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Nov
24
comment How to draw the intersection of two surfaces using Asymptote?
Actually, finding the intersection of two surfaces is easier if one of them is implicitly defined, since you can use the contour module. See my code for surfacepaths.asy in tex.stackexchange.com/a/159365/484
Nov
24
comment Drawing a rectangle
Try using something like \fbox{\phantom{This is how big an answer would be.}} en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Boxes#framebox
Nov
11
comment Labels in 3D mode don't work in Asymptote
There's also a recent notification of exactly this problem (with the same solution) on the official website.
Oct
24
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Oct
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Oct
17
comment Inserting graphics into asymptote or pgfplots
@alfC: You are, of course, correct. Unfortunately I cannot edit my comment at theis point.
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Aug
21
comment Draw molecule structure with torsion angles in TikZ
See also the answers to this question and this.
Aug
14
comment drawing 2-D coordinates with 2 simple line in it
Perhaps you should consider using the image you just posted. It will have some drawbacks compared to an image drawn with e.g. TikZ, but it will undoubtedly be the fastest solution if time is of the essence.
Aug
9
reviewed Reject Latex longtable misalignment after pagebreak
Aug
9
reviewed Approve Hyphenation not working in cover letter template
Aug
9
revised Lisp relics in LaTeXe logo
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Aug
4
revised Am I able to intersect curves after rotating?
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Aug
4
revised What is the most bizarre thing you have seen done with TeX
spelling of a critical word
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4
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Jul
31
comment Changing the behavior of $$ but not of $
Note: In my previous comment, I wrote \equation when I meant eqnarray; in particular, I did not mean to imply that the equation environment is somehow flawed.
Jul
31
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Jul
30
comment Changing the behavior of $$ but not of $
@David Carlisle: It has to do with grouping; \equation, etc. works (as much as it ever does), as does {$$ ... $$}. (There's an \aftergroup inside an \everydisplay.)
Jul
30
comment Changing the behavior of $$ but not of $
Students trying to typeset their theses with minimal effort may not read the documentation.