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Oct
11
comment Alternative to IEEEeqnarray
Welcome to TeX.SE. I'd use align, or alignedat (and the starred variants), or array. Those can do everything mentioned above. An excellent reference for math mode is Herbert Voss' comprehensive review of mathematics in (La)TeX.
Oct
11
revised Possible CSS type features?
added Further Enhancements section
Oct
11
revised Possible CSS type features?
prevent bad things form happening as per David Carlisle's comment
Oct
11
answered Possible CSS type features?
Oct
11
answered Possible CSS type features?
Oct
11
comment mhchem for titles
It would be helpful if you composed a fully compilable MWE including \documentclass and the appropriate packages that sets up the problem. While solving problems is fun, setting them up is not. Then those trying to help can simply cut and paste your MWE and get started on solving problem.
Oct
11
comment Is there a symbol for “hand-wave”?
Welcome to TeX.SE.
Oct
11
comment Combine two \tikzmark solutions
@egreg: \num seems to have an issue if there is a \tikzmark in the number itself. Probably fixable with some expansion related magic.
Oct
11
comment TikZ: Draw the smallest rectangle containing given points with sides parallel to coordinate axes
+1: Nice. Wondering if there is a way to automate the inner fit -- I thought simply figuring out the size of the node would be enough, but then realized that knowing that would not be sufficient easy, as you don't know which way to tweak the point.
Oct
11
comment Text running through table cell after forced linebreak
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Oct
11
answered TikZ: text along path as node
Oct
11
comment TikZ: text along path as node
\draw (nodeA) -- (nodeB) node [midway, above, sloped] (TextNode) {path text}; does the trick if you don't want the text along a curved path. Now you have the TextNode to reference it, so \draw [->] (nodeC) -- (TextNode) give you an arrow pointing towards the text.
Oct
11
comment mindmap problem
Perhaps you are running an old version. Debian comes with 2009 release I think, so if that is the case upgrade to the 2012 release (I'd recommend TeXLive 2012) and see if the problem persists. It would also help if you provided details as to what exactly is the strange behavior.
Oct
11
comment Automation: static array for the sieve of Eratosthenes
@DavidCarlisle: :-) The tikz answer is just much faster, even if it is more characters.
Oct
11
answered Automation: static array for the sieve of Eratosthenes
Oct
11
comment Automation: static array for the sieve of Eratosthenes
In my answer to Sieve of Eratosthenes in tikz I provide methods to print grids of numbers. If you don't want the algorithm executed you can just disable that. Basically you just need to execute the call to DrawGridWithNumbers
Oct
11
comment ytick pos=right doesn't work
Welcome to TeX.SE. There is probably some issu the the version of the packages you are using. Add \listfiles before \begin{document} and add the output from that to your question so we can compare. You should also upload an image of the result you get. Also, what version are you using? Have you updated your packages lately?
Oct
11
reviewed Approve Overlay specification that is active on show and 2 more slides
Oct
11
revised Combine two \tikzmark solutions
corrected use of comman, and added typographically better version
Oct
11
comment On how double precision numbers are encoded in a pdf file
What is 1Mo? Keep in mind that file sizes on computers are not continuous, they are usually in 4k chunks to optimize disk performance. So, if you are seeing size differences in the .tex (whcih are just plain text files) with such small changes then it is probably because you crossed this quantized amount.