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answered Re: inserting a counter value that preceeds the counter environment in a latex document?
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comment chemical reactions: equilibrated reversible step symbol
You can use the chemformula package for reactions which let's you define new reaction arrows.
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comment Re: inserting a counter value that preceeds the counter environment in a latex document?
I can add an answer but not before Friday (if I don't forget it again)
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revised Print \newpage under certain conditions
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comment Set math mode as default for each item in list
@Manuel done :)
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answered Set math mode as default for each item in list
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comment Set math mode as default for each item in list
@Manuel this is now implemented in v0.11 of tasks (available on CTAN): \begin{tasks}[item-format=\ensuremath]
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comment Redefine a symbol with \newunicodechar and pdflatex
assuming you have the fontenc package loaded with an enoding other than OT1: \newunicodechar{›}{\ifhmode\unskip\,\fi\guilsinglright}
May
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comment Undefined control sequence with chemistry
@PetrosMourouzis then why are you loading chemformula at all?
May
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May
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answered How to write chemical formulas in the title field of .bib file?
May
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revised Print nice old drugstore bottle labels with LaTeX
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May
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revised tcolorbox manual tip box, how to clone?
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May
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comment Textsubscript within a threeparttable
@Nora maybe your LaTeX is outdated. In earlier versions one needed to load the fixltx2e package for using \textsubscript.
May
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comment Set math mode as default for each item in list
@Manuel github.com/cgnieder/tasks/issues/8
Apr
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comment Conflict between babel magyar and scrlayer-scrpage
@campa might actually be a duplicate
Apr
29
revised Conflict between babel magyar and scrlayer-scrpage
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Apr
29
comment Expanding #1 for use in addtostream
Something like \addtostream{output}{\noexpand\item[\arabic{enumi}\alph{enumii})] \unexpanded{#1}} and \begin{itemize} \input{generated.output} \end{itemize}
Apr
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comment Expanding #1 for use in addtostream
It seems like you want to reconstruct a list so IMHO it would be better to actually rebuild a real list (including \item's etc)