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May
20
reviewed No Action Needed Lyx to Word Export issue
May
16
comment Incorrect position of figure
If you don't want it to float, don't put it in a floating environment (like figure).
May
12
comment Latex on your website
@lota Yes they use mathjax and I think that's it. They apparently don't use anything to typeset chemistry, just use the math stuff. If I saw it correctly.
May
12
revised Latex on your website
removed wrong tag
May
12
comment Latex on your website
For mathematical expressions you can use mathjax. Chemical expressions aren't supported AFAIK.
Apr
25
reviewed Approve Table appears to be incomplete in latex pdf generated
Apr
22
awarded  Yearling
Mar
19
awarded  Curious
Mar
16
reviewed Approve Change the font size in ToC
Mar
14
comment Should the Roaming directory for MikTex be removed?
No, probably MiKTeX itself installed it on the fly. You can change that behaviour in its settings.
Mar
3
comment Included pdf documents in latex are “twosided” but the overall document is “onesided”, how can I change this?
Yes include the pdf but don't use \include{command} and \include{hyphenations}. Include in the preamble is always a bad idea (and wrong).
Mar
3
comment Included pdf documents in latex are “twosided” but the overall document is “onesided”, how can I change this?
So the pdf you want to include is in two-sided format? Do you have the source of the pdf you want to include? Also don't use include in your preamble! Only input.
Mar
3
reviewed Approve Included pdf documents in latex are “twosided” but the overall document is “onesided”, how can I change this?
Mar
2
comment State-of-the-art presentation package in LaTeX (as of 2015)?
@TroyWoo I used both packages without any problems, other than a slightly longer time to load the frame. Of course you have to pick a viewer which supports the added media elements.
Mar
2
comment State-of-the-art presentation package in LaTeX (as of 2015)?
Best choice is IMHO still beamer.
Mar
1
comment Selectively turn off varioref labelformats
Why don't you just use cleveref with varioref to do those things automatically?
Feb
28
comment Unwanted behavior of Chinese punctuation mark getting incorporated into the URL right before it
@GaoWeiwei No, the url package only handles the typesetting (typewriter-font and linebreaks), not the linking. If you want to typeset # you need to escape it: \#
Feb
27
comment Labeling in Mathematica to match the font size same as in LaTeX
You can open the pdf-file in Inkscape and export it as PDF+LaTeX, which replaces the text with LaTeX-Text, so you automatically get the same fonts in your document.
Feb
27
comment Unwanted behavior of Chinese punctuation mark getting incorporated into the URL right before it
Without the hyperref package it isn't really a link. Depending on your viewer it might try to automatically find links, with different correctness. So if you don't want to include it is a real link, it is really a viewer problem. Also if it is linked or not and what part of it will depend heavily on the viewer used.
Feb
24
comment latex \usepackage{graphicx}
Please add it in your original post, and make it compilable. Also mark it as code (indent the code by 4 spaces).