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I am a theoretical astrophysicist -- at least I try to be when I'm not programming.


Nov
27
revised How can I get my LaTeX set up on Emacs/AUCTeX to use the -file-line-error option when calling pdfTeX
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Nov
26
answered How can I get my LaTeX set up on Emacs/AUCTeX to use the -file-line-error option when calling pdfTeX
Oct
3
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
19
suggested rejected edit on pgfplots: prevent single plot from being listed in legend
Aug
13
comment Drawing on an external image with Asymptote
This question is about asymptote, not tikz; it just mentions tikz to show what the OP wanted. How is this not a real question?
Oct
11
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
5
awarded  Notable Question
May
14
awarded  Yearling
May
14
accepted Annotated equations
May
14
comment Annotated equations
References come out right! :) I don't think I would have found \maketag@@@, even using \show. Did you just know that from experience, or is there some method to finding these things efficiently?
May
14
comment Annotated equations
I was even thinking that the text from \Domain should be slightly greyed out, so that the information is there if you need it, but doesn't make you feel like you need to read or think about it every time.
May
14
awarded  Commentator
May
14
revised Annotated equations
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May
14
comment Annotated equations
Yeah, but the reader should be in the mindset of working in $C_{1,3}$ for this entire section, and thus shouldn't be burdened with frequent distractions. On the other hand, if the reader refers back to this equation from the section on $C_{2,4}$, it needs to be made clear that the equation does not necessarily apply.
May
14
comment Annotated equations
But I'd like it to be set just before the equation number, and not affect the alignment of the equation itself. My reasoning is that I don't want the condition to distract from the content of the equation. With quads, it sort of gives equal weight to the content and the condition.
May
14
accepted Unusual custom math accent
May
14
asked Annotated equations
Apr
24
awarded  Teacher
Apr
24
comment Unusual custom math accent
That's good, and I'll keep it in mind, but I really wanted the text to be set on the side. I've added an answer below. Feel free to improve on that.
Apr
24
answered Unusual custom math accent