Reputation
1,443
Top tag
Next privilege 2,000 Rep.
Edit questions and answers
Badges
3 16 33
Impact
~214k people reached

Feb
1
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
30
awarded  Yearling
Oct
23
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
20
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
1
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
27
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
31
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
30
awarded  Yearling
Nov
12
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
2
awarded  Inquisitive
Oct
1
comment uniform size of circles around enumitems
@StevenB.Segletes: Great, thanks!
Oct
1
asked uniform size of circles around enumitems
Sep
26
accepted alignment of different elements inside and outside matrix in tikz
Sep
26
asked alignment of different elements inside and outside matrix in tikz
Sep
22
comment (sub) alignment within an align environment and number positioning
Great! Works out well now. Thanks
Sep
22
comment (sub) alignment within an align environment and number positioning
Hi @Bernard: Yep, indeed. I see from the package manager that that the mh package has been installed on 28-2-2014 (strangely though the options both for installing and uninstalling are not available, 'grayed out'). I don't see mh in the updatable package list. On the other hand I just installed breqn. Your thoughts, is it ok?
Sep
21
comment (sub) alignment within an align environment and number positioning
Thanks Bernard. I see. I'm afraid I do not see mathtools either in the package manager or in the update wizard. Does it mean that I am using the latest version?
Sep
21
comment (sub) alignment within an align environment and number positioning
Thanks very much indeed for the great answer. Your suggestion for a \given much appreciated. Nevertheless due to compilation error, I modified it a bit: \providecommand\given{} \DeclarePairedDelimiterX\EV[1]{E(}{)}{ \renewcommand\given{\nonscript\,\delimsize\vert\nonscript\,} #1}
Sep
21
accepted (sub) alignment within an align environment and number positioning
Sep
21
comment How to split and align equations when they are inside an enumerate environment?
That's elegant, barbara!. @Ohmyghost, just the vertical alignment of = signs of equations in two different bullet points above. Thanks both.