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comment How can I solve the vertical alignment with a CH2 and a ring?
I'd prefer \renewcommand\printatom[1]{\sbox{0}{$\mathrm{#1}$}\dp0=0pt \box0 }. There's no point in using \ensuremath for something you know must be in math mode. And \sbox{0} is safer than \setbox0=\hbox
4h
comment index in chronological order with a predefined non-alphabetical index list
@laminin In the argument of \bibelindex (and hence also in \def\book@Rom (in the replacement text it is OK, provided \detokenize is used). Using \def\book@Röm is out of question.
4h
comment index in chronological order with a predefined non-alphabetical index list
@laminin DON'T use special characters in the abbreviations for the first argument. Moreover, mixing the two styles is a sure source of problems. I'm sorry if this solution forces you to change all indexing, but I see no other way.
4h
comment index in chronological order with a predefined non-alphabetical index list
@laminin Sorry, not possible. Or, at least, very fragile.
4h
comment Problem using a font from newtxmath
@cfr I don't support old versions of packages, in general. In this particular case, trying to go back to older versions is hopeless and it would be wasted time as soon as the package gets updated in the OP's system. Of course the best is simply to say \usepackage{newtxtext,newtxmath} and forget about mathptmx.
5h
comment Problem using a font from newtxmath
There is no OMX encoded font ntxex. The newtxmath package uses a different encoding for the math extension font called LMX.
7h
comment TeX Live Manager Update: Linux
Yes, confirmed.
9h
comment Writing a partial differential in the text
$\partial$ should do.
9h
comment thepage give wrong number
@touhami Not with \pageref, but the numbers can be compared with \getpagerefnumber from the package refcount, or with methods using zref. Maybe a new question is better, so you can explain the problem with more details.
9h
comment How to use more than 10 tab stops in \bmatrix?
The bmatrix environment indeed does \hspace{-\arraycolsep} on either ends (it's one of the reasons why the MaxMatrixCols counter is needed).
9h
comment Color RGB in LaTeX
\usepackage{xcolor} and then \definecolor{ultramarine}{RGB}{0,32,96}
9h
comment thepage give wrong number
@touhami Can you be more precise? You cannot know, when typesetting a paragraph, whether it will be split across pages.
9h
comment How to use more than 10 tab stops in \bmatrix?
If you want to emulate bmatrix, you should use \begin{array}{@{}*{11}{c}@{}}. The *{11}{c} is just a convenient way to avoid counting the number of c's; the important thing is @{} at the sides, to kill the automatically inserted padding.
9h
comment How to unify fonts in references in a thesis class?
You can try \usepackage[ttscale=0.8]{libertine}, that will scale down the monospaced font. Experiment to find the scale factor that suits you the best.
9h
comment thepage give wrong number
@touhami No, using \pageref is the only reliable method.
9h
comment TeX Live Manager Update: Linux
Yes; the Ubuntu provided tlmgr is in /usr/bin so you're asking for a different program, which knows the environment and will do everything in /usr/local/texlive/2014, not in the system provided TeX Live tree.
9h
comment /textwidth error “missing number treated as zero”
Welcome to TeX.SX! As David says, you need \textwidth, not /textwidth, everywhere.
10h
comment Enumeration on one line
@ZiloreMumba Go to miktex.org and install MiKTeX 2.9
11h
comment Enumeration on one line
@ZiloreMumba You may have an outdated version of enumitem; what TeX distribution are you using?
11h
comment How to make listings package break TeX code only after control sequences?
@Z.H. Line breaks in TeX code should be added manually. This also provides for better coding to begin with.