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Software developer || software engineer || programmer || developer. Whatever job title you want to call me.


Aug
28
comment How to vertically align headers/footers in fancyhdr package?
Geez... What does all of that mean? Care to add a small description of what's going on there, in plain English?
Aug
28
comment How to add a forced line break inside a table cell
\parbox works, but it requires me to type the desired column width. Thus, I lose the auto-column-size that happens otherwise. I bet \multirow will work, but the source-code will be a lot messy.
Aug
28
comment How to add a forced line break inside a table cell
I did. I tried both \newline and \linebreak, but they only work in paragraph mode. cims.nyu.edu/cgi-comment/info2html?(latex)%5Cnewline
Aug
28
answered How to vertically align headers/footers in fancyhdr package?
Aug
28
asked How to add a forced line break inside a table cell
Aug
27
asked How to vertically align headers/footers in fancyhdr package?
Aug
27
comment How do I insert a document's title and the chapter's name into a header?
Thank you, TH, your comment was EXACTLY what I wanted to know.
Aug
27
accepted How to conditionally define a new command in LaTeX?
Aug
27
awarded  Scholar
Aug
27
accepted What package should I use to typeset units?
Aug
27
asked How to conditionally define a new command in LaTeX?
Aug
24
comment What package should I use to typeset units?
Great answer! I gotta look at the code sample later, with more time. You forgot to cite cjwunits and hepunits. ;-)
Aug
24
comment What package should I use to typeset units?
Nice! Since I was in a hurry, I didn't have enough time to read the siunitx documentation. I had tried something similar to this: \SI{$2.1 \times 10^{2}$}{\meter}, and I guess it failed because of math code inside this command.
Aug
24
comment What package should I use to typeset units?
Actually, I tried using scientific notation with siunitx, and I got an error. Since I was in a hurry, I decided to stick with unitsdef. I gotta try that extensively later (unless someone does that before me).
Aug
24
awarded  Student
Aug
24
asked What package should I use to typeset units?
Aug
24
awarded  Supporter