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comment How to rebuild the textcite command from biblatex?
Thank you, for your work, I wasn't aware how to ommit the backref parameter inside of the usepackage stmt of the hyperref package. However, as jon already mentioned, the alphabetic style is somehow different from the eg-alpha-doi.bst style. with style=alphabetic I get a similar start, however, I don't know how to change the rest, and I think I have to deal with the cite package and type everywhere the et~al.~ where I need to.. But again thank you for your work.
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revised How to rebuild the textcite command from biblatex?
Minimal working example, and files.
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comment How to rebuild the textcite command from biblatex?
I was wrong that the class is using natbib. I will change this in the question. It was an already defined \bibhang which is also used by natbib. I will produce a minimal example (which involves the egpubl class as well.
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comment Skipping outline table of contents of some sections in beamer
How about multiple sections to block? e.g.: section 2 and section 3? Or section 1 and section 3?
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comment How to declare an operator with automatic argument bracketing
Thanks :), you are right.
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comment How to declare an operator with automatic argument bracketing
don't get me wrong. I just asked as to get more insight not to be too picky. I thought about \log[A(0)] - bg^TTg.
Apr
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comment How to declare an operator with automatic argument bracketing
I have the equation by Stejskal and Tanner: $\ln{A(t)} = \ln{A(0)} - bg^TTg$ But when you deal with summation and \ln I want to separate the argument of \ln from the summands. Clearly I could rewrite it to $\ln{A(t)-\ln{A(0)} = - bg^TTg$, but the problem to separate the logarithm expression from summands may remain. So can you comment further on that, why log dislikes delimiters?
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comment How to declare an operator with automatic argument bracketing
Is there a way to redeclare existing operators such as \ln to use delimiters as well?
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revised How do I generate a check-list?
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