in a different font or gray color.
Jul
24
asked show “continued” for nested description list item on page break