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accepted Recreate .dbj file from information found in .bst file
Aug
31
revised makebst 'initial error'
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Aug
31
revised Tweaking makebst output (chicago-style citation)
tag
Aug
31
revised Error message when trying to 'latex makebst'
Tag, minor formatting
Aug
31
revised Eliminating URL in bbl file, and makebst
Tag, minor formatting
Aug
31
revised Recreate .dbj file from information found in .bst file
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Aug
30
answered Recreate .dbj file from information found in .bst file
Aug
30
asked Recreate .dbj file from information found in .bst file
Aug
25
comment Spacing too large with double subscript
@LaRiFaRi: I've sent a message to Michael Sharpe, the author and maintainer of newtxmath.
Aug
25
revised Spacing too large with double subscript
added 85 characters in body
Aug
25
comment Spacing too large with double subscript
Can I fix the kerning myself, so that perhaps I can later show my findings to the font designer/package author?
Aug
25
comment Spacing too large with double subscript
Is it just me, or is the spacing before $p$ still too wide?
Aug
25
asked Spacing too large with double subscript
Aug
25
answered How to use showkeys with hyperref?
Aug
24
comment Automatically insert “in the next [chapter/section/subsection]” if reference is sequential
"The next section" -- at the beginning of the sentence (just like \Cref).
Aug
24
comment Automatically insert “in the next [chapter/section/subsection]” if reference is sequential
A command \Mtref (in the same spirit as \Cref) seems to be necessary, too. I copy-pasted the definition, but perhaps there's a nicer solution?
Aug
22
comment Variable chapter references
Does touhami's solution posted as a response to a related question work for you?
Aug
22
comment Relative chapter references
Does touhami's answer to a related question solve the issues mentioned here?
Aug
22
revised Automatically insert “in the next [chapter/section/subsection]” if reference is sequential
added 231 characters in body
Aug
22
comment Automatically insert “in the next [chapter/section/subsection]” if reference is sequential
Thanks for your efforts. I decided to award the bounty to @touhami for better interop with cleveref and hyperref.