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Feb
25
comment Automatically scale big and small graphics for beamer presentations
@Hendrik -- Thanks! Done!
Feb
25
answered Automatically scale big and small graphics for beamer presentations
Feb
25
revised Automatically scale big and small graphics for beamer presentations
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Feb
25
revised Automatically scale big and small graphics for beamer presentations
Removed `figure` environment and posted solution for Martin to cut and paste for accepting.
Feb
25
comment Automatically scale big and small graphics for beamer presentations
@Martin -- Thanks! I didn't about keepaspectratio to take up the slack in the non-binding dimension. I'll post the solution as an edit above for you to cut in paste as a solution I can accept?
Feb
24
comment Automatically scale big and small graphics for beamer presentations
@Martin, @Herbert -- Thanks! Any idea on scale to fit?
Feb
24
asked Automatically scale big and small graphics for beamer presentations
Feb
16
comment Bind reports/articles into a book, but keep the ability to compile them individually
Thanks! I used your first solution and it works great!
Feb
16
accepted Bind reports/articles into a book, but keep the ability to compile them individually
Feb
16
asked Bind reports/articles into a book, but keep the ability to compile them individually
Feb
9
accepted Can I use natbib in beamer, but omit the bibliography?
Feb
9
comment Can I use natbib in beamer, but omit the bibliography?
Thanks! I think in this case the biblatex answer is best for me, but your's is good for my toolbox.
Feb
8
asked Can I use natbib in beamer, but omit the bibliography?
Jan
26
comment Split one label into many and append with a, b, c, etc
@Alan -- Perfect! Thanks so much! I always forget that latex is also a programming language.
Jan
26
accepted Split one label into many and append with a, b, c, etc
Jan
26
comment Split one label into many and append with a, b, c, etc
Alan FTW, again. Is there a way I can make the tables 1a, 1b, 1c instead of 1, 1a, 1b? In my tinkering I can't figure it out. Thanks!
Jan
26
asked Split one label into many and append with a, b, c, etc
Jan
26
comment Is there a “widetable” counterpart to “longtable”?
@all -- Yeah, this is a duplicate and I'd vote to close if I could. Those are good answers that I couldn't find with google. It is odd that Alan's answer didn't pop up in my searches here since it's voted up and recent. Is there a way to add "wide" or "too many columns" to that question? Or I guess that's what my closed question will do :). Thanks!
Jan
25
comment Set custom bibtex call in Vim latex suite on windows (to add --include-directory)
I also recently found that I can add to a directory to path for MikTex (I should have know there was a different angle than the vimrc file). docs.miktex.org/manual/localadditions.html
Jan
25
accepted Set custom bibtex call in Vim latex suite on windows (to add --include-directory)