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comment What packages do people load by default in LaTeX?
Personally I use an editor which automatically highlights and groups in the "structure" window any comment that begins with %TODO: Works better for me because you don't have anything in your compiled document giving away the fact that it still has TODOs around.
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comment How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
Ok, I get it, the ! means do a calculation, and the sub means subtraction. Thanks.
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comment How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
To add some background, I generally run my eps files through processing with psfrag / pstricks and anything else to produce a pdf file which can then be directly dropped into a document compiled with pdflatex (and not using any --shell-escape).
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comment How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
This answer is very helpful. I hadn't seen the standalone documentclass before. It also seems to be a very configurable version for what I want to do. Thanks.
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comment How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
I don't understand how the coordinates work here. Also, I don't want to live-draw the large graph, I already have the eps file that I want to include.
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comment Removing double entries from hyperref's pagebackref
Thanks, I really like this answer. I did modify it so the single back reference read "(page~#2)" because it looked a little strange having just a number and a close bracket by itself on a line. The tilde creates a non-breaking space to prevent this.
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comment What are the pros and cons of using hard wrapping, and why is it so common with LaTeX?
I do this too because I version controlled all of my documents with Bazaar.