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comment Error “Please insert PRERENDERUNICODE”
@naught101 If so, this warrants a new question.
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revised Embed nicely formatted \listfiles into document
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answered Embed nicely formatted \listfiles into document
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reviewed Reviewed Table floats outside subsection, placeins not working
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comment Table floats outside subsection, placeins not working
Welcome to TeX.SX! Can you supplement the code with a full example? Please, also add a reference for the code you have now.
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revised Table floats outside subsection, placeins not working
Code markup
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comment Ignore Greek letters using `\mathcal`
I don't think you should mix latin calligraphic letters with Greek ones: your readers won't understand.
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revised How to make an oplus in mhchem
Code markup
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comment Ignore Greek letters using `\mathcal`
It's not really clear what's preventing you from typing \Omega instead of \set{\Omega}.
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comment \newtheorem just number, no name
Can you add the code that defines the present result?
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comment Error “Please insert PRERENDERUNICODE”
@naught101 Then don't use the second option and go with the first.
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revised Programming code listing: enumeration and left margin
Add the rule
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comment Where and why does (LuaLa)TeX scale down the requested base font size?
@Mico I'm not saying that this way is optimal; it was a good compromise at the times it was devised.
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comment Where and why does (LuaLa)TeX scale down the requested base font size?
@Mico It's easier to scale a font by multiplying all relevant parameters by a fixed factor. In the original setup (when fonts were only bitmapped and better printing resolution could be obtained by scaling down a magnified output), having fonts available in a geometric series was the easiest way. By the way, the geometric series with ratio 1.2 covers 10, 12, 14.4 (almost 14), 17.28 (almost 17) which were very common font size among printing shops.
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answered Mac Tex can't find a package even though textlive says it is installed
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answered Hyperref adds horizontal space to custom equation reference
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comment Hyperref adds horizontal space to custom equation reference
\newcommand{\determineSection}{%
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comment How to define a global variable and use it's value anywhere?
Related: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/106174/makeatletter-explained and tex.stackexchange.com/questions/8351/…
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comment What's wrong in the \tensor command?
@Rmano A choice had to be made, because \mathbf (and similar) was not backward compatible and rendered incorrectly multiletter identifiers. A good rule is never using \mathbf directly in a document, but hide it in a macro: \newcommand{\vector}[1]{\mathbf{#1}. If you had this, upgrading to the new unicode-math setup would just need changing one \mathbf into \symbf. But I'm often using \mathbf in the document myself ;-)( in shorter ones).
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comment What's wrong in the \tensor command?
@Rmano That was exactly the problem: \mathbf was not backward compatible. And \mathit behaved in a very silly way.