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Useful notes for some of my answers:

CTAN lion drawing by Duane Bibby.

How do you accept an answer?](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/q/1852/3954)

minimal working example](http://www.minimalbeispiel.de/mini-en.html)

The demo option for graphicx simply replaces actual figures with black rectangles; do not use that option in your actual document.


Apr
12
comment Big Parenthesis in an Equation
You're right. I should have written a comment here. I apologize for that. After some minutes, I will delete this comment and the one in egreg's answer.
Apr
12
comment Big Parenthesis in an Equation
@MarkS.Everitt I disagree with this comment of yours "most of the times you won't need these" about the \big... family of commands. In fact, I personally believe that most of the times one shouldn't use the \left...\right construct; the family of \big... commands produces much better spacing (both vertically and horizontally) in most situations; besides you don't need to match them across lines in a display.
Apr
12
revised Spacing, subfigures and right captions (Creating a bar menu)
improved the code and added some explanatory comments
Apr
12
comment Indented box that split in multiple pages
@BenoîtLegat I'm glad I could help. Regarding firstextra, secondextra, when the frames don't have page breaks, there's no difference; however, using the ssolution environment (the one with the little black squares), if the text has a page break, commenting out firstextrawill eliminate the squares from the first part of the frame (the one before the page break), and suppressing secondextra will eliminate the squares at the end of the environment.
Apr
12
comment Spacing, subfigures and right captions (Creating a bar menu)
@N3buchadnezzar I've updated my answer with an improved version; in particular, using a simple toggle you get two different versions: one for the clients, the other one for the bartenders.
Apr
12
revised Spacing, subfigures and right captions (Creating a bar menu)
improved the code, re-uploaded images
Apr
12
answered Spacing, subfigures and right captions (Creating a bar menu)
Apr
12
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
12
comment Reference sections or chapters without labeling?
@nicolai.rostov I credited you in my answer.
Apr
12
revised Reference sections or chapters without labeling?
added 36 characters in body
Apr
12
answered Wider caption for listing using multicol
Apr
12
revised Reference sections or chapters without labeling?
new code, improved explanation
Apr
12
comment Vertically aligning images in beamer
@Karl'sstudents yes, as I said, beamer disables floating, but that doesn't mean that using figure doesn't work. It works (without flotation) for captioninig tables or figures with the standard \caption command. (Not that I'm a fan of captioning things in a presentation but I know people who does it and even people who requires it).
Apr
12
comment Vertically aligning images in beamer
Why do you say using figure doesn't work? It It won't produce a floating object (since beamer disables them), but it gives the possibility of using \caption.
Apr
12
revised Reference sections or chapters without labeling?
added final remark
Apr
12
comment Reference sections or chapters without labeling?
With your definitions you loose the optional argument.
Apr
12
comment Question relate to Table of Contents
My code code already puts the symbol in the Table of contents. Don't forget to run the document twice. If the symbol is not appearing for you, let me know.
Apr
12
revised Reference sections or chapters without labeling?
added final remark, improved explanation
Apr
12
revised How to Change the Title for a Second List of Figures
improved the code, re-uploaded images