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Apr
11
comment Different format for fonttitle and counter in tcolorbox
@ThomasF.Sturm That was I hoped. Thanks for your work on this awesome package.
Apr
11
comment aligned environment, align numbers to right
@HarishKumar The difference, as you know, is that aligned adds a padding between rl groups of columns, while alignedat doesn't; \begin{alignedat}{2} would be sufficient, the argument is the number of rl column groups.
Apr
11
comment right bind when using align
@daleif I agree, but it depends on the expressions which we don't know the content of.
Apr
11
comment aligned environment, align numbers to right
alignedat would be better
Apr
11
answered right bind when using align
Apr
11
comment right bind when using align
Probably the multlined environment of mathtools can help.
Apr
11
answered Insert Spaces in Command Using Math Mode
Apr
11
answered Nested indentation with xparse
Apr
10
answered Headers of ToC and fancyhdr
Apr
10
revised Fatal error, "Can't write on file 'test.pdf'
Removed confusing **
Apr
10
reviewed Leave Closed “LaTeX does not work well for people who have sold their souls”?
Apr
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
10
comment Difference between Typeset Superscript vs. Unicode Symbol for Superscript
They use a different font; the ² is taken from the standard font, ^{2} is from the font at superscript size (for instance 7pt if the main font size is 10pt). It's better to make your intention clear and, in math, to use ^{2}.
Apr
10
answered Different format for fonttitle and counter in tcolorbox
Apr
10
comment Different format for fonttitle and counter in tcolorbox
Sorry, but what's the meaning of writing black on black?
Apr
10
comment \hyphenation does not work
You shouldn't be using " for the quotes, but rather `` and '' (opening and closing). Consult the documentation of German babel for more about quotes.
Apr
10
answered How to include the part name in the header of classicthesis scrreprt?
Apr
10
awarded  Reviewer
Apr
10
comment FancyVerb Error when using minted in a \ifthenelse
@IngoDellwig Well, no: just \newif\ifprintCode is sufficient. But the interface is cleaner.
Apr
10
comment FancyVerb Error when using minted in a \ifthenelse
@Jubobs Your answer is a good alternative when the code is in external files, which it frequently is: you can define a \perhapsinputminted command that takes as argument just the file name.