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Aug
16
revised How do I extract a month name in datetime2?
A slightly better examplr after @cfr's comment
Aug
16
comment How do I extract a month name in datetime2?
@cfr I'm sorry, I don't think I can improve on that too much. I'll update the question to clarify a bit, but I really haven't a clue.
Aug
16
asked How do I extract a month name in datetime2?
Aug
8
reviewed Close Bisimulation symbol?
Aug
8
comment Why is Latex giving this odd output?
+1 for reminding us all that "rewrite the sentence" is often a lot simpler, better solution that invoking all sorts of macro ninjutsu.
Aug
7
comment How can I align text between fitted and positioned nodes?
Thanks for that idea, Gonzalo. In my case, I don't specifically align the text vertically. Is the default text anchor different for a non-fitted node? It looks like the text is not actually centred in the fit box.
Aug
7
asked How can I align text between fitted and positioned nodes?
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
31
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
20
answered Page setup in memoir class
Jul
19
comment Start Memoir's frontmatter on a verso page
Sorry, that includes any "printed" empty pages
Jul
19
comment Start Memoir's frontmatter on a verso page
I'm sorry, again, but I think you are asking for something that is logically impossible. The first printed page, however you arrive at it, is always recto,
Jul
19
comment Start Memoir's frontmatter on a verso page
Sorry, I find it a little difficult to understand what page order you're trying to achieve. I would have thought the logical thing to do would be put the \maketitle right after \frontmatter (assuming you want the title page first??? The first page og the book is always (by logic) recto, as it's generally what you see when the book sits on the table.
Jul
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
24
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
24
comment Navigate a TeX code using emacs
@CharlesHolbrow I've updated the answer, but unfortunately haven't been able to find a good replacement for the link. What I did find didn't have the details of the key bindings.
Jun
24
revised Navigate a TeX code using emacs
Linkrot
Jun
3
comment As an expert, can you always use TeX for (nearly) any kind of document?
@SeanAllred I'm even later with a reply to your comment! For technical documents, I use memoir with a conventional Part/Chapter/Section... structure. I haven't built a special class (though I know I should), but have a giant preamble that I copy from project to project and then increment as necessary. I know that's horrible, so dont bother telling me... :). I also have a pretty front cover built with xcoffins à la Elementare Typographie. But again, I haven't built a package for it yet.