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Aug
8
asked Is it possible to define a command taking an optional star and working in a subscript?
Jul
25
accepted A problem with `amsthm` and positive `\parskip`
Jul
22
comment A problem with `amsthm` and positive `\parskip`
Better yet: \usepackage{etoolbox}\appto{\proof}{\unskip}
Jul
22
comment A problem with `amsthm` and positive `\parskip`
No, better change it as you've written!
Jul
22
comment A problem with `amsthm` and positive `\parskip`
BTW, I'm looking now at the definition of the proof environment, and I'm wondering why that skip appears... If I had more time (and my TeXbook copy at home;)), I could investigate this. Maybe tomorrow...
Jul
22
comment A problem with `amsthm` and positive `\parskip`
Great, thanks! So it was proof which introduced the unnecessary skip. Stupid me, I should have tried something like this...
Jul
22
comment A problem with `amsthm` and positive `\parskip`
Not at all, unfortunately. This is supposed to be coded in a class released in the wild, for people to use. No manual hacks like this allowed...
Jul
22
asked A problem with `amsthm` and positive `\parskip`
Jul
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
2
awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
26
comment Is there a package (like showlabels) for amsrefs?
I also clarified the problem (though the code shows what I mean anyway, I hope;)...)
Jun
26
comment Is there a package (like showlabels) for amsrefs?
@DavidCarlisle: showlabels seems to know nothing about amsrefs.
Jun
26
comment Is there a package (like showlabels) for amsrefs?
I know, I know, people!!! One comment is enough! It's 22:30 here, I have a deadline, and I forgot about a MWE... ;-)
Jun
26
revised Is there a package (like showlabels) for amsrefs?
Clarification
Jun
26
asked Is there a package (like showlabels) for amsrefs?
Jun
21
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
14
asked Are there any packages to create custom table of contents?
Jun
13
comment A problem with vertical positioning of `multicols`
Thanks a lot for the explanation! At least I know that I'll have to fix this manually (that's what I did anyway). And I hope that the LaTeX3 output routine will handle such things...;)
Jun
13
accepted A problem with vertical positioning of `multicols`