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Sep
25
comment How to reduce the gaps between words in a reference entry
To me, the obvious thing to do is to typeset the bibliography ragged right instead of justified. Try inserting \raggedright at the appropriate point.
Aug
29
comment Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment
I think you missed a \end{lrbox} in your code, but otherwise it works. Thanks!
Aug
29
comment Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment
I think your solution with lrbox seems most reasonable. Do you think it could be packaged into a new environment?
Aug
29
comment Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment
I like your idea with \hspace! It works well enough for my use case. As for blank lines, I have not left any, but perhaps mathtools has...
Aug
29
comment Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment
@egreg I replaced it with a real world example. Note the asymmetrical vertical spacing for the second diagram compared to the third diagram; adding \vskip -1em after \begin{adjustwidth} makes things look better.
Jul
18
comment What is the right way to input prime with Unicode-math (LuaTeX backend)
Sorry to bring up an old topic, but it seems that the bug is still around. What's the recommended workaround?
Apr
4
comment Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
I see! Thanks for the tremendous effort! I've hacked together something for scaling by modifying \DeclareFontShape.
Apr
4
comment Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
Wonderful! Is there a way to adjust the scaling as well, à la the Scale option in fontspec?
Nov
26
comment Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
I'm glad you found it useful! If you find any points that could be improved, please let me know.
Apr
29
comment `\hfill`-like spacing in math mode without using `align`
Your solution seems to meet the requirements, thanks! But I'm all the more puzzled: isn't \hfill also internally implemented as a kind of \hskip?
Apr
29
comment `\hfill`-like spacing in math mode without using `align`
The tikzpicture environment (and by extension tikzcd) is, for some strange reason, typeset inline. I always enclose it in \[ ... \] to make sure it is displayed like other bits of maths.
Apr
18
comment Typesetting Quine quotes
This works in unicode-math, though the results are ugly. Thanks for the suggestion!
Apr
18
comment Typesetting Quine quotes
Actually, I'm using unicode-math, so MnSymbol is not even an option for me.
Apr
13
comment Indent Theorem like \hangindent, but for multiple paragraphs
It's perhaps worth mentioning that the last three characters in \thmt@original@endthm should also be replaced with the environment name, to prevent problems with “too much nesting”...
Aug
5
comment Is there a way to use unicode-math in a limited fashion?
I suspected as much. Oh well. Hopefully there will be more unicode-math fonts to choose from in the future!
Jul
10
comment Left-middle-right delimiters and unicode-math
I'm pleased to say that this problem seems to be gone in TeX Live 2012 for both XeTeX and LuaTeX. Thanks!
May
2
comment Remapping fonts in unicode-math has no effect on e.g. `\mscrC`
Hmmm, but the documentation seems to suggest that the remapping is on the level of character codes, rather than commands. In fact, when I tried to remap a Unicode range instead of \mathscr I had the same problem. But remapping \mscrC directly seems to work, thanks!
Apr
19
comment Left-middle-right delimiters and unicode-math
Ah, interesting. Is there a way to force unicode-math to always use composited delimiters? That should solve the problem, I think...
Feb
4
comment BibTeX style that groups by author
@lockstep: Thanks for the code! However, there's a minor bug: if an entry doesn't have a date/year (for whatever reason), then no line break will be inserted. If I insert a \newline before each instance of \setunit{\authoryearpunct} instead of inserting a newline in \authoryearpunct itself things seem to work better.
Jul
18
comment Using `mathbb` fonts from other packages
Thank you for your edit. However, this seems very cumbersome. Isn't there a way to do the reverse and use unicode-math only for, say, \mathbb, and mathspec for the rest?