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answered Composite function set diagram
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comment Superscript \star:
Welcome to TeX.SE. It would be helpful if you composed a fully compilable MWE including \documentclass and the appropriate packages that reproduces the problem. While solving problems can be fun, setting them up is not. Then, those trying to help can simply cut and paste your MWE and get started on solving the problem. Especially in this case as I am not able to reproduce the problem: $x^\star$ seems to work fine for me, so it is difficult to help you without a MWE.
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reviewed Approve Extending/modifying commands from cool package
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comment Centering a enumerate list label
@Exdata: This really is not what lists are intended for thus I think it'll be difficult to find such an example in the documentation. But you could search the enumitem documentation for \SetLabelAlign where there is a related example without the second hss and meaning of labelwidth.
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comment What is the best symbol to use for the d'Alembertian?
Related Question: Typeset d'Alembertian operator.
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comment How to wrap lines in a bulleted list correctly
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revised Centering a enumerate list label
improvement section
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comment Summary of TeX Capacity Limits
My experiments seem to indicate that passing "stuff" straight to indexing is making things worse. I think it is because the entire index needs to be read in so that sorting can take place and that runs into issues earlier.
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answered Centering a enumerate list label
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answered How to conditionally load `tikz` and draw a TikZ diagram when `preview` is not loaded
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revised Summary of TeX Capacity Limits
examples of other variables
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comment Summary of TeX Capacity Limits
@DavidCarlisle: So can I use those to increase words of memory beyond 12435455?
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comment Summary of TeX Capacity Limits
Yes you are correct, I am replacing a string that is used in macro definitions many times with a macro. So the numerous definitions such as \newcommand{\foo}{some long path/XX} was modified to use \Path defined by \def\Path{some long path}. Sorry for not clarifying this earlier, but I didn't know that it mattered. Since \foo may be used 5-10 times I thought it better to define a macro. If I understood your comments correctly, perhaps I should skip defining \foo and \Path and just pass some long path/XX to every invocation of \index?
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revised Summary of TeX Capacity Limits
clarify which texmf.cnf I am referring to
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comment Summary of TeX Capacity Limits
@DavidCarlisle: But the question is what is extra_mem_top and extra_mem_bot? It isn't obvious to me. What is the difference between these extra memory versus the main_memory. What are the maximum values I can set these two. What will increasing these allow me to do?
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comment Summary of TeX Capacity Limits
Also, I don't see where in the absolute MAX settings of these variables are defined in the texmf.cnf.
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revised Summary of TeX Capacity Limits
reformatting to clarify question