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Apr
8
comment TikZ: How to place two decorations in opposite directions
Yes, perfect! Thanks.
Apr
8
asked TikZ: How to place two decorations in opposite directions
Apr
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awarded  Nice Question
Jan
24
comment TikZ: Unexpected difference between \draw and — vs \path and edge
@Werner I don't want to update my TeX distribution. I want to know what Paul means by "a current TeX distribution".
Jan
24
comment TikZ: Unexpected difference between \draw and — vs \path and edge
@Paul What is your definition of "a current TeX distribution"?
Nov
9
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
2
accepted How to fully justify tabular columns
Oct
2
comment How to fully justify tabular columns
Ah, I figure out a good workaround. As stated here, "An \extracolsep{wd} command in an @-expression causes an extra space of width wd to appear to the left of all subsequent columns, until countermanded by another \extracolsep command." Thus, multiple uses of \extracolsep{wd} with varied wd parameters achieves my desired behavior.
Oct
2
comment How to fully justify tabular columns
But @{\hspace{\fill}} doesn't work. Why not?
Oct
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comment How to fully justify tabular columns
Very good. Your first suggestion using \extracolsep{\fill} is closer to what I really want. This command sets the space between all pairs (of adjacent) columns. Is there a way to set different values between different pairs (of adjacent) columns?
Oct
1
comment How to fully justify tabular columns
@Johannes_B No. An X column is syntactic sugar for p{<some value>}, which specifies how wide the column in question should be. I want to modify the space between columns.
Oct
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asked How to fully justify tabular columns
Sep
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awarded  Good Question
Sep
19
comment Hiding the title of the bibliography
This alternative answer to an unofficial duplicate does want I want.
Sep
19
comment Hiding the title of the bibliography
This solution just removes all section titles after the \renewcommand. What if you have an appendix after the bibliography?
Sep
3
revised Modifying whitespace before and after list separately using enumitem package
changed text and hyperlink to match title and MWE
Sep
3
comment Modifying whitespace before and after list separately using enumitem package
@Bernard I looked here for some standard/default amount of vertical space to add and \baselineskip seemed to work the best. Your \midskipamount seems to add less than the default amount of space. Do you have other suggestions? Preferably I would use the same commands that would have normally been used had nosep not been used.
Sep
2
comment Modifying whitespace before and after list separately using enumitem package
@StevenB.Segletes Yes, of course. I included the image of my MWE but forgot to include its source.
Sep
2
revised Modifying whitespace before and after list separately using enumitem package
added source for MWE
Sep
2
asked Modifying whitespace before and after list separately using enumitem package