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Jun
11
answered Formatting of coordinates?
Jun
10
revised How do I create an indentation in the first line of every paragraph?
fixed typos
Jun
10
answered How do I create an indentation in the first line of every paragraph?
Jun
7
revised Glossary of TeX and LaTeX terms
added semantic markup
Jun
5
revised Acute/grave accents: upper case versus low case
fixed formatting
Jun
5
revised Glossary of TeX and LaTeX terms
added 7 characters in body
Jun
5
revised Glossary of TeX and LaTeX terms
added 95 characters in body
Jun
4
comment Floating TikZ picture within text in mdframed
But I guess a floating {figure} with an {mdframed} environment won’t work …
Jun
2
comment Opposite of the command \hfill
Your welcome. Maybe you’d like to add a few word’s about \raggedright/\raggedleft?!
Jun
2
revised Opposite of the command \hfill
inserted missing s
Jun
2
comment Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends
I added a link to your thumb index question. Since the code is a “community coolaborative work” you may like to add some more links for further reading and to point the reader to more details about some code snippets.
Jun
2
revised Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends
added link to thumb index question
Jun
2
comment Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends
Really nice! Maybe you can upload a few pages as a PDF so one can zoom and see the details …
May
30
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May
30
awarded  Nice Answer
May
30
revised how to enforce correct hyphenation of “(near-)uniform” as “(near-)” + “uniform” instead of “(near-” + “)uniform”?
mad the second example easier
May
30
comment how to enforce correct hyphenation of “(near-)uniform” as “(near-)” + “uniform” instead of “(near-” + “)uniform”?
@egreg: Indeed, it is. Thanks :-)
May
30
comment how to enforce correct hyphenation of “(near-)uniform” as “(near-)” + “uniform” instead of “(near-” + “)uniform”?
In german we differentiate between Bindestrich (hyphen to combine words, as in your dog example) and Trennstrich (hyphen to separate syllables at the end of a line). An for that I translated the first on with dash and only the second one with hyphen.
May
30
revised how to enforce correct hyphenation of “(near-)uniform” as “(near-)” + “uniform” instead of “(near-” + “)uniform”?
dash -> hyphen
May
30
comment how to enforce correct hyphenation of “(near-)uniform” as “(near-)” + “uniform” instead of “(near-” + “)uniform”?
@tohecz: OK. That makes sense, I’m no native speaker O:-)