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asked Latex (LyX) /pdftex - Change file name based on file content
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asked Abbreviating commands with shorter commands, launchable from the body
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comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
@moewe The C preprocessor applied to LaTeX sounds like a great idea. If you do find the link, please let me know. Otherwise I might start a bounty, to accelerate things a bit, maybe someone know how to use the C preprocessor.
Aug
24
comment Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
@moewe This would indeed be a possibility, although I'd only use it, if nothing more elegant comes up. I didn't knew what LuaTeX really was, until you mentioned it. After I read the Wikipedia article on it, it seems that the kind of functionality I want could not even be done in plain LaTeX (except editing directly the *.tex file via some fancy text editor), as Lua's advantage over LaTeX seems to be to allow (among other things) scripting, right ?
Aug
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comment Typesetting displayed equivalences and definitions of unequal length
This is an interesting, alternative way for typesetting, but unfortunately I can't use, as I have rather rigid guidelines to follow.
Aug
24
comment Typesetting displayed equivalences and definitions of unequal length
This explanation is only terminological, can you give me an explanation that refers to what these definitions do ? You haven't yet specified why align* is better than alignat*.
Aug
24
accepted Figures (floats) break my theorems, definitions and remarks apart!
Aug
24
comment Figures (floats) break my theorems, definitions and remarks apart!
@moewe Well, the idea is that I have a few paragraphs of text between consecutive definitions and theorems, so I would my float to split this in-between text rather than splitting the definition
Aug
22
comment Typesetting displayed equivalences and definitions of unequal length
Thanks for your answer. Can you please highlight though why it's better to use the align* environment over the array environment (i.e. why align* is the proper environment in this case) and what the difference to the alignat* is ? I compared your and my version and regarding the former, with the align* environment everything is display in normal size (where array seems to display it in text size), which seems to me to be more a matter of taste than typographical convention and regarding the latter I couldn't see any difference.
Aug
22
asked Figures (floats) break my theorems, definitions and remarks apart!
Aug
22
asked Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings
Aug
22
asked Typesetting displayed equivalences and definitions of unequal length
Aug
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Apr
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asked different modes to typest systems of equations
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comment Centering graphics without indenting lines afterwards
@DavidCarlisle So sorry for the mess, you're right, this question has already been answered. (And thanks for the tip for making MWEs with images.)
Feb
20
asked Centering graphics without indenting lines afterwards
Feb
20
revised Removing indentation *after* certain objects have been used
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Feb
7
comment Removing indentation *after* certain objects have been used
Thanks (and sorry for the bad MWE).
Feb
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accepted Removing indentation *after* certain objects have been used