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Jul
29
comment Increasing indentation in an enumerate
@percusse Points 3 and 4 talk about a figure in the right column, but 1–4 are all part of the same theme, so I don't want to split the list. I'm open to other solutions... this was the first thing that popped into my mind
Jul
29
asked Increasing indentation in an enumerate
Jun
5
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
4
comment Inserting a proof-reader's remark in a presentation title
@percusse Your answer solves my immediate need and the rest is mere idle curiosity... I don't feel comfortable making someone dig up the internals just to satisfy a stray thought (and I don't even understand the internals). Thanks though :)
Jun
4
accepted Inserting a proof-reader's remark in a presentation title
Jun
4
comment Inserting a proof-reader's remark in a presentation title
@percusse Just thinking about it, it might still be possible if one were to use the optional short title with \title[short]{long}, since the short one is what gets set to footlines...
Jun
4
comment Inserting a proof-reader's remark in a presentation title
@percusse Ah, very good point about \title directing the text to footlines. I am fine with this, since I'll only be adding it after the title is finalized (and in only one location). I'll wait a bit longer to see if there are other answers before accepting yours :)
Jun
4
awarded  Commentator
Jun
4
comment Inserting a proof-reader's remark in a presentation title
This is nice, and I like the font :) Would it be possible to do the positioning a bit more relatively? I guess the use of some absolute units is unavoidable, but something like "Lorem ipsum <anchor> sit amet", with <anchor> being invisible to the title command, but tikz is aware of it and then you can do the shifts from the <anchor> position. You don't have to, if it's hard/complicated; your answer is more than sufficient for my purposes :)
Jun
4
asked Inserting a proof-reader's remark in a presentation title
Apr
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
9
awarded  Yearling
Nov
11
comment How to add some visual style and pizzazz to course notes?
Those crazy margins give me a headache.
Oct
30
comment How do you create .+?
@Jonas Ah, thanks for confirming. In any case, this is a diversion. The OP probably had something else in mind for its use...
Oct
30
comment How do you create .+?
@Jonas I don't have MATLAB right now and haven't tried it out, but I believe it should give an error. 1.+2 will work, because it treats the . as if it were a decimal, but a.+b should give an error. But if it doesn't, I'd be curious...
Oct
29
comment How do you create .+?
Can you show me where .+ is used in MATLAB?
Oct
3
comment How do I define a new command in algorithmicx
Ah, thanks :) I tried defining \algorithmicinput with \algnewcommand like you have, but my mistake was to follow it up with \newcommand without \item, which only messed up the layout. Now I realize what I should've done.
Oct
3
awarded  Scholar
Oct
3
accepted How do I define a new command in algorithmicx
Oct
3
asked How do I define a new command in algorithmicx