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Jun
17
comment Export bib file only containing certain fields from BibDesk
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. After a lot of digging around, I managed to create an output that I was satisfied with. However, it really feels like the manual for BibDesk needs a thorough overhaul by someone who isn't a nerdy programmer :)
May
4
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
@crf Strange, it worked when I tried to compile it now. So thumbs up! (That it doesn't work when I apply it to my actual document is another matter. I really hate LaTeX sometimes :P)
May
4
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
It compiles when I comment out the fifth line, but not otherwise.
May
4
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
@cfr I'm using sections as well, independent of the enumeration environment.
May
3
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
I tried to run this. Uncommenting the fifth line while removing one of the enumerate* blocks brakes it :(
May
2
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
@cfr Sorry, it was I who was a bit confused about what this answer did. I would like to be able to turn this function on and of globally and not by having to go and edit each instance of the enumerate environment at the local level. I've updated my question now. Werner's answer is almost there.
May
2
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
Sorry for being unclear. What I mean is that with this solution, I can't have other enumerate enumerate environment nested within the myenum environment which don't disappear.
May
2
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
This seems to do the trick! However, what's the best way of turing it off if I actually want the items to be enumerated?
May
2
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
This doesn't seem to work if I nest other enumerate environments inside of this one.
May
2
comment Create an enumerate environment that can be turned off
@Werner That would most certainly do it. I'm just not sure how to turn any specific enumerate environment off.
Apr
9
comment How to change the numbering style for enumeration and sub-enumeration
Sorry about that! That was me! I meant to up-vote it, but in my haste I must have pressed the down-vote arrow instead. Now, I can't change my vote unless the answer is edited :( @Mico
Jan
11
comment Problem printing some symbols accurately from a pgf plot table
Thanks! I've voted to close my question as an exact duplicate.
Jan
11
comment Problem retrieving text from pgf plot table
Excellent! My real problem was trying to fetch data from a larger file, where the first row first contained some text strings and then a bunch of numbers. I guess this means that numbers aren't allowed as column names.
Sep
26
comment Unbold referenced label
You, sir, are a genius! Thanks a lot!
Sep
15
comment biblatex-apa — biber
@Markus: Can you explain what you actually did to solve the problem? I'm having the exact same problem as you and I can't get it working.
Jun
30
comment Create context sensitive headings
You actually created a package? Way to go! :D
Jun
21
comment Create a bold enumerated list with parenthesized lower case letters
Thanks! Is there any resource where I can look up these different commands?
Nov
3
comment Getting the header for the references, using biblatex, to look *exactly* like the header for the main text, using apa.cls
I'll be damned. It works. Thanks!
Nov
3
comment Is there an interactive TeX interpreter?
Could you define a little more precise what you mean when you say that you want to "check the formula"?
Nov
3
comment Decide placement and content of header for the references when using apa.cls
Thank you very much! However, the text still has some discrepancies between the two headers. For example, when I write "ARE" the R and E of the original header touches at the bottom. Not so with the new header. I'll just start a new thread to try to sort this out. Thanks for your help!