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Jun
17
comment Report, how to start with a “right”-page?
@latexmp BTW, you need to work on accepting a few more answers to your questions (:-) !!
Jun
17
comment Word breaking for two sentences
I think this is the simpler, cleaner solution as a concept, but I'm not going to vote it up, unless you'd like to provide sufficiently simple example code...
Jun
12
comment About \include in LaTeX
Just beat me to it! Definitely the best tool for the job.
Jun
11
comment Why does MS Word's algorithm for vertical positioning of super- and subscripts not conform to TeX's ?
Sorry, I find your question rather confusing. Are you here to discuss the paper you cite, or do you have a specific problem we can help you to solve? In the former case, this may not be the appropriate place. In the latter, please supply an minimum example of your TeX code and describe why you believe the results are incorrect. We may then be able to help you better.
Jun
10
comment Can you help me with the tables ? ( or How to get the tables right ? )
+1 Good answer, Just one quibble from a memoir fanboy: IMNSHO (1) should read "Choose a good class (memoir, Koma, tufte-book etc)". Memoir comes with booktabs built-in.
Jun
3
comment PDF with un-copyable text in LuaLaTeX
You don't need references. If you have available a thing called "a typist", no possible drm on earth can resist you.
Jun
3
comment Is it possible to produce a PDF with un-copyable text?
@warem: No, it's not possible. All you need to break it is a thing called "a typist".
Jun
3
comment How to manage pictures in a single file to be easily picked by the main file?
+1 for a lesson in effective simplicity
May
28
comment footnotes - on the bottom except on last page of chapter
I think all of us here feel your pain; we're not railing at you, but at your institution.
May
28
comment svn-multi: committed PDF always has an offset in revision number?
Not really an answer, so I'll leave it as a comment: just how desirable is it to have your PDFs under version control? I tend to v-c just the source files.
May
28
comment footnotes - on the bottom except on last page of chapter
I suppose we should be glad they don't demand the use of Word... BTW, if ever you manage to do this, it's gonna be really ugly.
May
27
comment Which one should be used in limit, \rightarrow or \to?
+1: Amazing just how many people don't understand this
May
17
comment How can I add more than one logo to my beamer presentation?
¡Only @Martin Scharrer's hand dare frame that fearful symmetry!
May
17
comment Left Aligning Subscripts
"this": the OP's desired layout, or the solution?
May
15
comment How to scale Tikz drawings and text together?
Thank you for an interesting answer. I haven't accepted it --- sorry --- as in the end I chose to go with Martin's, because I already have a fair bit of trouble getting my head round TikZ' multiplicity of frames of reference.
May
14
comment How to scale Tikz drawings and text together?
@Martin Scharrer: The font in itself isn't too important; you may care to change the fonts to something you can compile...
May
14
comment How to scale Tikz drawings and text together?
@Seamus: In principle, I would be happy to use scalebox, but would it scale the fonts in a correct typographically respectful manner? (Ie not just "explode the bitmap")
May
12
comment Vertical lines are being broken up (disrupted) by the horizontal booktabs lines
To reinforce @Joseph Wright, Simon Fear does say, pretty clearly, that vertical lines in tables are a typographic abomination. My guess would be that if you want vertical lines, then booktabs isn't for you.
May
11
comment How can I draw the outline of a path in tikz?
First-class answer!
May
9
comment If pagestyle equal to… — How should I ask it?
Perhaps you could tell us a little more about what you want to achieve? To my admittedly old blinkered way of thinking, "the document commands the pagestyle", yet you are asking that "the pagestyle commands the document". Some of us may find that a bit of a strange new idea; I'm sure we'd all like to understand it better.