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4h
comment Can my algorithm description be improved?
Be careful because the superscript to t becomes a subscript in the definition of theta, and it's not at all clear what \theta_{k-1} is.
5h
comment macros with multiple arguments in absence of some arguments
Why not \futurelet also in the first case?
6h
comment Two vertical aligned subfigures not lining up
It should be [!htp] or the figure might block all subsequent ones.
6h
comment Problem with line width in a list
@cfr No, sorry.
7h
comment Defining subfamilies for a font
@SubhamoySengupta No, you have to define themi
11h
comment Accuracy of distance measures in geometry
@Sverre Try measuring the text width and height, that should be 147mm and 236.4mm respectively. If you find 135.2mm and 217.5mm, then you know that your printer scales down the PDF at 92%.
11h
comment Problem with line width in a list
Welcome to TeX.SX! What do you mean by “don't allow many words"?
11h
comment Accuracy of distance measures in geometry
@Sverre Check your printer and the print settings: sometimes printer drivers assume that A4 paper doesn't fit on A4 paper (the one of Adobe Reader used to). I'll remove the answer if you think it doesn't help.
11h
comment How to print `n` arguments in a command?
Choose a duplicate by looking at tex.stackexchange.com/search?q=variable+number+arguments
11h
comment Accuracy of distance measures in geometry
You're measuring the wrong thing. The distance from the edge of the paper to the first baseline is exactly 25mm plus \topskip (unless the first line is unusually high).
11h
comment How to print `n` arguments in a command?
Please, make clearer what you want; in any case you can't specify an arbitrary number of arguments. Usually one solves it by giving as single argument a comma separated list.
11h
comment Exchange meaning of : and \colon
@user10324 Please, read carefully: =: is different from \eqqcolon
12h
comment autonum and cleveref conflict
If it's loaded before cleveref, then align and gather produce funny output. In the reverse order, multline doesn't get referenced. I'm inclined to think this means the two packages don't go along well together. ;-)
12h
comment autonum and cleveref conflict
Simply put, the two packages are not compatible.
12h
comment `:` is set to `\colon`, but the spacing is still wrong - part 2
See fixed code in my old answer. But I still think that exchanging the meanings of : and \colon is wrong.
14h
comment Referring to a label: how to change the name?
Welcome to TeX.SX! Contrary to what you say, you do want the number! Just change its representation to be alphabetic: \newtheorem{hyp}{Hyp} and \renewcommand{\thehyp}{\Alph{hyp}}. Now Hyp~\ref{Hyp_A} will do.
16h
comment Using setmonofont with Bera Sans Mono in Beamer produces garbled output
A minimal (non) working example?
17h
comment Increase word space between words in small caps
@Sverre I don't think so.
17h
comment Increase word space between words in small caps
@Sverre No, the space factor never enters into action because there's no punctuation. On the other hand, since Norwegian probably sets \frenchspacing, the space factor is completely irrelevant anyway.
18h
comment Increase word space between words in small caps
@Sverre I added a description