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Apr
14
comment How define a fixed width page, but length > some minimum length, but only as long as needed
The automation is described here: tex.stackexchange.com/a/27057/7323
Mar
2
revised caption+autonum+{a certain structure}=freeze
corrected spelling
Feb
15
answered caption+autonum+{a certain structure}=freeze
Nov
29
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
1
awarded  Excavator
Nov
1
revised subcaption vs. subfig: Best package for referencing a subfigure
Fixed package option for subfig
Oct
13
revised cleveref, autonum and labeling only referenced equations
Added update 3
Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Jul
13
comment Making LaTeX tabular environment behave well under copy/paste
Isn't that an issue of your PDF viewer or your word processor? I am just asking because of features like on the following page: nightcrawlerinshadow.wordpress.com/2011/08/20/…
Jul
13
comment cleveref, autonum and labeling only referenced equations
Special characters seem to be no problem in version 0.3.5 in general, as they were added to the test suite when the bug occured the first time and releases are only done if the test suite passes all tests. There might be a regression in specific situations, which I am not aware of, as I haven't seen a problematic document, yet. As already written privately, I hope we can solve the problem, if there is a minimal example demonstrating it.
Jun
28
awarded  Announcer
Jun
4
accepted Recommend way to get angular velocity in degree with siunitx
Jun
4
revised Recommend way to get angular velocity in degree with siunitx
Updated information from siunitx package author
May
31
comment Recommend way to get angular velocity in degree with siunitx
@Jake, Yes, but is an angular velocity a plane angle? The unit contains a plain angle, but does that mean it is a plain angle? I guess this is a bit undefined, so in the end I have to choose either or.
May
31
comment Recommend way to get angular velocity in degree with siunitx
I had a second look at the SI brochure and are totally confused now. The only thing that is stated clearly (in section 5.3.3) is that a single degree sign is always set without space. Combined with celsius as in °C there is a space before it. So it's not clear if °s^-1 is close to ° or closer to °C.
May
31
comment Big integral sign
@barbarabeeton, Yes, you are right, thanks for pointing that out. Interestingly the slightly larger limits actually look better in the formula where I need the large integral. But this won't be true in general. So I'd say, that a universal solution is still lacking due to two points: First, the scaling of the integral sign should be automatic, as with \left or \right. Second, even when setting the size manually, the limits aren't placed correctly automatically. There are sill plenty of possibilities for LaTeX package authors …
May
30
revised global relabeling of all figures
Corrected spelling
May
30
comment Big integral sign
It might be worth adding, that if the \limits command is used, it has to put in the correct place. So using \mathop{\mathlarger{\int\limits_t}} looks much better than \mathop{\mathlarger{\int}}\limits_t when using the relsize package, for example.
May
30
comment global relabeling of all figures
@texenthusiast Please have a look at my answer below containing a first trial to transform this idea into code.
May
30
answered global relabeling of all figures