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Jan
23
comment Vertical Chinese text with XeTeX
The link to the thread in the CTeX forum has changed, it now is bbs.ctex.org/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=45054
Dec
21
accepted How to use \lowertitleback without \maketitle but with titlepage
Oct
7
awarded  Yearling
Oct
5
asked How to use \lowertitleback without \maketitle but with titlepage
Oct
4
accepted Loading a font via package or fontspec
Oct
4
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
3
comment Loading a font via package or fontspec
@Thérèse If you were to make an answer out of your comments, I would gladly accept that answer.
Sep
28
revised SUSY particles Feynman diagrams
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Sep
28
suggested approved edit on SUSY particles Feynman diagrams
Sep
14
comment Symmetric HEADER and FOOTER in LaTeX
It seems odd to have an alternating layout for a beamer document, as it was intended for presentations, where I would find such a detail very distracting. If you are only preparing this for printing, I would advise you to look into a different documentclass.
Aug
30
revised Changing Chinese Font Size
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Aug
30
suggested approved edit on Changing Chinese Font Size
Jul
30
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
1
comment Why are subfigures stacked when I want them side-by-side?
I heard that the subfigure package has been obsolete for nearly a decade.
Mar
19
answered Acronyms - Best practice to use during the text and create acronym page
Mar
15
comment Acronyms - Best practice to use during the text and create acronym page
With the glossaries package, you can define the acronym, then use the shorthand command anywhere you want and glossaries will figure out where you used it first. Glossaries will then (according to how you set it up) automatically print the long form at the first occurrence of the command and the abbreviation any time after this.
Jan
26
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
27
revised Subscript glyphs in OpenType math fonts. Where are they?
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Dec
27
suggested approved edit on Subscript glyphs in OpenType math fonts. Where are they?
Dec
27
comment Subscript glyphs in OpenType math fonts. Where are they?
In OpenType fonts, those glyphs normally are not assigned a proper code point but rather stored in the font file as uncoded entities. Therefore, they cannot be accessed via any Unicode code point, because there is none (this is only partially true as some letterforms actually have their proper codepoint, but not all). The subscript forms thus have to be accessed typing in the regular letters and using the appropriate OpenType font feature, subs.