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answered makeindex and restricted \write18
Aug
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answered Long list of tabular figures inside minipage goes off page
Aug
28
comment Long list of tabular figures inside minipage goes off page
Welcome to TeX.SX! A figure environment will never be split across pages.
Aug
28
comment Changing titles of chapters and parts from onehalfspaced to single spaced
I tried adding a bibliography, but I notice nothing strange. Please, try producing a minimal example and open a new question.
Aug
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comment Changing titles of chapters and parts from onehalfspaced to single spaced
@Faergen Without any clue it's difficult to say something.
Aug
28
comment Argument in “thebibliography”
@barbarabeeton I fully agree.
Aug
28
comment move \footnoterule to right
The footnote rule is added during shipout. Using \moveright in the document makes no sense for this.
Aug
28
answered Draw tilted arrow on a diagram using overpic
Aug
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comment Draw tilted arrow on a diagram using overpic
The argument to \vector should be a pair of integers; with \usepackage{pict2e} the restriction is removed.
Aug
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answered Changing titles of chapters and parts from onehalfspaced to single spaced
Aug
28
comment How can I get fontspec to use non-system font variants intelligently?
The Kerkis OpenType font family has Kerkis.otf, Kerkisitalics.otf, Kerkisbold.otf and Kerkisbolditalics.otf. Linux Libertine has LinLibertine_R.otf, LinLibertine_RI.otf, LinLibertine_RB.otf and LinLibertine_RBI.otf. Other font families have even different name schemes; which ones should fontspec test?
Aug
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comment Subsection label appearing within text
@BCnrd Sorry, but I get nothing strange, in particular no duplication. I'd say that \newtheorem{thm}[section]{Theorem} is wrong, unless you want to step the section number for each theorem
Aug
28
comment Wrap word in table cell
>{\hspace{0pt}}X for the second column should avoid the need of specifying it explicitly in the cell.
Aug
28
answered Argument in “thebibliography”
Aug
28
comment Getting bold digits with XeLaTeX and mathspec
@adma I don't know what to say; I added an example with full font declarations (using a font that's not in TeX Live) with which I get no warning.
Aug
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revised Getting bold digits with XeLaTeX and mathspec
Full example
Aug
28
comment Argument in “thebibliography”
@boaten Why should you? With five items and 9 as argument, the numbers will be flush to the left margin, with 99 they wouldn't.
Aug
28
comment Sorting by author last name
Either author="<names>" or author={<names>}; the braces around the author names are the problem.
Aug
28
comment Argument in “thebibliography”
If you use numeric labels and have less than 10 items, the argument should be a one digit number, usually 9; if between 10 and 99 items, use 99 and so on.
Aug
28
answered why is this equation not left aligned?