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TeX user since 1989, mostly LaTeX. For some time maintainer of pdfTeX, since then a close friend of the LuaTeX team.


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comment Help on simple Lattice diagrams
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Dec
10
comment Evaluation Symbol: Consistent Implementation
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Dec
10
comment number equations according to subsections but do not display subsections without numbers
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Dec
10
comment How can I make a TeX file executable?
This may work, but is not guaranteed to: The Sheebang line MUST handle only one argument to the command (which is /usr/bin/env in your case) - the handling of more arguments is highly non-portable.
Dec
8
comment Appendix title on a new line
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Dec
8
comment controlling pgfplots axis labels
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Dec
7
comment What is “Lollipop”?
I've started working on the tag-wiki; it needs more love.
Dec
7
comment LyX - Unable to Preview PDF after Upgrade 2.0.6 to 2.1.3
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Dec
7
comment Tabular* environment in harvard-thesis template
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Dec
7
comment Tabular* environment in harvard-thesis template
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Dec
7
comment LaTeX equivalent of <br><br><br> in HTML?
Your answer repeats the answer by Martin Scharrer.
Dec
6
comment Error of “cannot determine size of graphics”
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Dec
6
comment Error of “cannot determine size of graphics”
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Dec
5
comment Printed PDF is missing some text when using `multicols`
Sorry, but if the PDF looks great on screen but has issues when printed that is a problem of the printer and not of TeX.
Dec
3
comment How to solve font problem
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Dec
1
comment Unwanted chapter titles with fancyhdr package in twosided book class
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Dec
1
comment Unwanted chapter titles with fancyhdr package in twosided book class
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Nov
30
comment Auto fold sections on startup
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Nov
30
comment itemize within tabularx does not work when ltablex is loaded
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Nov
30
comment What is the recommended way to respond to bug reports for font packages where the bug is caused by characters missing from fonts?
@cfr: That would be simple and safe with a virtual font: Just get the missing symbols from cm*.