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answered Labelling confusion in expl3: (public, private) Vs (global, local)
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comment Center tabular env around middle column?
Easier and safer: \usepackage{array,collcell} \newcommand{\zeroright}[1]{\makebox[0pt][r]{#1}} \newcommand{\zeroleft}[1]{\makebox[0pt][l]{#1}} \newcolumntype{A}{>{\collectcell\zeroright}c<{\endcollectcell}} \newcolumntype{B}{>{\collectcell\zeroleft}c<{\endcollectcell}}
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revised Count number of elements in predefined list
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answered Count number of elements in predefined list
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comment adjusting line spacing of line numbers within description list
The numbers you get in that format are just for approximately pointing to a line, they aren't supposed to be “real” line numbers. For proof reading they are more than sufficient.
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comment Search and Replace in tex file
Could you make some examples of file names you have and want replaced, along with some that you don't want replaced?
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reviewed Reviewed Reflected radical symbol — help with indices?
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comment Reflected radical symbol — help with indices?
Welcome to TeX.SX! While this may be an interesting problem on the TeX side, I strongly disagree with the proposed notation, because logarithms are inherently distinct from roots.
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reviewed Close Writing up solutions to a book in LaTeX
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reviewed Close Track Changes with Footnotes
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reviewed Close How do I include the article number in my bibliography?
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revised Margin issues with text after quotation and in overall
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answered Margin issues with text after quotation and in overall
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comment Margin issues with text after quotation and in overall
\quotation is not a command with argument; you should use \begin{quotation}<text>\end{quotation}
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comment How to get rid of the extra spacing before figures?
Just don't use the [H] position specifier for \begin{figure}.
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comment Latex algorithm else if
There's no nested if, so what would be the reason for having “else if”?
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comment Display character % with minted
Writing \minted{...} is wrong to begin with.
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comment Making a thick vertical line in a table
@Thruston Yes, @{} suppresses the space at either end; the *{4}{<cols>} means “repeat four times the columns specifier <cols>”, in this case a numeric column with numbers having two digits in the integral part and one digit in the fractional part.
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comment Making a thick vertical line in a table
@Adelyn I don't know the unit of measure for the thickness; just experiment. The rules generally belong to the preceding column, except for the leading ones that of course belong to the first column.