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May
8
comment Including an asterisk in a reference item number
@Guido Thanks, and what should I do to place the asterisk on the citation number (as in my example above) instead of before the text?
May
8
asked Including an asterisk in a reference item number
Apr
22
accepted Smart replacement of missing fonts
Apr
21
asked Smart replacement of missing fonts
Apr
21
accepted Drawing a line that approaches a circle normally
Apr
21
asked Drawing a line that approaches a circle normally
Mar
9
awarded  Yearling
Feb
20
accepted Flexible grid layout to list addresses
Feb
17
comment Flexible grid layout to list addresses
I like this one, but would it be possible to make the number of columns fixed (manually input) and equal width?
Feb
17
comment Flexible grid layout to list addresses
I like the idea here, but multi-cols doesn't seem to handle columns fewer than 3 in the MWE above. For instance, if I change it to 1 or 2, I get this output: i.stack.imgur.com/K9lR5.png
Feb
16
asked Flexible grid layout to list addresses
Jan
27
awarded  Disciplined
Dec
9
comment Torn page effect
Relevant: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/4148 (if someone's looking for ideas)
Oct
21
comment Creating commands for frame grids
No worries, I still upvoted it :) btw, what controls the origin? As you can see in my example, the origin is in the center left and in some other slides of mine, it is lower left (but not the corner), whereas in yours it is top left, even though I can't see any obvious declaration. It looks like it varies depending on what items are already on the slide (e.g. frame title/no title, etc.) Would it be possible to force the origin to be at the same spot in every slide?
Oct
21
comment Creating commands for frame grids
This is nice, but as I mentioned in the question, I'd like the grid to be the last component to be drawn, so that it's on top of everything else. I'm not near a tex installation to test this out right now, but I'm guessing from the figure and because you applied it to the background canvas, that this is one of the first layers to be drawn...
Oct
21
revised Creating commands for frame grids
added 973 characters in body
Oct
19
asked Creating commands for frame grids
Jul
29
comment Increasing indentation in an enumerate
You got the idea partially, but it doesn't work quite as well. Sure, you can align it well for a small figure, but for larger ones, I have to fiddle with the vertical spacing. Also, the reason for splitting it that way was because items 1 and 2 stretch all the way to the end, which is not possible if put in only a half mini page
Jul
29
comment Increasing indentation in an enumerate
@JLDiaz Ah, I see what you mean (he means). Hmmm... it might work in this case, but I think I do have some cases where the items extend below the column too (items 5,6 for example), so it'll be the same issue again, but roles reversed.
Jul
29
comment Increasing indentation in an enumerate
@percusse I don't see how that would align 3 & 4 with 1 & 2... or am I missing something/misunderstanding you? I'm fine with anything that aligns the last two items with the first two. The alignment of the figure in the right column is not that important