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5
comment pgfplots: Explicitly Setting 'Line and Mark Intersection' In Plot
@JohnKormylo I can just draw lines and manually set coordinates that positing them properly. I figured that a more appropriate solution would be readily available. I suppose I can delete this post and use the less-preferred workaround.
Jun
4
comment pgfplots: Explicitly Setting 'Line and Mark Intersection' In Plot
@Jake I hope my edit satisfactorily addresses your concern.
Jun
4
revised pgfplots: Explicitly Setting 'Line and Mark Intersection' In Plot
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Jun
4
asked pgfplots: Explicitly Setting 'Line and Mark Intersection' In Plot
Apr
4
comment Tikz: Multi-line text in the node description
Simple. Efficient. Now someone tell me why this is a bad idea.
Apr
4
revised How do I use different fonts for mathematical equations?
blockquoted the code
Apr
4
suggested suggested edit on How do I use different fonts for mathematical equations?
Apr
3
comment Phone number won't appear with achemso package except when fax is listed
Just to note, there is an offending period following the phone number. I'm OKAY with that but someone else who comes along may not be. Change \@tempb.\space\@tempa to \@tempb\space\@tempa.
Apr
3
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Apr
3
accepted Phone number won't appear with achemso package except when fax is listed
Apr
3
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Apr
3
asked Phone number won't appear with achemso package except when fax is listed
Mar
25
comment Hide all images, listings and equations?
How can I redefine the figure command to do nothing? Martin's answer doesn't work for me.
Oct
31
awarded  Commentator
Oct
31
comment Showcase TeX Typography for TUG's Calendar
+1 for the template. LaTeX newbies like me appreciate it.
Oct
30
comment Typesetting molecular transition lines, like CO 5-4
I would imagine that doing it by hand is the official way. I don't see any benefit doing it any other way for this particular example.
Oct
29
comment Inserting Images anywhere on the page
A figure can get bumped to the next page if the figure is too big to fit on the current page. Is this the case? You can modify the height (for example) of the image by using \includegraphics[height=<integer>mm]{image_name}. I've arbitrarily used mm as my dimension but other options exist.
Oct
24
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11
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Oct
7
awarded  Good Answer