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Dec
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comment feedback on my table
For the last column's units (\si{m} \times \si{m}) would make it dimensionally consistent without obscuring the dimensions by turning it into \si{\square\m}.
Dec
31
comment AUCTeX: How can I add syntax highlighting for custom cite commands?
@MartinScharrer, thanks for that. That's why I flagged it in the first place.
Dec
31
awarded  Analytical
Dec
31
answered Access from included files to environments in AUCtex
Dec
30
comment AUCTeX: How can I add syntax highlighting for custom cite commands?
Check if this question helps: tex.stackexchange.com/q/31966/3731 If not, consider opening a new question, in the spirit of one post per question, so that other users may find it more easily.
Dec
30
comment AUCTeX: How can I add syntax highlighting for custom cite commands?
These two questions might be useful, as far as fontification goes: tex.stackexchange.com/q/42086/3731 and tex.stackexchange.com/a/86119/3731.
Dec
30
comment AUCTeX: How can I add syntax highlighting for custom cite commands?
This question might be useful: tex.stackexchange.com/q/42086/3731.
Dec
30
comment Folding entire section in AUCTeX?
With TeX-fold-mode and outline-minor-mode you should be able to fold the document in a manageable way (via the outline menu and corresponding bound keys). However, without a minimal example, we can only take guesses at what might be wrong.
Dec
30
comment Folding entire section in AUCTeX?
Could you post a MWE including the part of the source code that fails to fold completely?
Dec
28
comment How to have the title at the top of a LaTeX document?
Try adding the lipsum package to your preamble (\usepackage{lipsum}) and issue a \lipsum after the \maketitle. This should output a few paragraphs of blind text, which should push the title up. LaTeX has some expectations about where text should be and is also very generous in the top spacing before the title, so it will not be all the way at the top (in a single column document). @egreg's comment should point you to a handful of very useful solutions to your current problem.
Nov
19
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
19
revised Selecting environment with double click in Emacs+AUCTeX
Added more info addressing update to original question.
Nov
19
comment Selecting environment with double click in Emacs+AUCTeX
Could you provide me with an example of what you wish to accomplish by selecting a word including the backslash? Perhaps there's a different way of accomplishing it without selecting the word.
Nov
16
comment Selecting environment with double click in Emacs+AUCTeX
Could you post a small example of what you wish to accomplish by changing the definition of a word 'command' without the backslash?
Nov
16
answered Selecting environment with double click in Emacs+AUCTeX
Nov
9
comment Filter by value when reading and calculating data using pgfplotstable
This worked perfectly. Thanks!
Nov
9
accepted Filter by value when reading and calculating data using pgfplotstable
Nov
6
asked Filter by value when reading and calculating data using pgfplotstable
Nov
2
accepted Does the pgfplots manual crash your Preview and/or Skim app on OSX?
Nov
2
comment Does the pgfplots manual crash your Preview and/or Skim app on OSX?
I will also mark the question as answered, because using Acrobat Reader I can look through the examples and things don't crash. Not terribly comfortable, but definitely more convenient than the alternatives. Thanks!