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answered First paragraph indented after section title in margin
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered How to remove List of Figures page generated by package figcaps
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answered Align - invisible equals sign?
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comment Align - invisible equals sign?
You can align prepending & to any character to serve as alignment point. How would you like the alignment to be in your code?
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comment Visual table of contents using tikz mindmap or similar
@jfbu By no means! Feel free and thanks again.
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comment Visual table of contents using tikz mindmap or similar
@jfbu Thanks. I will do so. In fact, I have to update this answer to make it more similar to the OP's original intent. In some hours I'll do so. By the way, really nice package etoc.
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revised Good way of ignoring \draw, \fill or \node
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revised Good way of ignoring \draw, \fill or \node
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answered Good way of ignoring \draw, \fill or \node
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awarded  Enlightened
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answered Visual table of contents using tikz mindmap or similar
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Visual table of contents using tikz mindmap or similar
The etoc package seems the tool to use here.
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comment Is it possible to have several entries in a bibtex-date field?
There's an eventdate field. I've never used though, and the documentation for biblatex doesn't say much about it.
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reviewed Close header: subsection that is continued, not the one starting on the page
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comment How to use chronology package to draw this timeline?
@Masiar perhaps you could open a fresh new question showing a little complete document allowing us to reproduce the problem.
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revised biblatex's \footfullcite typesets citation twice in beamer
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11
comment drawing an orthonormal frame with semi circles
Yes, and I thank you for that. However, you still haven't accepted any answers. An accepted answer has a green checkmark next to it; see, for example, this answer tex.stackexchange.com/a/232414/3954 and the green checkmark to the left below the vote count. Clicking that checkmarks means "to accept" an answer.
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comment drawing an orthonormal frame with semi circles
You're welcome. Sorry to bother you but I just noticed that eventhough you have upvoted answers (which is great), you still haven't accepted answers to your questions. You can accept the answers that you consider best solved your problem by clicking the checkmark to the left of the answer. In case of doubt, please see How do you accept an answer?.