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comment [Tikz-]Qtree: force direction of single child to left or right?
Thank you. But such a tree looks a bit disjointed?
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comment Problem setting lengths in an environment (spilling outside of the environment)
@GonzaloMedina: if I recall correctly, what I wanted is to prevent the following paragraph from having indent, and to make it so no amount of spacing would change this (the fact that what follows not be indented).
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comment Problem setting lengths in an environment (spilling outside of the environment)
I think I've been using LaTeX for far too long enough to not know about these internal commands, but I can't find a coherent documentations on them!
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comment Problem setting lengths in an environment (spilling outside of the environment)
Thank you so much! It works... But I admit I don't exactly understand why (in the same way I didn't understand why the command I pasted above does what I want it to do :-). Could you perhaps elaborate on why using \aftergroup solves my problem?