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comment Exporting .org files to LaTeX - Error
@Prasanna Do a custom install and miss out the documentation and sources
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comment Make warnings more obvious
'More obvious' in what way? Most users use an (La)TeX editor rather than the command line, and most of those hide the log/terminal to a greater or lesser extent ...
18h
comment What is the way to write f=1 Hz with the siunitx package?
@darthbith OK, reasonable position (I wonder if we have some basic question it might be a dupe of)
18h
comment What is the way to write f=1 Hz with the siunitx package?
I see this is a 'basic' question but that doesn't make it OT ...
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comment siunitx: What is the correct way to output mean and standard deviation as “M (SD)” in an S-column?
@drgibbon Did you see my edit?
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comment What about ClassicThesis?
@Yorgos They might do, they might not, but you are certainly right that you can start by checking :-)
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comment siunitx: What is the correct way to output mean and standard deviation as “M (SD)” in an S-column?
@drgibbon Adding an entirely new parser and output method to siunitx would be a major undertaking: internally the two steps are separate so the fact you want 'light' changes (alignment) doesn't mean that the change is trivial.
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revised siunitx: What is the correct way to output mean and standard deviation as “M (SD)” in an S-column?
Try to address further request
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comment siunitx: What is the correct way to output mean and standard deviation as “M (SD)” in an S-column?
@ChrisS I'm assuming that's 'cheating' (it's what I'd do, I suspect, but ...)
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answered siunitx: What is the correct way to output mean and standard deviation as “M (SD)” in an S-column?
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comment Using xeCJK package, there is no space shown after comma
Could you check your system is up-to-date: this is 'works for me' here.
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comment expl3 par and sequences
@Bob Variable are declared globally, but that's not the same as set globally. If your variable is meant to be set globally use \seq_gput_right:Nn and call it something like \g_bob_note_seq.
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comment expl3 par and sequences
@Bob \newcommand is 'long' as standard and you have to use \newcommand* to be more restrictive. (Lamport only provided \newcommand, the current LaTeX team added the starred form in 1994 but couldn't change the existing behaviour).
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comment expl3 par and sequences
@Manuel They're both optional and the point of xparse is that the interface isn't tied to the internals, so adding them later should be trivial anyway.
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comment expl3 par and sequences
What's the s-type argument for here?
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revised expl3 par and sequences
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comment expl3 par and sequences
Aside: the sequence really should be called something like \l_bob_note_seq
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answered expl3 par and sequences
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revised why my TexMaker cannot compile?
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comment Why do I need \fp_to_dim:n in my dimension expression?
@Tobi All of the variable types have accessors: tl is an exception in that the accessor is not required.