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reviewed Approve Is there any repository of BibTeX extension conventions?
Jan
29
comment Advisor likes MS Word, I like LaTeX
Of course when you reached a good draft in Google Docs, then you may need to export it in Word and take care of the layout there.
Jan
29
comment Advisor likes MS Word, I like LaTeX
I agree with @JosephWright even if it would be nice to convert your advisor to TeX this looks unlikely to happen and could cause "I knew I should not have listened to you" effect should anything go wrong. May I suggest a switch to Google Docs? It may solve multiplatform issues and enable a much easier and interactive collaboration (commenting support there is great)
Jan
29
comment Tikz: Add arrow tip to path instead of replacing part of path
You could use shorten >=-Xpt where X is the length of the tip itself
Jan
26
comment LaTeXing autofill ST3 multiple file project
Yes input works, but if you want to keep using import the trick of using the input after end document is a valid workaround. What I did was to input a dummy tex file which inputed all my tex files; this dummy file was generated by listing all the tex files in the project so I would not need to manually update it every time I added a file
Jan
25
reviewed Approve Failing to import into JabRef 3.0
Jan
25
comment How do I concisely typeset propositional proof trees?
For a TikZ solution look at the child action in the pgf manual (there is a whole section about trees) or the forest package which offers a convenient syntax. Have you tried something?
Jan
23
comment LaTeXing autofill ST3 multiple file project
Unfortunately the plugin is not open source so these are just speculations: 1) the plugin looks only in the main file for bib files 2) \import is not supported. You can workaround both things by putting fake \input and \addbibresource after \end{document}: They get ignored by LaTeX but not by the plugin
Jan
18
reviewed Approve Alignment of nodes with \addplot table
Jan
17
comment Tikzpicture: Add slope angles to straight line
If you are using PGF/TikZ version 3 there is an angles library that does that (see manual)
Jan
17
comment TikZ: drawing not centered
Look in the manual Section 17.4.3, there are several options on how to include multi-line text. Adding align=left should solve your issue.
Jan
17
answered TikZ: drawing not centered
Jan
17
comment TikZ: drawing not centered
Could you explain what you mean by "the drawing is not centered"? Of course the drawing includes the help grid, which is centered it would seem. Try removing the \draw [help lines] (0,0) grid (10,10); line
Jan
17
comment TikZ: drawing not centered
I think the original author used text width so that the λs would align, but It's much better to place them at the same x coordinate and use anchor=west
Jan
17
comment TikZ: drawing not centered
As @egreg said the text width is making the box for λacc much wider than the text would need, so the center of the node is not at the center of the displayed text. To debug this better you could add the draw=red option to the problematic nodes so you see exactly the shape of the box.
Jan
14
accepted Incompatibility between sigplanconf's \thanks and cleveref
Jan
14
comment Incompatibility between sigplanconf's \thanks and cleveref
Ah! Thanks a lot!
Jan
14
comment Incompatibility between sigplanconf's \thanks and cleveref
could you please explain your comment on standard classes? The class is based on article but I cannot find the definition of \@thefnmark in article.cls; yet cleveref works perfectly with article and \thanks...
Jan
14
comment Incompatibility between sigplanconf's \thanks and cleveref
Isn't this weird since the class is based on article? It does execute \LoadClass{article} inside, shouldn't this properly setup \@thefnmark?
Jan
14
revised sigplanconf wiki description
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