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answered Add something to the driver section inside the package code using \OnlyDescription
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comment guess a number proportional to another
please tell us if you want to use that formula only or others too. (and what is X ?)
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revised Numbering in TOC does not work with Hebrew numerals
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comment Numbering in TOC does not work with Hebrew numerals
I have my doubts about the \hebrewnumber as above. In the false case, \number#1% indicates that the macro should only be used only with \count registers. In the context of this question the \if@hebrew@numerals is \iftrue thus no problem. But if #1 is a sequence of explicit digit tokens, then there could be some impact on external material (if more digits follow, some later space will disappear).
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answered Numbering in TOC does not work with Hebrew numerals
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comment Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
and there is also an amsmath bug with the multline environment, which manifests itself as in your MWE, although it does not have the same cause (being present without hyperref). See my answer for proposed patches.
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revised Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
added patch for \multine issue, completely unrelated to hyperref.
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revised Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
added patch for \multine issue, completely unrelated to hyperref.
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comment Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
@egreg See edited answer for \multline problem.
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revised Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
added patch for \multine issue, completely unrelated to hyperref.
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comment Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
@egreg The multline similar issue is unrelated to hyperref. This is a pure amsmath problem.
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comment Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
good catch, it appears you have found an hyperref bug.
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comment Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
@egreg The reason I was into making the hyperlink of type mathopen is because this is what hyperref.sty does with its non-amsmath redefinition of \equation. However it is indeed simpler to put \mathopen{} after it. The box of zero width and height inserted by hyperref being of type ord.
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comment Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
@egreg Perhaps, but I wasn't into adventuring into other modifications; could not exclude the hyperref authors had their reasons. I have modified the proposed patch, adding the \mathopen{} after the conditional.
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revised Incorrect spacing after minus sign with combination of amsmath and hyperref
added alternative patch