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revised Latex TUDelft font change
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comment How to typeset the percent symbol inside \detokenize?
@ILikeToCode IIRC you could redefine \verbatim@font
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comment How to typeset the percent symbol inside \detokenize?
Why don't you use \verb?
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comment How to make the equilibrium double arrow longer?
As @mhchem already noted this is wrong in quite a number of aspects: (1) chemically: usage of italic instead of upright font shape for atom symbols, missing subscripts, wrong kind of arrow (the arrow shapes have distinct meanings in chemistry) (2) typographically: missing spaces between stoichiometric factors and formulae, missing spaces between formulae and phase descriptors. (3) eqnarray is a bad choice: tex.stackexchange.com/q/196 (4) it doesn't actually answer the question (regarding mhchem's arrows)
Apr
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comment Acronyms with same style as LOT? (acro package)
This'll be corrected in v1.6b. Maybe this weekend...
Apr
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Apr
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comment Guitar tablatures typesetting?
@Joffrey Don't worry :) I actually don't play it that way (when I play it) and had I written notes instead of tabs I'd probably seen the error... (it took me a while to spot it - I don't like tabs very much!)
Apr
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comment Guitar tablatures typesetting?
@Joffrey IIRC I typed this from memory without a) checking with the song and b) a guitar nearby. So, errors are bound to happen :)
Apr
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answered How to make a ring have vertical alignment correctly?
Apr
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comment acro translations.sty not found
You have either an outdated or an incomplete installation of your TeX distribution...
Apr
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revised What is best Latex template could be used for presentation?
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Apr
15
comment How to type gas sign and equality sign in chemfig?
Isn't normally a down arrow used for precipitates (\ce{v}) and an up arrow for gas (\ce{^})? This is at least the reason for mhchem's default behaviour, I think... BTW: the chemformula package does similar things...
Apr
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comment Automatically suggest arguments for user defined commands
Unrelated: the definition should be \newcommand{\fref}[1]{Fig.~\ref{#1}} in order to avoid page breaks between Fig. and the corresponding number. BTW: there's also packages like cleveref which you might want to consider tex.stackexchange.com/q/36295/5049
Apr
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comment Acronyms with same style as LOT? (acro package)
With your example I don't get pp. but I do get the page range 1--3. Unfortunately the option pages=first currently does nothing... this probably counts as a bug and should be corrected.
Apr
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revised How can I write a non-greek name in a greek text?
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comment Why does mhchem italicize macro text?
IMHO phase descriptors are a perfect example of why the number of keys to type are not the best reason for using macros: since there are different ways to typeset phase descriptors (subscripts, running text, language differences) using macros can save a lot of work later on, even if it means hitting a few more keys. But of course that's just my opinion... :)