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comment Start Matlab code directly from Latex
similar to tex.stackexchange.com/questions/22960/…
Feb
8
comment How to plot functions involving rational exponents using pgfplots?
@PeterGrill fair enough. I'm still surprised that changing a '3' to a '5' needs a new question :) Happy to vote for you, nonetheless!
Feb
8
comment How to plot functions involving rational exponents using pgfplots?
seems like a duplicate of either tex.stackexchange.com/questions/278331/…, tex.stackexchange.com/questions/144454/how-to-plot-x1-3, tex.stackexchange.com/questions/69411/…, tex.stackexchange.com/questions/19052/…,
Feb
7
comment How to fill a region between two curves in Tikz?
@mark an answer? :)
Feb
6
comment indentation of a whole paragraph
have you seen Indenting a whole paragraph seems fairly close
Feb
6
comment Left align three columns in Latex
@egreg an answer? :)
Feb
5
comment Putting Figures Side-By-Side Using Minipage
I imagine you're using a figure environment, try removing it
Feb
4
comment How to align theorem cases with table?
@Bernard an answer? :)
Feb
3
comment Putting an enumerate list into quotation marks
Welcome to the site! you could, for example, wrap a tcolorbox around it; see tex.stackexchange.com/questions/277777/…, for example :)
Feb
2
comment pgfplots: tick marks on axis with fill between
how about every x tick/.style={black}, every y tick/.style={black}, does that get you closer to what you want?
Jan
29
comment Automatically generate the value table of a mathematical function
possible starting point? tex.stackexchange.com/questions/126456/…
Jan
29
comment productivity tools
possibly helpful? tex.stackexchange.com/questions/44206/…
Jan
28
comment How to avoid page break after table?
Welcome to the site! How about: after your \end{tabular} putting a blank line and then \includegraphics{piechart.eps}?
Jan
27
comment How can a Git tag be aligned with the formatted PDF using gitinfo2?
Very nice, +1 from me :) you can use the green check mark to mark your answer as accepted
Jan
27
comment Is possible automatic refresh filecontents* at each compilation of pgfplotstable?
glad it fixed it :) I have a feeling there may be a duplicate somewhere; I'll take a look, and if I can't find one, I'll post an answer if you like :)
Jan
27
comment Is possible automatic refresh filecontents* at each compilation of pgfplotstable?
if you load the filecontents package, does your issue persist?
Jan
27
comment How can a Git tag be aligned with the formatted PDF using gitinfo2?
Great work! In fact, you can do a combination of the two ideas: rebase to merge two commits, and then move the tag :) Perhaps you could update your answer to show this? While you're doing that, I think that it would be great to provide more details in your answer; for example, showing the git commands as I did in my post
Jan
26
comment How can a Git tag be aligned with the formatted PDF using gitinfo2?
@ThomasMichel thanks for the update, now I understand the problem a little better. I'd be tempted to say that your question is really more of git issue, rather than a gitinfo2 issue. The release tag in the .gin file is only updated after a commit, merge, or checkout. As such, you need to perform one of these operations, and then recompile. One possible alternative to the method you've linked to in your question is to follow the method I've outlined, and then use git rebase -i to merge your last two commits together. I'm not sure what this would do to the tagging history,,,
Jan
25
comment How can a Git tag be aligned with the formatted PDF using gitinfo2?
to the close voters: if you're voting to close, at the very least give a reason. this question, imho, seems perfectly ontopic (texdoc gitinfo2, for example)
Jan
25
comment How can a Git tag be aligned with the formatted PDF using gitinfo2?
Welcome to the site! I've wondered this exact question before, and I'll be interested to know if it can be clarified, perhaps by the author