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Dec
22
accepted Commands to help indexing
Dec
22
comment Commands to help indexing
Yes, you've got my point on 3. I edited my post to let it more clear. And about 4 that was my intention also, but I had no ideia how to start building such a command. I'll accept the answer. Another question that arose is if \DeclareRobustCommand could be replaced by \newcommand. Ty
Dec
22
revised Commands to help indexing
Clarify point 3
Dec
19
revised Commands to help indexing
added 146 characters in body
Dec
19
asked Commands to help indexing
Nov
14
accepted subscripts with capital Letter adjusting [or etiquette]
Nov
14
awarded  Yearling
Nov
13
revised subscripts with capital Letter adjusting [or etiquette]
added 8 characters in body
Nov
13
revised subscripts with capital Letter adjusting [or etiquette]
review
Nov
13
asked subscripts with capital Letter adjusting [or etiquette]
Nov
13
comment how to write a multi-row equation with a lot of material in each row
I know it is not a recommended for scientific or official publications but is still an option... The pdf continue printable. Sometimes I prefer to flip a monoghraph rather than see data split in multiple lines.
Nov
11
answered how to write a multi-row equation with a lot of material in each row
Nov
11
comment how to write a multi-row equation with a lot of material in each row
you need to use array... than you will be able to split the equation in multiple lines.
Nov
11
accepted tikz arc with arrow
Nov
6
comment tikz arc with arrow
yup, that was the problem. Thanks for the help, it is now working ok.
Nov
6
asked tikz arc with arrow
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
31
comment \input problem 'missing $' 'extra }'
I don't know why, but in my experience, spaces and accents are not welcome on the names of directories and file names used by latex compiler... I suggest you to manage your project on E:/myTCC/ . E Boa Sorte!! :)
May
31
comment List all bibliography entries but one
yes, 2. would be something like @cslstr proposed, but with cite package. I'd always prefer to mention explicity which author should appear on bibliography rather than include all of them with \nocite, specially if you have many entries in the .bib file. I use to use the same .bib file for almost all my documents (excluding those that I submit for publications) and \nocite seems to me a awful choice (remembering also that include on bibliography references you didn't cite in the text is nothing scientific).
May
30
revised List all bibliography entries but one
added 7 characters in body