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Feb
10
comment Automatically reference a set of equations in align
This plus a quick \crefname{equation}{Eq.}{Eqs.} got me exactly to what I need! Would you be able to submit this as answer so I can give you credit? I realize its similar to the previous one, but I tried numerous search terms and couldn't arrive at it so it may be helpful to others to have this example.
Dec
5
comment Cellcolor overwrites partial horizontal lines (\cline)
I've noticed that in there are very small white-ish lines in between the cells of the multirows - has anyone found a way to get rid of those?
Sep
5
comment Proper way to draw a tikz flowchart with arrows pointing back and forth between two nodes
Thanks very much for the quick reply! Can you explain what (svc2.west|-svc1.10) means? I'm guessing it would mean that this end should be at svc2.west and perpendicular to -svc1.-10. Come to think of it, I can't really put it in words...
Apr
5
comment Beamer overlay box around text - the correct way?
Cool, thanks! Didn't even think to try <+->!
Apr
5
comment Beamer overlay box around text - the correct way?
Got it, that's exactly the functionality I was looking for! Any idea why it pauses twice on the last item in the list? I tried stopping it from doing that by moving around the \pause, but I haven't been successful.
Apr
5
comment Beamer overlay box around text - the correct way?
Yes, the effect is the same as in the other post. I was looking to have something boxed afterwards, I noticed that there's a typo in my original so I've edited the MWE accordingly
Jun
14
comment Elegant way to make entire citation bold
I apologize for my delay in response, but thank you very much! That does exactly what I was looking for!
May
7
comment Elegant way to make entire citation bold
Nope, it's completely arbitrary in that sense. I'm trying to highlight certain references for someone else to look at.
May
2
comment Bold of authors list changes style with bibtex
Okay, no big deal :-) Thank you very much for your help and all your insight!
May
2
comment Bold of authors list changes style with bibtex
Thank you very much! Sorry, I have another question. Is there a way I can do this and maintain the citations in multiple brackets? For example, if I wanted to do \cite{EPR,BCS,otherpaper} and only wanted BCS to be bold, but still have them referenced as [1-3]. I tried just cramming the commands in there, but not surprisingly, this didn't work: \cite{EPR,\bstctlcite{IEEE:bold}BCS\bstctlcite{IEEE:plain},otherpaper}
May
2
comment Bold of authors list changes style with bibtex
Thanks for the reply! I can see how CTLname_latex_cmd can format the author's names, but is there a way I can make it so that it only does so for certain articles? In the example above, I would like to only make the BCS paper have bold authors. Thanks again!
Apr
12
comment How to add a URL to a LaTeX bibtex file?
This worked great for me with revtex (I'm adding this comment so this answer shows up in searches for revtex).
Mar
24
comment Add text around footnote mark in beamer
Thanks! works great!
Mar
24
comment Get latex output of \cite
Thanks! The pointer to using plain was exactly the sort of thing I was looking for!
Mar
24
comment Get latex output of \cite
One of the reasons I wanted to do this can be solved by the "bibentry" package, but I'm looking for a more general solution that will just produce the parsed output.
Dec
22
comment REVTeX affiliations without superscripts
Awesome, thanks. Is there a way to suppress the "and" that appears between "Some Place" and "Different Place"? I suppose I could always do \affiliation{Some Place\\Different Place}...
Jul
29
comment Latex multicol + itemize
Looks good, I hadn't seen that before. However, how can I get it to indent (see original post). If I add a \leftskip 4em before the clunky tabular solution, I get the desired indentation. I tried adding a [leftmargin=6em] to the multienumerate, but I might be missing something. Thanks!