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Postdoctoral fellow interested in authentication and cryptographic voting.


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comment Rotated column titles in tabular
@MarcvanDongen Thanks but the column headers in the example were just placeholder names; the real table I wanted to create (last page of this paper ) has less repetitious column headers.
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comment Rotated column titles in tabular
Thanks, this worked perfectly for me. I did "cheat" and just use: \newcommand{\rot}[1]{\multicolumn{1}{c}{\adjustbox{angle=60,lap=\width-1em}{#1}}‌​} What is the advantage of using \newcolumntype?
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accepted Rotated column titles in tabular
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comment Rotated column titles in tabular
I actually did look at that question first but the answer only works with exactly sideways text (they argue it is otherwise confusing; I disagree and would like rotated text as above).
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asked Rotated column titles in tabular
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comment Sentence case for titles in biblatex
Yeah I could have been clearer too: I was thinking inproceedings but saying article. Anyways, the declaration works exactly the way I want. Thank you!!!
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accepted Sentence case for titles in biblatex
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comment Sentence case for titles in biblatex
Right I could see how to expand it to other types. What I am interested in is the second thing: within a given type (say article), have the title in SentenceCase and have the booktitle with no formatting (although I have no need to limit it to articles).
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comment Sentence case for titles in biblatex
That does not seem to do what I want. That limits the application of sentence case to articles (as opposed to inproceedings, techreport, etc.). What I want is within an article bibtex entry (and other types), to have it applied to title but not to booktitle.
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asked Sentence case for titles in biblatex