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accepted Should running-text numbers be typeset with math mode?
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accepted How to get caption above listing with minted?
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accepted float and subfig package interference: subfigures with exact placement
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accepted Is there a command to ignore the following character?
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comment Is there a command to ignore the following character?
@Ryan: Thank you very much for the explanation. This does not solve the issue, so I'll live with it and solve it properly for my next report instead.
Jan
10
comment Is there a command to ignore the following character?
@MartinScharrer: I see. Still, \^ does what it does, so I suppose it's not impossible to solve?
Jan
10
comment Is there a command to ignore the following character?
@Werner: There's most likely a "better" solution. This question isn't about solving my problem, though; it's about getting a command that works like \^ but removes the following character instead of putting a hat on it. None of these solution do that in all situations, and I see no reason for that to be impossible.
Jan
10
comment Is there a command to ignore the following character?
I should add that ending with \^ does put a hat over the dot.
Jan
10
comment Is there a command to ignore the following character?
My goal was an ugly hack, to \renewcommand \thefigure to end with this, because for some interaction between packages, my figure captions started showing up as "Figure 1.2.:" with an extra period. The period can be made invisible by ending with \color{white}, but trying to \? it results in: ! Paragraph ended before \? was complete.
Jan
10
comment Is there a command to ignore the following character?
My goal was an ugly hack, to \renewcommand \thefigure to end with this, because for some interaction between packages, my figure captions started showing up as "Figure 1.2.:" with an extra period. The period can be made invisible by ending with \color{white}, but trying to \swallow it results in: ! Argument of \swallow has an extra }.
Jan
9
asked Is there a command to ignore the following character?