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Jul
24
comment Abbreviated first names without spaces in between?
Since I already have to use a hacked BST anyway, one more hack really doesn't matter :) Option 1 works perfectly, thanks!
Jul
22
comment Abbreviated first names without spaces in between?
@Habi Could you expand on that one, please?
Dec
3
comment Braces in equations
And the answer is upvoted and accepted :)
Dec
3
comment Braces in equations
"please always post complete documents showing all relevant packages loaded, not just fragments" Yes, I understand the importance of that. Unfortunately, it is not a very practical advice: I have to use some legacy style file doing all sorts of black magic. Believe me, nobody wants to deal with that legacy file. In any case, please add to your answer "By playing with the 10pt and 30pt in my answer you can make the brace any size at all.", I would like to accept it. Thanks!
Dec
3
comment Braces in equations
Thanks, it is almost OK, please check my updated question, and how it looks on my machine. Could you make the brace on the right make a little bit smaller so that it only encloses the equations? That is, the uppermost part should go only to the top of F_1 but do not enclose the upper brace and goes down to F_i inclusive.
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 $f_1($ ?
Oct
15
comment URL-s are broken after merging PDF files
@diabonas Sorry, I missed that.
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
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
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.
Oct
1
comment How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
Yes, the output is correct, thanks. But I also need it to be clickable (link) that is why I am using the hyperref package. Unfortunately your code doesn't compile with hyperref. :(
Oct
1
comment How to refer back to a point in the document with custom counters?
Yes, exactly, in the order of the \REF commands.
Oct
1
comment How to label a word inside a paragraph?
As it turned out, I would need more. Could you please check my new question?
Jul
20
comment dvips: warning: no config file for `amz'
OK, your command generated the right thing: the PDF file contains only Type 1 and 1C fonts. Thanks! :)
Jul
20
comment dvips: warning: no config file for `amz'
Many thanks for the answer! A colleague of mine tried pdflatex (I don't know the details what and how) but the resulting pdf still contained Type 3 fonts. In this case I could use pdflatex but in most cases I am forced to use latex unfortunately. I will try your suggestions and get back to you.