Benoît Kloeckner

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location Grenoble, France
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I am a mathematics teacher and researcher.


Apr
13
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
20
awarded  Critic
Apr
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
14
comment How can I fit my table of contents into a single page? Revisited
Unfortunately, in my document this has no effect on my problem.Maybe my analysis is wrong, or there are some issue with the cls file. Note that in your example, a \enlargethispage, while ad hoc, makes the deal. It does nothing in my document.
Sep
14
comment How can I fit my table of contents into a single page? Revisited
Unfortunately, in my document this has no effect on my problem.
Aug
28
asked How can I fit my table of contents into a single page? Revisited
Aug
28
comment How can I fit my table of contents into a single page?
I have the same problem for another reason: the page next to the ToC is text only (plus one line of ToC), the page after that starts with a section title. The last line of ToC seems to be forced here by LaTeX in order to avoid getting the section title at the bottom: it can put a space between the ToC and the text rather than between paragraphs.
Jul
11
accepted How to get an exponent hat
Jul
11
comment How to get an exponent hat
In fact, I realized that your answer needs only a bit of twiddling with \raisebox and \scalebox to fulfill all my demands. I guess the ratio between the quickness of your answer and the length of my acceptation is the largest I ever saw on this family of sites.
Jul
11
comment How to get an exponent hat
@Henry Vogt: in fact I did not realize that the only problems with egreg's answer, which were the baseline (I would like to have the symbol on level with the baseline, so that I can use it in a superscript) and the size (since I put in a superscript, I prefer it slightly larger), can both be solved using \raisebox and \scalebox.
Jul
11
revised How to get an exponent hat
Added a further precision
Jul
11
comment How to get an exponent hat
Moreover, I would like to be able to write $f^{\myhat\myhat}$ for a double antiderivative, with both hats on level. Sorry for having such demands...
Jul
11
comment How to get an exponent hat
This is quite close to what I'd like, but I do have some spacing problems , and the hat is two large for my taste. Isn't there any mean to get the character in the usual hat alone (i.e. not the command that puts this character on top of the letter ?)
Jul
11
awarded  Commentator
Jul
11
comment How to get an exponent hat
as I wrote, the problem is that this kind of hats do not behave as regular exponents when there is a subscript (contrary to '). So for example in $f'_x$ the ' is right above the x, which is not deported to the right. This is what I would like.
Jun
6
comment How to get an exponent hat
I guess that a solution would be to design a hat as a letter in metafont (so that instead of detecting manually what is behind, one would let the exponentiation do the job), but I do not know how to do that.
Jun
6
comment How to get an exponent hat
I do not have to, I want to. It is a notation that I think is clear and makes sense (it is a kind of antiderivative, so I want a notation close to $f'$).
Jun
5
comment How to get an exponent hat
This is in the right direction, but there is some issue with the height. First, I do not get the same result than you, the hat looks higher (even copy-pasting your code in a document containing nothing else); moreover, the height seems not to adapt to the height of the letter, so in particular $s^\ehat$ looks very weird.
Jun
4
awarded  Yearling