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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.


Jun
17
revised ChangingTikz Node Style works only once in Beamer
added animation
Jun
17
answered ChangingTikz Node Style works only once in Beamer
Jun
17
comment Undefined citations
@Please do a test using the example document on my answer below. Save the file exactly as it is as, for example, mybibtest.tex, and then run pdflatex+bibtex+pdflatex+pdflatex. Do you get the same result as in the image I attached or do you get error(s)/warning(s)? Please report the outcome.
Jun
16
comment Undefined citations
Almost :-) You said you were using natbib, but your minimal code doesn't load natbib. Also, you didn't include the style used (the line with \bibliographystyle{...}).
Jun
16
revised Undefined citations
code formatting
Jun
16
revised Basic geometric shapes, sections, shading
new simplified code
Jun
16
comment Undefined citations
You forgot to add the offending entry of the .bib file.
Jun
16
comment Undefined citations
Can you please edit your question and add a simple complete document showing the relevant settings and allowing us to reproduce the problem? Add the offending entry of the .bib file too.
Jun
16
comment Undefined citations
Are you using for the argument of \cite the exact same key you used in the .bib file?
Jun
16
revised Using ntheorem's counter inside theorem statement
added final remark
Jun
16
answered Using ntheorem's counter inside theorem statement
Jun
16
revised Basic geometric shapes, sections, shading
improved the code
Jun
16
comment Autosum Table contents in LaTeX
Exactly what doesn't work for you and why?
Jun
16
comment Basic geometric shapes, sections, shading
@Clark I've added another approach to my answer. With this new code, labeling the regions is simpler than with the previous approach.
Jun
16
revised Basic geometric shapes, sections, shading
new code, requested in comment, new image
Jun
16
answered Adding space after a line in ToC
Jun
16
comment Can't get fancyhdr to work correctly
Or simply \makeatletter\let\ps@plain\ps@fancy\makeatother.
Jun
16
comment Basic geometric shapes, sections, shading
@Clark you didn't mention anything about labels in your question, so I only focused on the drawing. If you want some labels, perhaps there could be a better approach. Please edit your question and state precisely what you need. For the other comment \newcommand\MyCircle[5]{<definition>} means that \MyCircle will have 5 mandatory arguments; inside the <definition> part you refer to these arguments using #, so for example, #3 refers to the third argument.
Jun
16
comment How to have a horizontal line work inside a tabbing environment
@nebffa please see my updated answer; using an optional argument you can now control the vertical separation between lines.
Jun
16
revised How to have a horizontal line work inside a tabbing environment
new code requested in comment