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I'm not incredibly TeX savvy, but I know the basics plus a trick or two. For this reason, there aren't too many questions can provide an answer to, but I'll answer what I can when I see it. I'm also contributing to the (La)TeX community by helping friends and students with their problems, and showing beginners how to get started.


Aug
28
comment How to draw this in tikz?
That decoration is lovely. Nicely done!
Aug
27
comment Text decoration below path
@azetina: Good suggestion. I have updated the answer.
Aug
27
revised Text decoration below path
Added link to the manual, as suggested.
Aug
27
awarded  Organizer
Aug
27
revised Text decoration below path
Added output of the provided code and added a tag
Aug
27
suggested suggested edit on Text decoration below path
Aug
27
answered Text decoration below path
Aug
26
answered Tikz: Drawing railway tracks
Aug
26
comment Tikz: Drawing railway tracks
double distance (or simply double) draws the path twice---one with the base color, and one with the inbetween color. If you specify double=transparent, so that the inbetween color is transparent, you will see that instead of getting a white fill, it is all solid black. If you want a different solution than your own, double distance might not be the appropriate command. A different approach could be to instead draw two black lines---one shifted to the left and one shifted to the right.
Aug
23
accepted Upright, boldface, lowercase, greek math symbols with cbgreek glyphs
Aug
23
comment Upright, boldface, lowercase, greek math symbols with cbgreek glyphs
This is perfect. Thank you!
Aug
23
asked Upright, boldface, lowercase, greek math symbols with cbgreek glyphs
Aug
1
accepted Center-justifying first part of multline
Aug
1
comment Center-justifying first part of multline
This is perfect. Thanks.
Aug
1
comment Center-justifying first part of multline
This doesn't center justify the matrix name. Rather, it aligns the matrix name with the center of the matrix. I don't know which one is more aesthetically pleasing. However, this also vertically aligns the equation number with both the matrix name and the matrix, instead of aligning it with just the matrix (which is why I use multline). So how would you align the equation number correctly?
Aug
1
asked Center-justifying first part of multline
Jul
13
accepted Modifying the appearance of bookmarks through the 'bookmark' and 'hyperref' packages
Jul
12
answered Modifying the appearance of bookmarks through the 'bookmark' and 'hyperref' packages
Jul
11
revised Modifying the appearance of bookmarks through the 'bookmark' and 'hyperref' packages
Added links to relevant threads
Jul
11
revised Modifying the appearance of bookmarks through the 'bookmark' and 'hyperref' packages
Added structure for clarity