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I ♡ LaTeX


Oct
2
revised Custom first page with fancyhdr
markup
Oct
1
revised Creating a custom songbook with the songs package
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Oct
1
revised Problem with TikZ and vertical alignment of text inside nodes
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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?
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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
Sep
29
comment using PDF bookmarks to refer to pages in \includegraphics
What you're linking to is not the "documentation of \includegraphics, I'd refer to it as the "LaTeX Wikibook section on including graphics". A documentation of a package (the package most commonly providing the command \includegraphics is graphicx) can usually be found on CTAN; however, for graphicx I don't seem to find one right away.