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Old-ish IT Geezer, young at heart, memoir fanboy


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awarded  Enthusiast
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comment How to include a picture over two pages, left part on left side, right on right (for books)?
FYI, memoir already emulates tabularx and verbatim, and (with study) will eliminate your need for geometry and tocloft...
Sep
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awarded  Self-Learner
Sep
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comment Centering ellipses inside a rectangular node
Ah. Not sure, but could each matrix cell contain a complete tikzpicture?
Sep
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comment Position a node a certain distance away from another node at a certain angle in TikZ?
Gnashing teeth - just beat me to it...
Sep
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answered Position a node a certain distance away from another node at a certain angle in TikZ?
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answered Centering ellipses inside a rectangular node
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revised Document configuration via tags or labels?
Added the "new package" header
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
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revised Guide to managing multiple resume with one LaTeX?
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answered Guide to managing multiple resume with one LaTeX?
Aug
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comment Document configuration via tags or labels?
Thanks, @LeoLiu, the credit's largely yours...
Aug
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accepted How to avoid a page break before a two-column TOC in memoir
Aug
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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answered Document configuration via tags or labels?
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comment Why am I processing a comma-separated list incorrectly when using etoolbox and kvoptions?
Joseph, thank you very much. \expandafter\docsvlist\expandafter{#1} fixes it nicely.
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accepted Why am I processing a comma-separated list incorrectly when using etoolbox and kvoptions?
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answered How do I know if a math font fits well with the text font
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asked Why am I processing a comma-separated list incorrectly when using etoolbox and kvoptions?
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comment Printing a book
If this is for printing a small number of copies, many PC printers now have an option to do this (sometimes called "Booklet Printing" on Canon printers)