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Nov
21
comment How to remove space from mathematical formulas?
@egreg If you are using \onehalfspacing (as I have to) then \begin{array}{@{}lllll@{}l@{}} looks much better. Anyway, thanks!
Nov
21
comment How to remove space from mathematical formulas?
@egreg Actually \begin{array}{@{}lllll@{}l@{}} looks like exactly what I wanted. Awesome, thank you both!
Nov
21
comment How to remove space from mathematical formulas?
On an unrelated topic: how can I get this site to display the right thing when I type $f_1($ ?
Nov
21
asked How to remove space from mathematical formulas?
Oct
15
comment URL-s are broken after merging PDF files
@diabonas Sorry, I missed that.
Oct
15
accepted URL-s are broken after merging PDF files
Oct
15
asked URL-s are broken after merging PDF files
Oct
15
accepted How to turn on/off page numbering when merging PDF files
Oct
15
revised How to turn on/off page numbering when merging PDF files
added 45 characters in body
Oct
15
asked How to turn on/off page numbering when merging PDF files
Oct
14
awarded  Yearling
Oct
9
accepted How to reference a point in a document with a counter and descriptive text?
Oct
9
comment How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
I have a follow-up question. The discussion was getting too long here so I posted it as a new question here. Could you look at it, please?
Oct
9
asked How to reference a point in a document with a counter and descriptive text?
Oct
6
comment How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
Thanks. Unfortunately, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS comes with an older refcount package and the document doesn't compile with that. Perhaps I could upgrade my LaTeX packages but the other co-authors, using institutional machines, can't. Is there a way to put this version of the refcount package under the $HOME directory and tell LaTeX to use it instead of the global one? Something like here?
Oct
5
comment How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
An unfortunate thing came up: if I reference for example drawa twice, then the everything becomes messed up. Any ideas how to solve this?
Oct
2
comment How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
Unfortunately it jumps to the line below the referenced location. I find it's very confusing that after clicking the link I cannot see the referenced place.
Oct
1
accepted How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
Oct
1
comment How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
Something is still wird. It seems to jump to itself and not to the referenced location. :(
Oct
1
comment How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
Almost :) Now the referenced point is clickable, I would need the \REF to be the link.