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Dec
11
revised tikz externalization and multiple axis using \ref and \label for legendentry
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Dec
11
suggested approved edit on tikz externalization and multiple axis using \ref and \label for legendentry
Dec
9
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Dec
4
accepted ylabel style when axis y line=right
Dec
4
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
4
comment Is there a ditto symbol?
I'm using it in a table where I'm starved for space and my entries are "primary, raw", "primary, smoothed", "secondary, raw", "secondary, smoothed". I don't have space to fit primary/secondary and smoothed/raw in its own column, nor to write it out in full, so I opt for "primary, raw", "---, smoothed", "secondary, raw", "secondary, ---", which saves a centimetre or two.
Dec
1
comment mhchem and beamer: use of `\ce` in title gives `Undefined control sequence.`
I will probably do that. Indeed, I have a working example but it's not very minimal...
Dec
1
accepted mhchem and beamer: use of `\ce` in title gives `Undefined control sequence.`
Dec
1
comment mhchem and beamer: use of `\ce` in title gives `Undefined control sequence.`
Hmm. Although it solves the problem posted in the question, it has side-effects for the layout of the poster I'm trying to make.
Dec
1
asked mhchem and beamer: use of `\ce` in title gives `Undefined control sequence.`
Nov
2
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
14
comment Drawing coaxial cables: TikZ or pstricks
@MomoTh You should try to figure out exactly what the problem is and then post it as a new question.
Oct
9
comment Working with labels
possible duplicate of custom counter and cross-referencing
Oct
9
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Sep
26
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Sep
24
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Sep
1
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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Jun
25
comment How do I get numbered entries in a beamer bibliography
When using biblatex+biber, karlkoellers answer results in all items labelled [0], but @GonzaloMedina's answer works correctly.
Jun
2
comment What is the difference between square brackets and curly brackets in a command invocation?
There is also <n>; used, for example, in beamer.