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Jul
29
asked Robust handler of arguments with conditionals and complex elements
Jul
29
accepted Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
Jul
29
revised Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
added example that doesn't wok with existing solutions
Jul
29
comment Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
Where you able to check it with the itemize?
Jul
28
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
28
revised Can't get rid of underfull \hboxs
added code marks
Jul
27
comment Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
With simple text it works as intended. However, when using complex content it breaks. For example, if you put an itemize environment with the details it doesn't work. :(
Jul
25
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
23
comment Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
After more testing, when using brackets around #7 and when details are false, it doesn't detect it as empty and add a newline.
Jul
23
comment Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
Yes, that did the trick. It didn't occur to me to group it. Another trick learned. Thanks! :)
Jul
23
comment Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
That works, but if you put a % after the brace it doesn't. (Like this one)
Jul
23
comment Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
I get this error: "! Incomplete \if; all text was ignored after line 28. <inserted text> \fi"
Jul
23
comment Spurious space on moderncv \cventry using \if
Sorry to revive this question, but I just noticed that when using \detailstrue and the % after the opening brace, the code doesn't work. And if one does not uses the % then a spurious space appears. Any thoughts?
Jul
14
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
12
reviewed Approve Iterate latex/kintr code
Jun
15
reviewed Approve Placing two nodes next to each other
Jun
15
revised Rubber width `\parbox`
added code marks
Jun
15
revised Problem witch \include and \chapter
added code marks
Jun
4
accepted forest “every leaf node” and “every tree node” like syntax
Jun
4
comment forest “every leaf node” and “every tree node” like syntax
Yes, that is correct. But those are semantics. I need a way to apply a style to several nodes, without explicitly putting it into the tree. I search the documentation, but the only have checks for the content, not sure if there is meta information regarding number of children.