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PhD student in theoretical computer science.


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revised A zero \parskip and an unusual \paragraph result in overlapping paragraphs
edited title
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comment A zero \parskip and an unusual \paragraph result in overlapping paragraphs
That's very kind of you, thanks. I changed the name of the question to better reflect the problematic at hand.
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comment A zero \parskip and an unusual \paragraph result in overlapping paragraphs
In addition, your "of course" sentence means that any value sign would have the same result, can you explain why? Thanks a lot!
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comment A zero \parskip and an unusual \paragraph result in overlapping paragraphs
Thanks Robert! Would you mind adding a reference for your assertion to the effect that all components have to be negative if one is? Or explain how the different components behave? I thought that \@plus and \@minus were only arithmetics (as their names suggest), so maybe you can explain how these work too? Thanks!
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comment A zero \parskip and an unusual \paragraph result in overlapping paragraphs
@StephanLehmke: I managed to reduce the WE so that it is close to M. Thanks.
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revised A zero \parskip and an unusual \paragraph result in overlapping paragraphs
Provide a better MWE.
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comment A zero \parskip and an unusual \paragraph result in overlapping paragraphs
@percusse: Thanks for your input. However, I believe I should be able to use the \textheight I want without having the text garbled. This is just a fine tuning to trigger the (un)desired result, and I think it is legit to expect it to work. @Aditya: Right, thanks. I think they just copied the line from article, which uses the even stranger 0\p@ \@plus \p@.
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asked A zero \parskip and an unusual \paragraph result in overlapping paragraphs
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comment XITS and \not\models
@HeikoOberdiek: Thanks for your answer! Now I see that even \not\in is not the same as \notin in XITS. Gosh, all those years...
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comment XITS and \not\models
Thanks, I went for that solution.
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accepted XITS and \not\models
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asked Dashing one edge from parent in a tree: why does it work
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accepted Testing for commercial at (@) in a string
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asked XITS and \not\models
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comment Testing for commercial at (@) in a string
Dammit. Stackexchange now pops up the relevant related question: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/17393/… . Feel free to close this question as a duplicate.