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Oct
2
revised Custom first page with fancyhdr
code markup
Oct
2
revised Custom first page with fancyhdr
markup
Oct
1
revised Creating a custom songbook with the songs package
reuploaded image
Oct
1
revised Problem with TikZ and vertical alignment of text inside nodes
reuploaded image
Oct
1
revised TikZ Drawing a changing vector field in a grid
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Oct
1
revised Align Note below table
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Oct
1
revised How do I add parfor in algorithmic environment?
reuploaded image
Oct
1
revised texlive: How to determine which package a font is contained in?
replaced code markup with <pre>-tags to remove syntax coloring
Oct
1
comment “ with tipa and babel's ngerman / \shorthandoff{”} in a macro
\DeclareRobustCommand{\myipa}[1]{{\shorthandoff{"}\scantokens{\tipaencoding#1\e‌​ndinput}}} works in all cases, thanks a lot!
Oct
1
accepted “ with tipa and babel's ngerman / \shorthandoff{”} in a macro
Sep
30
revised How to select Latin Modern font for small sizes
fixed capitalization, edited tags
Sep
30
comment “ with tipa and babel's ngerman / \shorthandoff{”} in a macro
It stands for "too long, didn't read", the comma probably has turned into a semicolon because it's all-caps? I think it started out as a comment to posts perceived as too long, and has since become kind of a synonym for "summary" or "short version", for those people who don't want to read the whole thing and would otherwise add "TL;DR" as a comment.
Sep
30
awarded  Necromancer
Sep
29
awarded  Guru
Sep
29
asked “ with tipa and babel's ngerman / \shorthandoff{”} in a macro
Sep
29
comment Is there a way of limiting the scope of \newlength?
So \let turns the length \elephant into a marco \elephant, which hence is invalid input for \rule? Would that still solve gablin's problem?
Sep
29
answered Is there a way of limiting the scope of \newlength?
Sep
29
revised Included png appears too big in PDF
edited tags, removed closing, turned code markup for log into <pre>
Sep
29
revised Punctuation in equations
fixed English
Sep
29
comment “$$…$$.” has the dot on the wrong line; How to punctuate correctly?
The $$...$$ vs. \[...\] matter has actually been explained on here already: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/503/why-is-preferable-to