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answered What is the easiest way to get borders around a page in LaTeX?
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Aug
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comment Bold math using mathspec
Maybe some clever usage of \setboldmathrm command (from fontspec package) can solve this problem (but I failed).
Aug
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comment How can I get an underbrace and an overbrace to partially overlap in an equation?
@Jukka Sure, thank you.
Aug
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revised How can I get an underbrace and an overbrace to partially overlap in an equation?
$$...$$ -> \[...\]
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Jul
31
answered \pagebreak vs \newpage
Jul
31
revised Automatically numbering constants
example added
Jul
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answered Automatically numbering constants
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Jul
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comment Squeezing scientific paper to fit within page limits
Do we have "don't-do-this" tag?..
Jul
30
comment Define additional math operators to be typeset in roman
Ah, you were faster :-)
Jul
30
answered Define additional math operators to be typeset in roman
Jul
27
comment How can I get an underbrace and an overbrace to partially overlap in an equation?
@Michael I've updated the answer to include some useful info from comments. As for explanation of how to construct such things (it seems I can't make it short and easy to understand so) I hope that everything will be clear from examples.
Jul
27
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Jul
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revised How can I get an underbrace and an overbrace to partially overlap in an equation?
added 483 characters in body
Jul
27
comment Can I change the font and colour of a letter permanently?
One can use tex.stackexchange.com/questions/363/… to parse all formulas in any way (for example \applytolist{calc} from Scott's answer there does somewhat similar (although more simple) task).
Jul
27
comment How can I get an underbrace and an overbrace to partially overlap in an equation?
The only caveat is that one should be careful when using it in inline math: \lefteqn switches font to \displaystyle so one has to use \lefteqn{\textstyle ...}.
Jul
27
comment How can I get an underbrace and an overbrace to partially overlap in an equation?
@Michael No, why? Anything like $$0+ \lefteqn{\overbrace{\phantom{1+2+3}}}1+ \underbrace{2+3+\overbrace{x+y+z}+ \lefteqn{\overbrace{\phantom{4+5}}}4}+5$$ works just fine.
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