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answered Align equal signs too much spacing in cases
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comment Alternative theorem numbering separator
This method will give you theorem numbering of the form n.m-num, not n-m-num.
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answered Alternative theorem numbering separator
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comment How to lower subscript level, using macro or package or some global setting
Somewhat kludgy, but surprisingly effective: insert empty superscript items in all formulas that also feature subscripts. E.g., instead of $\{x_{N-1},x_n,x_1\}$, write $\{x^{}_{N-1},x^{}_n,x^{}_1\}$.
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comment While using text form in proof,how to use in same alignment in latex
@MartinSchröder - Well, I'm not sure if I really understood the question... Anyway, I edited it to replace the \intertext macros with \text. :-)
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revised While using text form in proof,how to use in same alignment in latex
edited code to (hopefully) make query's purpose clear(er)
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reviewed Leave Open While using text form in proof,how to use in same alignment in latex
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answered While using text form in proof,how to use in same alignment in latex
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revised While using text form in proof,how to use in same alignment in latex
indented lines of code by four spaces (clicked on "{}" button)
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answered How to write in proper format of this equation
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reviewed Approve How to write in proper format of this equation
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comment Lualatex from texlive 2016 is not seen by microtype
Welcome to TeX.SE. Note that the message you're getting is, strictly speaking, a warning message and not an error message. FWIW, I'm running TeXlive2016-pretest as well, and I obtain the same warning message that you do.
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comment The use of \mathscr in beamer
@L.G.A.G. - There's no realistic way to help you unless you post an MWE. Please also state which TeX distribution you use.
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comment The use of \mathscr in beamer
@L.G.A.G. - Please re-read my earlier comment: If I add \begin{document} \begin{frame} $\mathscr{A}$ \end{frame} \end{document} to your preamble, I get a perfectly formed script-A character. Upshot: Please edit your posting to feature code that generates the problem behavior you say you're getting. Without such a code block, it's going to be well-nigh impossible to diagnose the situation, let alone find a remedy.
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comment The use of \mathscr in beamer
By the way, there's no defensible reason for loading the latexsym package in a beamer document.
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comment The use of \mathscr in beamer
If I add \begin{document} \begin{frame} $\mathscr{A}$ \end{frame} \end{document} to your list of package-loading instructions, I still don't encounter any problems.
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comment The use of \mathscr in beamer
Please clarify what you mean by "it doesn't work". For sure, \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \begin{document} \begin{frame} $\mathscr{A}$ \end{frame} \end{document} works fine, on a MacBookPro running MacTeX2015.
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comment Can you feel the ink on your paper?
Please clarify the connection of your posting to TeX and friends.
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comment Unicode-math upright symbols
The "List of sym­bols de­fined by the [unicode-math] pack­age" provided on the package's website is indeed the same document as the user guide of the unimath-symbols package. :-) I'd say that \m is a generic prefix for math-symbols; the following variant glyphs of \alpha are defined: \mupalpha, \mitalpha, \mbfalpha, \mbfitalpha, \mbfsansalpha, and `\mbfitsansalpha. However, not all math fonts provide all of these glyph variants. The various TeX formats (Plain, LaTeX, etc) may provide additional macros that point directly to these glyphs.
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comment Unicode-math upright symbols
I can't find a reference to either \upalpha or \mupalpha in the user guide of the unicode-math package. In contrast, \mupalpha is mentioned in the user guide of the unimath-symbols package. Is that maybe the package you're thinking of?