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awarded  Notable Question
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answered Problem with Beamer, phantom, and definition environment
Jun
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comment Problem with Beamer, phantom, and definition environment
@KevinC Oh, sorry...I meant what is the difference between \visible and onslide?
Jun
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revised Problem with Beamer, phantom, and definition environment
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Jun
5
comment Problem with Beamer, phantom, and definition environment
@daleif Oh, I thought \phantom was a mathtools command.
Jun
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comment Problem with Beamer, phantom, and definition environment
@KevinC What is the difference between \visible and \only? What would the solution be using overlays? I don't want to use \vskip because the space I want to add depends on specific content.
Jun
5
asked Problem with Beamer, phantom, and definition environment
May
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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accepted Different definitions of the font \mathscr
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Mar
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comment How do I left-align entries in a matrix with \begin{matrix}?
mathtools has the same *ed variants of the family of smallmatrix environments.
Jan
28
comment Displaymath environment that can align equations and squeezes math
I agree with you (egreg) that it would probably take at least three passes to get this behavior, which is probably too many. Ultimately, I ended up rewriting the equation as part of a larger edit to simplify things. This answer gets accepted because it taught me something.
Jan
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accepted Displaymath environment that can align equations and squeezes math
Jan
27
comment How to center text without adding space AND not altering alignment of surrounding text?
@GonzaloMedina I didn't want to center the last line of a paragraph. I wanted to center specific words in the text.
Jan
27
revised align vs equation
Added "draft" option to LaTeX document so that the badbox is identified
Jan
27
comment Punctuation after multiline math diagram
@MaMing You can use \mathrlap when math mode. See math.arizona.edu/~aprl/publications/mathclap for more information.
Jan
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Jan
23
comment Displaymath environment that can align equations and squeezes math
No offense to luatex, but I use pdflatex and won't switch just to have an elegant solution to this problem. I figured out a hack for my specific situation that I would use instead, which is to manually squeeze the math in select locations using \!. Not only does this hack not scale, it doesn't look perfect because the space around operators varies within the same line of math.