Christian Ivicevic
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 Dec 13 awarded Nice Question Nov 29 accepted Plotting the graph for exp(cos(1/x)) Nov 29 comment Plotting the graph for exp(cos(1/x)) @egreg This should be a sketch and doesn't have to be an accurate plot - I guess my best solution is to pick a smaller range like (0.01, 0.2) s.t. I get a better result? Nov 29 comment Plotting the graph for exp(cos(1/x)) @cfr Please refer to my edited MWE. Nov 29 comment Plotting the graph for exp(cos(1/x)) @darthbith Please refer to my edited MWE. Nov 29 revised Plotting the graph for exp(cos(1/x)) added 151 characters in body Nov 29 revised Plotting the graph for exp(cos(1/x)) added 705 characters in body Nov 29 asked Plotting the graph for exp(cos(1/x)) Nov 12 accepted Putting a line into a frame with proper positioning Nov 12 asked Putting a line into a frame with proper positioning Aug 11 awarded Yearling Aug 11 accepted Horizontal list of equations with automatic column span Aug 11 comment Horizontal list of equations with automatic column span @Bernard shortlst seems to be what I want however it is not available via Miktex for some reasons. Aug 11 asked Horizontal list of equations with automatic column span Nov 4 comment Add preliminary elements to the ToC Your newest Ghost-version works - and I found out what the issue with the \contentsline command was - hyperref changes the function such that it needs five and not three arguments. Thanks for this second approch which is much better! Nov 3 comment Add preliminary elements to the ToC Thank you very much though on your attempts so far! Nov 3 comment Add preliminary elements to the ToC Are you referring to a possibility of trailing empty chapters etc which can be omitted from the final output - at least as the content is concerned? I was actually thinking about using \includepdf to just grab the first part - i wasn't sure though whether hyperref links would break or not. Nov 3 accepted Add preliminary elements to the ToC Nov 3 comment Add preliminary elements to the ToC Then I will have to dive through all used packages and disable one-by-one. Nevertheless I am receiving a new error with your newest version of the snippet: Argument of \contentsline has an extra } for the line \contentsline{chapter}{2\hspace {1em}Some chapter of another part}{}. Nov 3 comment Add preliminary elements to the ToC I was actually wrong! When using \include{Chapter1} your code does not work if all structural elements are in the second file. Adding a \chapter{Foo} after the include yields the expected result with the fake entries. Any ideas why this is happening?