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comment To Convert PDF containing Math it to Latex
@ChristianHupfer ok, I did not consider that. :)
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reviewed Leave Open To Convert PDF containing Math it to Latex
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comment To Convert PDF containing Math it to Latex
Maybe we should just give the Q time to respond to the inquiries. Even though I agree on the missing clarity of the question.
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reviewed Close Does most of the formatting remain intact when a standard thesis PDF is converted to Word?
Nov
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revised Best Practices for Lua Modules
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Nov
14
revised Best Practices for Lua Modules
rolled back to a previous revision
Nov
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revised Best Practices for Lua Modules
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Nov
10
revised $\varepsilon$ not show in bookmark?
Command spelling error
Nov
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comment Tikz External Library with PGF 3.0
Don't you need a \tikzexternalize to start it?
Nov
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comment Having troubles working with .png and .eps
What do you mean by "with less quility than the original in the pdf viewer"? Are you comparing the Texstudio viewer with Adobe Reader for instance? (LaTeX does not compress the png files, so I guess it is a feature of your viewer).
Nov
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revised How do I left indent my equation inside the align*?
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Nov
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revised Addition and Multiplication Tables
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reviewed Leave Open Hyperref boxes around links ARE MISSING in TeXShop
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
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reviewed Leave Closed Are postscript printers necessary for printing large pdfs compiled from LaTeX files?
Sep
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comment Problem parsing product `2\x` with `TiKZ 3.0`
@percusse, sure no problem :)
Sep
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answered Problem parsing product `2\x` with `TiKZ 3.0`
Sep
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comment Problem parsing product `2\x` with `TiKZ 3.0`
I have always used * as otherwise it is just expanding to 2\i==20, so I think it is obvious to always put the *. Think what would happen if you accidentally put it in an expanded context. Then 2\i would always be wrong.
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comment TikZ: how to apply an affine transformation?
@percusse only if drawing it separately, in this case with the square and node it makes more sense to do two scopes (we do not want the transformation on the rectangle).
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revised TikZ: how to apply an affine transformation?
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