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Jul
17
comment Equations in amsart crash into wrapfigs
ok, thanks again.
Jul
17
comment Equations in amsart crash into wrapfigs
I'll give these a try. Thank you very much for the magic.... Ok, and a question - what should I use instead of wrapfig? I've got lots of small figures, and I want to flow text around them - it looks nicer that having big horizontal blocks of white space. Is there something better than wrapfig?
Jul
16
comment Equations in amsart crash into wrapfigs
I don't understand it, but it works! How about align environments? What is the magic spell for those?
Jan
9
comment End of theorem marker placement
A bit more detail - the theorem environment appears to eat qed boxes inside of equation environments, except for the one wrapped in the command \xqedhere. But I don't want to adjust the spacing by hand... :(
Jan
9
comment End of theorem marker placement
@barbarabeeton - I've played with the linked tex file; nothing from there produced a correctly spaced qed box (inside an equation at the end of a lemma). Suggestions?
Jan
7
comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
...except egreg below warns against resetting global parameters to fix a local problem. I guess worrying about hyphens before the very very end is the biggest mistake I am making. Thank you for your help!
Jan
7
comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
Ok, very clear. Thank you.
Jan
7
comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
@Herbert - Ah. I see! Thank you very much for your answers. So, in short, the line starting \hyphenation is totally irrelevant. LaTeX knows how to hyphenate these words, but there are other rules that are overriding the hyphenations (number of letter and dashes). ... So, if I have to cure each problem individually then it seems cleaner to just insert \- in the appropriate places (after fixing all other typesetting issues). Does that sound right?
Jan
7
comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
I think there may be more than one issue here. I've expanded the example to try and show this.
Jan
7
comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
@Herbert - I've expanded the example. Perhaps there are two different issues here?
Jan
7
comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
@lockstep - Done.
Jan
7
comment pdflatex and \hyphenation
Lockstep - Ok, I'll try to do that. Egreg - English only. Stefan - I'll split off the question.
Oct
22
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - ok, done. Thanks for the help.
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - ok, I hacked format.eprint and it works. Thank you for the help.
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - ok, I think that I might be able to just drop two functions from kp into hplain. I'll try that and get back to you. Thanks for pointing out these differences.
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - ok, using kp.bst works. That immediately morphs my question into "how do I get the formatting of plain.bst and the linking of kp.bst?" That is - which part of kp.bst do I need to steal?
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@PeterGrill - I'll try to give a minimal example tomorrow. It is a bit late here.
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@egreg - Immediately above that it says "The following bibtex styles have been modified to support an eprint field." and gives a long list, including hplain. I'll look at kp.bst.
Oct
21
comment How do I get eprint, hplain, bibtex, hyperref, and pdflatex to work?
@PeterGrill - Yes I ran bibtex and pdflatex several times.
Sep
21
comment Double space between sentences.
You can use ties "e.g.~a fish" or manual spacing "e.g.\, a fish".