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Oct
4
revised Scale Figure with subfigure
streamlined some of the explanations
Oct
4
reviewed No Action Needed Package tgpagella and text figures
Oct
4
comment Compiling TeX to txt?
The reason some companies want you to upload your resume in plain-text format is that they want to be able to put the text through a lexical parser, e.g., to scan for keywords, but also to be able to detect plagiarism and other no-nos. They fully realize that plain-text and beautiful formatting are mutually incompatible. Just create a plain-text version of your cv -- save your tex file in .txt format and strip out all formatting-related instructions. Incidentally, do you really have equations in your resume? If so, you should really ask yourself what purpose they may serve in that document.
Oct
4
revised Scale Figure with subfigure
added 71 characters in body
Oct
4
answered Scale Figure with subfigure
Oct
4
comment Scale Figure with subfigure
Should the subfigures be placed siide-by-side or one above the other?
Oct
3
comment How to prepare table of content in the given format?
This looks like a table of contents done by MS Word. It's going to be a tough job to make LaTeX generate a table of contents that looks as bad as this one.
Oct
3
reviewed Close How to get rid of the page break after the sections?
Oct
3
reviewed Close add line number to the algorithm2e
Oct
3
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Oct
3
comment Can someone tell me what LaTeX typeface this is?
You're showing a screenshot of the code -- can you maybe scroll up a bit more and examine the contents of the preamble?
Oct
3
comment How to insert multi-row and multi-column table in a same table in latex
Welcome to TeX.SE. Please show us what you've tried so far. And, do tell us about important document-related details such as the document class you'll be using, the width and height of the text block, and the text font that should be used.
Oct
3
revised model5-names.bst from elsarticle.cls gives “&” in text citation when \citet{} is used instead of “and”
added 155 characters in body
Oct
3
revised model5-names.bst from elsarticle.cls gives “&” in text citation when \citet{} is used instead of “and”
changed the code so that the modification applies to the function "format.full.names"
Oct
3
answered model5-names.bst from elsarticle.cls gives “&” in text citation when \citet{} is used instead of “and”
Oct
3
reviewed No Action Needed Changing entry's font in a one of two indexes only
Oct
3
reviewed No Action Needed Simulate handwriting with LaTeX
Oct
3
reviewed Close \smile underneath the exponent
Oct
3
comment model5-names.bst from elsarticle.cls gives “&” in text citation when \citet{} is used instead of “and”
Given your earlier questions on this site, you clearly need a fully APA6-compliant bibliography style -- and model5-names is not such a style. Question: Why don't you simply use the apa6 package and the apa6 bibliography style and be done with it? Why, instead, try to "fix up" a bibliography style that was probably never meant to be complaint with APA bibliography style requirements?
Oct
3
comment TexShop problem after OSX upgrade
Which version of MacTeX do you have?