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Aug
21
comment How to disable links completely using hyperref package?
nohypreref does not seem to accept [pdftex,unicode] as options.
Aug
10
accepted Vertical positioning of a label in enumerate with multicolumn
Aug
10
comment Vertical positioning of a label in enumerate with multicolumn
Thanks, I tried that but misplaced the parameter actually:-).
Aug
10
asked Vertical positioning of a label in enumerate with multicolumn
Aug
8
comment How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
Hm, with enough hacks, I am able to print out what I want, so accepting. Even though I am sure you would be appalled if you saw my sourcode. BTW: I use microtype everywhere as it is said to improve things in general, lmodren as I prefer it (and without it, for some reason lmodern fonts are not used) but hyphenat was probably excessive, I am not sure why I still cary it in my standr preamble that I just copy over.
Aug
8
accepted How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
Aug
8
comment How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
Ok, I can put název where I want using multirow. However, if I wanted to have something like 22.8.2012 instead of 1,6 and have it line breaked between 22.8. and 2012, how would I go about it? Right now, I am using parbox with the appropriate width and manual linebreaks (`\\`), which seems suboptimal.
Aug
8
comment How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
Well, it is an appendix Iwith raw data that I do not expect anybody to really read, just skim, and I do not want it to run over twenty pages. Even though, on second reading, it might work, but how do I add space between columns?
Aug
8
comment How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
Thanks, that seems much simpler, but I would like "název" to be in thmiddle of the first two rows (like in my example), not on the first row. Can that be accomplished?
Aug
7
comment How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
Also, no the header (Min. doba) is not aligned with the column (I would like the header to be at the center of the column's content).
Aug
7
comment How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
That does not take into account decimal marker (it should be a comma, not a dot, as per sisetup), can that be corrected please?
Aug
7
comment How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
Adding space is not feasible, I am trying to fit as much info on one page (I am actually using tiny font size already).
Aug
7
revised How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
edited title
Aug
7
comment How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
I found this question: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/12663/… but I am failing in adapting it to longtable environment.
Aug
7
asked How can I define table column by width and align it using siunitx at the same time in a longtable?
Jul
20
comment Input unicode/diacritics into package options
Yes, it works, sorry for not being clear:-).
Jul
20
comment Input unicode/diacritics into package options
I see, I should have RTFM first. What I want is this:\protected\def\Grafsname{Graf č.} \DeclareFloatingEnvironment[listname={\listGrafsname},name={\Grafsname}]{Graf}
Jul
19
comment Input unicode/diacritics into package options
How would I input \DeclareFloatingEnvironment[listname={\listGrafsname}]{Graf č.} (note the "Graf č." instead of "Graf" as in the original answer?
Jul
17
comment Label appendix as Appendix I, II, III rather than Appendix A, B and C
In case anyone would prefer arabic numerals (1,2,3,..), the command is unsurprisingly \renewcommand{\thechapter}{\arabic{chapter}} (but not "Arabic").
Jun
27
comment Center heading over the border between columns in a table
No idea how you did it, but it works beautifully. I will consider the alternative too!