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awarded  Nice Question
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revised when multiple entries crossref the same proceeding, the proceeding details are not printed, but cited!
added 3 characters in body
Jul
20
awarded  Explainer
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answered when multiple entries crossref the same proceeding, the proceeding details are not printed, but cited!
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revised when multiple entries crossref the same proceeding, the proceeding details are not printed, but cited!
source formattings
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Jun
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comment Listings with some notes
Look up the escapeinside option that lets you escape to LaTeX within the listing. Then (with '@' as escape character), typeset your label using \llap at the begin of a line, e.g., @\llap{\tikz\node[shape=circle]{1};}@<the real listing line>
Jun
18
comment Can an environment replace text within it during compilation?
The babel package provides Esperanto support, the accented characters are typeset by making ^ active: ^c becomes ĉ. Not exactly what you are looking for, but definitely less cumbersome. (Besides, bable takes also care of correct hyphenation.)
Jun
17
comment Querying and modifying TEXINPUTS from inside a latex file?
+1 Oh I would love to have a feature like that. It would solve so many problems in my cross-site, cross-platform and dozen-of-participants projects.
Jun
17
comment How to get a numbered alphabetical bibliography with (author,year) citations
@Timm: No, it should be backend=bibtex8, as biber is the default in recent versions of biblatex. It is perfectly possible to still use bibtex, but in that case highly preferrable to use the 8-bit version including the "Wolfgang" switch (bibtex8 -W) as the internal buffers of classical 7-bit bibtex are often too small.
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May
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revised How can I fix jumping TikZ pictures in beamer?
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May
22
comment How can I fix jumping TikZ pictures in beamer?
Thanks @Clément :-) Honestly, I almost forgot about this answer because of this newer one, which basically uses the same trick, but with some slight improvements for complex expressions. I probably should add this here as well.
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