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Associate professor, researcher in reengineering and programming languages.

Frequently used languages: Smalltalk (Pharo), Ruby, LaTeX…


Aug
12
comment Vim-LaTeX with latexmk closes .tex at compilation
I think you just have to start typing as usual… try with a simple shell command, e.g. :!ls. On my Vim it says "Press ENTER or type command to continue". The other possibility I see is that you could be getting a quickfix window (:h quickfix).
Aug
12
comment Vim-LaTeX with latexmk closes .tex at compilation
That is not the contents of cleverref.sty; it looks just like normal messages that LaTeX / latexmk outputs during compilation. Are you sure you're not closing the buffer yourself by trying to get rid of those messages?
Apr
19
revised Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
explain accepted answer
Apr
19
awarded  Scholar
Apr
19
accepted Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
Mar
21
comment How to change the style of menukeys
Somehow this is really confusing in the way the manual is organized… it explains how to define styles and themes, but not how to just select an existing one as the default…
Mar
19
comment Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
Thanks. I guess you meant "a 3 line paragraph on 25pt baseline" (the fix is too short, I can't make an edit). And now I have a dilemma about which answer to accept…
Mar
19
comment Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
Sorry about the MWE… for reference, the actual code is on github. I'm curious, what are the limitations of your solution, besides changing \baselineskip inside the precis text? E.g what if \postchapterprecis is a \hrule?
Mar
18
comment Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
Thanks. I'll experiment with this and will probably accept your answer once I manage to converge to a definitive solution (or unless @DavidCarlisle comes up with some magic of his own :).
Mar
17
revised Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
screenshots of adapted solution
Mar
17
revised Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
nearly satisfying solution based on Gonzalo's
Mar
17
comment Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
@GonzaloMedina where does the \vskip\dimexpr-\baselineskip+2pt\relax come from?
Mar
17
comment Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
very nice, I will test that when I get a chance !
Mar
16
comment Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
Yes… the behavior I want is similar to list labels or hanging paragraph titles, and they go the box-and-measure-it way too… But the precis is typeset by a macro defined as \prechapterprecis #1\postchapterprecis, so it's tricky; in the end, I think I will have to forget about those hooks and redefine the whole macro, but I wonder if there is a nicer solution.
Mar
16
awarded  Editor
Mar
16
awarded  Yearling
Mar
16
revised Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
add a picture
Mar
16
awarded  Student
Mar
16
asked Ensuring a paragraph uses at least a given height?
Mar
15
answered Why draw diagrams using LaTeX when there are open source tools like OpenOffice?