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Apr
13
awarded  Commentator
Apr
13
comment Table subnumbering 1a, 1b, etc
If you haven't read the subfloat documentation, then it is not clear from the answer at the link above that you need to use \begin{subtables} \end{subtables} for tables instead of subfigures
Apr
9
comment How do I use \tcbline
Oops...sorry about that. Thanks Thomas. F. Sturm and TeX SO community!
Apr
9
accepted How do I use \tcbline
Apr
9
comment How do I use \tcbline
Excellent package and great response!
Apr
9
asked How do I use \tcbline
Jan
4
comment Is there a LaTeX wrapper for use in Google Docs?
@cfr Thanks for the suggestion. I purposefully choose this format because people can sometimes miss out on comments when there is a large number of them.
Oct
23
answered Is there a LaTeX wrapper for use in Google Docs?
May
19
answered How to send an email with LaTeX
Oct
4
awarded  Teacher
Oct
4
answered Paths in TeXStudio
Mar
21
comment Advanced math icon help in TeXlipse
@Torbjørn T. You have done just that ("answered my question") by pointing out similar feature requests from others. By the way, the TeXlipse release notes show that they are working on these improvements slowly and steadily...and thanks for your help.
Mar
19
comment Advanced math icon help in TeXlipse
@Torbjørn T. That is exactly what I did here but to no avail.
Mar
14
awarded  Supporter
Mar
14
comment Advanced math icon help in TeXlipse
@egreg, I do agree with you on the use of manual line breaks but do you get my point that there is no mention at all of an \underbrace (for example) in TeXlipse, whereas you find them easily in TeXmaker/TeXstudio/LyX...? Good code completion would require that you provide at least for what can be used.
Mar
14
asked Advanced math icon help in TeXlipse
Sep
22
awarded  Scholar
Sep
22
accepted How does one use \node[inner node]{}?
Sep
15
comment How does one use \node[inner node]{}?
@Caramdir Exactly what I needed. Now I'm learning PGF by leaps and bounds...
Sep
15
comment How does one use \node[inner node]{}?
Ok, I get it now. What I initially wanted was a filled black circle at the end of each edge of the tree like in Till Tantau's figure. The above code puts it somewhere in the middle. I tried using node[at end] without much success...