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awarded  Revival
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comment Windows Miktex can't find mathtools.sty
@percusse Of course I have admin rights. Its my own PC and before saying this doesn't work I explicitly opened Texstudio with admin rights (Right-Click Run as Admin). What I think is not clear here is what should be run under admin rights, whether its the MikTex repository updater or Texstudio/Texmaker.
May
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comment Windows Miktex can't find mathtools.sty
@percusse No it does not. The problem has to do with outdated package information in the MiKTeX repository. Running Texmaker or Texstudio as admin does not make any difference. Werner's link is in fact the same, I just included my answer for completeness for who is looking for it because this question comes up in google first when you look for the error. You have to run the MikTex Package Manager as admin (in case you have some restrictions on your PC) not Texmaker or Texstudio.
May
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answered Windows Miktex can't find mathtools.sty
May
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comment Windows Miktex can't find mathtools.sty
This doesn't solve anything
May
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comment Biblatex order of entries in a multi-citation
@moewe Can you indicate how to change the in-citation sort order (and put it in an answer)?
May
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awarded  Curious
May
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comment Biblatex order of entries in a multi-citation
Thanks. Well this is enough. I can put the cite ordering in the way I like anyway in this way, not that 2 or 3 citations need to be automated.
May
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comment Biblatex order of entries in a multi-citation
Cheers, I was looking at citeorder and couldn't understand anything! Is there any option to make them sort by year instead of no sorting or alphabetical?
May
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asked Biblatex order of entries in a multi-citation
May
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comment How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode?
@JohnKormylo Thanks. No its not source code. Its still in math mode, defining a transition function of a state with numeric variables. (Its a bit weird I know, I didn't invent it)
May
7
comment How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode?
@egreg Thanks. Yes with \DeclareMathOperator it seems to show it in a different way. For example the * is vertically aligned to the top, while with your way its correct. Not sure why, but at least it works fine.
May
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revised How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode?
Added extra information to make it more useful for others.
May
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accepted How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode?
May
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suggested approved edit on How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode?
May
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comment How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode?
Thanks. I think one can actually also define an operator as follows: \DeclareMathOperator{\pluseq}{\mathbin{{+}{=}}}
May
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comment How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode?
Cheers, I tried to look around but sometimes its a problem to find these things without the right keywords!
May
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asked How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode?
May
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accepted What are these algorithm2e empty warnings?
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comment What are these algorithm2e empty warnings?
Cheers... submitting a paper and didn't want to have any 'real' warnings!