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accepted Strange PDF issue for Adobe Acrobat on Linux reading a document produced in latex
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comment Strange PDF issue for Adobe Acrobat on Linux reading a document produced in latex
This did it! Thank you!!
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comment How to combine package acronym and hyphenation?
@Halladba, it cant hurt to leave the question so that someone could find it if they are having the same issue..
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comment Strange PDF issue for Adobe Acrobat on Linux reading a document produced in latex
@Caramdir. Sorry, I'll edit my question to include a proper MWE if your answer does not fix the problem.. Can you explain why hyperref should always be last? Thank you!
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comment Strange PDF issue for Adobe Acrobat on Linux reading a document produced in latex
Thank you!! I'll have to wait until Tuesday to test out the changes, but this seems believable.
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revised Strange PDF issue for Adobe Acrobat on Linux reading a document produced in latex
minor grammar edit
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comment Centering a TikZ picture around an area
Great question, I was just wondering this!
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accepted Command for text in math mode that does not become italicized inside theorem statements
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comment Command for text in math mode that does not become italicized inside theorem statements
Actually, the \textrm one does not work for me, but the text normal does. Thanks for the tip!
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comment Command for text in math mode that does not become italicized inside theorem statements
Ah, see, I did not know about these. I'll give these a try, thanks!
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comment Command for text in math mode that does not become italicized inside theorem statements
But does this not mess up the spacing afterwards? I would like to write something like $Ent(\mu|\Leb)$ and have the Leb act just like it would with \nu in its place, in terms of spacing. Maybe I just got the wrong idea about how DeclareMathOperator works..