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comment Why the issue number is missing in reference?
@WangyanLi You can't without editing the .bst file.
Feb
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comment \textsubscript undefined in Beamer?
You need fixltx2e for \textsubscript.
Feb
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comment `include` (and `input`) with part of a file name
In \include you must skip the extension! But TeX uses the normal filesystem utilities for finding files and with them you can't just give a part of the name. In the shell you can TAB for completion, but it's not the same thing.
Feb
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comment Why the issue number is missing in reference?
@Mico It has already been fixed.
Feb
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answered Why the issue number is missing in reference?
Feb
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comment Why the issue number is missing in reference?
Did you try with \bibliographystyle{IEEEtran}, which is the official style from IEEE?
Feb
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comment error on adding item list in sidecaption using memoir
@daleif In minipage LaTeX sets \@minipagetrue which has some consequences on lists.
Feb
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comment error on adding item list in sidecaption using memoir
@daleif With minipage the spacing is wrong.
Feb
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answered error on adding item list in sidecaption using memoir
Feb
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reviewed Close Wide figures to spill out into the outer, not inner, margin in double-sided documents
Feb
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comment Jump to the line texmaker is not working
Welcome to TeX.SX! Can you add some details about your operating system?
Feb
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comment A comma decimal separator that is bigger than a dot
This is essentially the same as the code in icomma.sty.
Feb
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comment How do I get the length of a type-set argument to a macro in latex3?
@user71833 It's better if you state your real problem.
Feb
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comment How do I get the length of a type-set argument to a macro in latex3?
Well, \neq uses two characters, should it count for one or two? Similarly, \notin is composed with two characters, but it's produced in a four pronged array. I'm afraid the problem is not even meaningful (not your fault, of course).
Feb
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comment Reliability of LaTeX hyphenation
@GiacomoAlessandroni US English hyphenation is much different from Italian (and from British English hyphenation either). Breaking after consonants is quite common.
Feb
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answered Reliability of LaTeX hyphenation
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comment Reliability of LaTeX hyphenation
The default hyphenations on those words are mon-i-tor-ing sub-se-quently pro-vi-sion-ally SmartRoad-Sense so you need nothing except for the “nonstandard word”. Can you show an example where monitoring (or another word in the list) is hyphenated incorrectly?
Feb
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revised Reliability of LaTeX hyphenation
Grammar
Feb
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comment Retrieve link caption of hidden label
@barto Done. ;-)