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Sep
26
revised Splitting a large document into several files
I think "actual" was a false friend, turned it into "up-to-date". Please revert if I was mistaken.
Sep
25
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
25
awarded  Mortarboard
Sep
25
comment Align an image at the right of a text in LyX
Nice manual with the little pictures! You can use <kbd> for keystrokes, as I did in my edit. (The Unicode arrows are just for fun ..)
Sep
25
revised Align an image at the right of a text in LyX
<kbd> markup, unicode arrows.
Sep
25
revised How do I make my document look like it was written by a Cthulhu-worshipping madman?
added 410 characters in body
Sep
25
revised Are there typographical systems that allow creating text which isn't always uniform?
edited tags
Sep
25
comment How do I make my document look like it was written by a Cthulhu-worshipping madman?
@Canageek: Absolutely, dropcaps are fun. As for the font, I just picked one that was available as a package so that the code would be compilable for everybody. In your specific case, you're probably best off finding the perfect font somewhere on the Internet and using it with XeLaTeX and fontspec.
Sep
25
revised Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends
agreed, but let's not make it look like it were *only* TeX. Also, the title is not question, so no question mark needed.
Sep
25
comment How to generate a TOC without an actual document?
I edited the title to be a bit more specific, hope you don't mind.
Sep
25
revised How to generate a TOC without an actual document?
clarified title
Sep
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
25
comment How do I make my document look like it was written by a Cthulhu-worshipping madman?
For extra fun, you could add some coffee stains, in case your madman fancies this noble beverage.
Sep
25
comment How do I open the internal viewer in a custom Quick Build command with TeXStudio or TeXMaker?
So, welcome to TeX.sx! Thanks for marking your code as code. If you want to format non-LaTeX-code, the expert way is using the <pre> HTML tag, as I did in my edit. This way, no colors are used and special characters like \ and % won't mess up the entire thing. Enjoy TeX.sx :)
Sep
25
revised How do I open the internal viewer in a custom Quick Build command with TeXStudio or TeXMaker?
turned code markup into <pre>
Sep
25
revised Alignment accross multiple arrays/vectors
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Sep
25
revised Bipartite graphs
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Sep
25
revised Dealing with Long Table head entries ?
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Sep
25
revised How to typeset a multiline text in math environment?
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Sep
25
comment Error: Missing \begin{document}
I edited your title so other people with the same problem can find this question more easily, hope you don't mind.