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22
comment biblatex - Manually replace dash with en dash in bibliography
@JosephWright I believe it's a conscious decision based on some Italian tradition. Perhaps Ivan could add an option for switching back to the en-dash.
Apr
22
revised Using prefix notation
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Apr
22
answered biblatex - Manually replace dash with en dash in bibliography
Apr
22
comment how to add a horizontal line before every section by controlling the style of section
@user15964 Added
Apr
22
revised how to add a horizontal line before every section by controlling the style of section
Alternative solution
Apr
22
comment how to add a horizontal line before every section by controlling the style of section
@user15964 I mean: in case of a page break, should the rule sit in the same page as the section title or at the bottom of the preceding page?
Apr
22
revised how to add a horizontal line before every section by controlling the style of section
Commented code
Apr
22
comment how to add a horizontal line before every section by controlling the style of section
@user15964 Where should the line go in case of a page break? That's the big problem.
Apr
22
comment Issue: string manipulation with links inside
@cfr The code just splits the input into pieces: the first letter is used for the lettrine, the rest of the first word together with the second word is typeset in small caps, what remains in italics. In wipet's answer there's no use of \lettrine (which of course does much more than that quick code).
Apr
22
answered how to add a horizontal line before every section by controlling the style of section
Apr
22
comment Where does the package fontspec look for OpenType fonts, especially FontAwesome.otf?
I changed fontenc to fontspec
Apr
22
revised Where does the package fontspec look for OpenType fonts, especially FontAwesome.otf?
Fontspec instead of fontenc
Apr
22
comment How can I typeset a command and its literal equivalent in an environment?
@macmadness86 Yes, precisely. Moreover, when a variable name is defined, it is good practice to end the name with _<type>, so _tl, _seq, _clist and so on.
Apr
22
revised Redefine command inside page header
Why does it work
Apr
22
comment Redefine command inside page header
@KonradRudolph Yes, exactly so.
Apr
22
answered Redefine command inside page header
Apr
22
revised Issue with overwritten abstract in two-column elsarticle
Typo in the title
Apr
22
comment No page break in framed
Give a look at tcolorbox
Apr
22
comment Full stop missing in MnSymbol - replacement renders brackets with cdots - Why?
I tried the proposed workaround and it seems to work, provided you remove the \setmathfont[range={"002E} ]{XITS Math} instruction.