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Postdoctoral fellow interested in authentication and cryptographic voting.


Feb
18
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.
Nov
1
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?
Oct
25
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).
Jul
13
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!!!
Jul
13
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).
Jul
13
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.
Jul
12
comment Sort by author in Alpha bibliography
I finally tried this out and it works great: Thanks! I am using \usepackage[style=alphabetic,terseinits=true,firstinits=true,sorting=nyt,backref‌​=true,maxnames=4,minnames=3]{biblatex} and \printbibliography[maxnames=10] (via your tip in my other question). It models what I want quite closely.
Jul
12
comment biblatex: Max names in alphabetic citation key
Perfect! Thank you!
Mar
20
comment Sort by author in Alpha bibliography
Thanks, I think upgrading MacTeX (in my case) will solve the problem (the logreq error is related to etoolbox being outdated, according others online who had the same error). At 1.5GB, it is a bit of a commitment though.
Mar
20
comment Sort by author in Alpha bibliography
Thanks. This seems like it will work. I didn't verify it (since lofreq.def, a dependency of biblatex, is producing a weird error for me).