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Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
28
comment How to write in French when using Constantia font?
I think you should remove inputenc and fontenc packages. See tex.stackexchange.com/questions/58761/…
Apr
28
comment LaTeX + Biblatex bibliography to other formats via Pandoc
Welcome to SX Peter! I was wondering if you've already tried to get a docx from a markdown file? Also, it's probably irrelevant, but I would invoke the pandoc command in this case as pandoc --biblatex --bibliography=foo.bib foo.tex -o foo.docx (pandoc pandoc-options input-file output-file).
Apr
17
comment Contributing to Babel or Polyglossia language support
Do you know if the polyglossia is currently maintained, because I saw the most recent commits date bake to almost half a year...
Apr
15
awarded  Custodian
Apr
15
reviewed No Action Needed How to change the bibliography?
Apr
14
comment Superimpose letter on integral symbol
Updated the code, check if it is all right now
Apr
14
revised Superimpose letter on integral symbol
Updated image
Apr
14
answered Superimpose letter on integral symbol
Apr
14
comment Biber error after MiKTeX update
Could you post a .tex file with an accompanying .bib file? Any .log or output, would be also useful to us debugging your problem. I remember that at some point Biber changed quite dramatically, so please post a MWE.
Apr
14
revised Horizontal spacing after equation
Added images
Apr
14
asked Contributing to Babel or Polyglossia language support
Sep
30
comment Draw lines by specifying angles?
The point is that (30:3cm) defines a point in polar coordinates with respect to the origin. What want in this case is to use relative coordinates and to preceed the coordinate with ++. So, the command in your case is \draw (-2,0) -- ++(30:3cm);
Aug
24
awarded  Yearling
Mar
24
comment How to create a numbered list of references when using verbose-trad1 style with the biblatex package?
As far as I understand, the dashed option is available only for verbose, authoryear and authortitle styles. Currently, I do not have any suggestions how to solve the problem. Either way, why do you need to number your citations in the bibliography list?
Mar
24
comment How can I use LaTex to mark my delta y and my delta x?
I guess that no. It is a solution using different tools. In this case you need to use TiKZ with PGFplots inside your LaTeX document, or you need to use Geogebra and then inside your LaTeX document you use TiKZ.
Mar
24
comment How can I use LaTex to mark my delta y and my delta x?
Well TiKZ and pgfplots are packages for LaTeX. The first can handle quite a lot of vector graphics drawing needs. You can find lots of examples on texample.net. The latter is for plotting functions using TiKZ and gnuplot straight from LaTeX. I guess, that you need both only if you want to use pgfplots. Otherwise you can get away only with using TiKZ.
Mar
24
revised Problem with placement of subfigure captions
Some tyding up. We do not need bold text.
Mar
24
suggested suggested edit on Problem with placement of subfigure captions
Mar
24
revised How can I use LaTex to mark my delta y and my delta x?
Some additions about pgfplots.