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revised Using newer version of tikz-cd for arXiv submissions
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answered Using newer version of tikz-cd for arXiv submissions
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comment A longer arrow in a diagram
As of today (Apr. 26, 2016) arxiv is still using texlive 2011, and apparently this only works for 2013 or later. One suggestion I saw that could work is the ugly creation of the CD on its own, and then inclusion in the final document by includegraphics.
Apr
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comment LaTeX macro expander
This is the obvious winner for me. Thanks!
Mar
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comment multiple legends in pgfplot
I find the same thing as @pluton, except occasionally when something else in the picture is broken, which is weird. I've tried compiling numerous times to let the labels resolve, but nothing helps. I'd really like a solution for this.
Nov
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accepted Clash between revtex4-1 and acronym package
Nov
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comment Clash between revtex4-1 and acronym package
I removed the author and title just for the sake of minimizing the working example; they didn't make any difference the way I was doing it, though they do now. More importantly, moving the acronym environment into the document itself does make all the difference. Thanks!
Nov
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asked Clash between revtex4-1 and acronym package
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revised Applying MakeUppercase to non-English characters in math mode
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revised Applying MakeUppercase to non-English characters in math mode
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revised Applying MakeUppercase to non-English characters in math mode
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revised Applying MakeUppercase to non-English characters in math mode
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comment Applying MakeUppercase to non-English characters in math mode
Well, that's easier to use, alright. Thank you!
Jun
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accepted Applying MakeUppercase to non-English characters in math mode
Jun
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comment Applying MakeUppercase to non-English characters in math mode
Not as elegant as I had hoped, but it'll do the job. :) Thanks!
Jun
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asked Applying MakeUppercase to non-English characters in math mode
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