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reviewed No Action Needed Arrange long multiple equations with texts between them
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reviewed Reviewed Error in reading csv file
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comment Error in reading csv file
Welcome to TeX.SX! There are several ways to import data from a CSV file; please, supply some more information.
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comment Listings not showing in \lstlistoflistings
If I uncomment the calls to vub (which I don't have) and remove all the \input commands using just the \lstinputlisting instruction as text, I get the list of listings.
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answered Formatting a thesis summary chapter
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comment Supply rails in circuitikz
Can you add a minimal example of the code used for the image? Possibly reflecting also the label will do (double reflection = identity).
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comment Listings not showing in \lstlistoflistings
Please make a minimal compilable example. In my experiment, the list of listings is produced.
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answered Enumitem \SetEnumitemKey and conflict between multiple key before and after
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comment Put answer as an optional argument for multiple choice
@FahimAbdullah That's because you're using \hfill between items, not fixed alignment points, so only the spaces between items are equal and different sizes of the items will make them not aligned with other lists of answers. I wouldn't care: as you said, you have to look at them only below the question and “global” alignment is unimportant.
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revised How to write multiple lines of text in a box created using \framebox in LaTex
Code markup
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answered Declaring array of integers
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awarded  loops
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revised Control sequence with arbitrary number of parameters
Fixed syntax
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comment Control sequence with arbitrary number of parameters
@WChargin You're right. I'll fix it.
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answered pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
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comment pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
Note that your usage of \providecommand is wrong. Moreover \Authors will expand to \DTLbibfield{Author}, which is certainly not a comma separated list. You have to use \DTLbibfieldlet\Authors{Author}, instead of \providecommand{\Authors}{\DTLbibfield{Author}}
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comment Center a title when left and right margins are not the same
Please, make a minimal working example (MWE)
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answered Pre-expansion of moving macro argument
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comment Center a title when left and right margins are not the same
@Babajaga It doesn't make much sense to center the title if the text block is shifted to the right.