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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
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