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May
13
comment Converting LaTeX to HTML5
Could you be a little more explicit in your question? What do you mean by "great rendering"? I know very little about HTML5 so I have no idea even what sort of thing you mean. When I look at the source of a sample "Crocodoc" document in FireBug then I don't see anything special. There's a lot of CSS controlling the word spacing and line protrusion so I'm not convinced that this is an example of "great conversion".
May
13
answered In beamer class, how do I remove the additional vertical space before an itemize environment?
May
12
comment How to make overlay still work inside lstlisting environment?
@Tobi: Post it here. It fits here. (I'd also like to take this opportunity to apologise to Herbert for cluttering up his inbox with irrelevant comments! - Irrelevant to his answer, that is. Tobi, if there's anything more you wish to say or ask on this, we should continue in the chat room.)
May
12
comment Laying out an enumerate environment evenly in two columns with a picture in between
You flagged it for deletion and it was deleted. I then objected to the deletion as deleting the question also deleted my answer (not that I particularly value the answer, it's the principle that I was concerned with). This has led to a meta question: meta.tex.stackexchange.com/q/1341/86
May
12
comment How to make overlay still work inside lstlisting environment?
@Tobi: Post it. Sounds useful (I can imagine uses for that in mathematical lectures too).
May
12
comment Possible to avoid re-compilation of unmodified part of LaTeX document?
TikZ already has something near to the capability that you ask for, at least in the 2.10 version. Look at the documentation for the external library.
May
12
comment Double arrow in TikZ?
For the "strike out", take a look at the answers to the question: tex.stackexchange.com/q/3161/86
May
12
comment How to make overlay still work inside lstlisting environment?
@Tobi: That should have been posted as a fresh question. Buried here in a comment, almost no-one will see it.
May
12
comment Replacing “and” by “og” and “In”by “I” in references and bibliograpy using natbib
Sorry ... couldn't resist.
May
12
comment Possible to avoid re-compilation of unmodified part of LaTeX document?
For the TikZ part, you can use the external library. This works nicely in TikZ/PGF 2.10 (not sure about earlier versions). For more, read the relevant section in the manual or browse the questions on this site starting with: tex.stackexchange.com/q/45/86
May
12
answered Laying out an enumerate environment evenly in two columns with a picture in between
May
12
comment Replacing “and” by “og” and “In”by “I” in references and bibliograpy using natbib
Jeg synes at det er også nødvendig å endre "In " til "I ". (For å være komplett, skulle ord som "Volume" også endres). Med disse tre endringene, fant jeg 13 ord som skulle endres. Filen er ganske lang (for lang for å inkluderer som et svar) men endringene skje på linjer 121, 232, 325, 475, 597, 598, 641, 644, 652, 688, 691, 694, 1111. (Ellers send meg en e-post og jeg kan sende filen.)
May
11
comment Use CSS-style color specifications in xcolor?
@Marcin: Check your browser and internet connection. I just loaded that page with no problems.
May
11
answered Use CSS-style color specifications in xcolor?
May
11
comment Beamer overlays and XYpic
Probably because, as Matthew commented, none of them could remember how to do arrows in XY so they couldn't test their suggestions easily. (The moral being that your minimal working example was too minimal!) But it's great that you decoded them enough to figure out the answer yourself.
May
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
11
comment Is there a picture showing all the lengths used in lists?
How many answers are you going to give?
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
11
comment A good graphics program?
@Matthew: do you mean this one: tex.stackexchange.com/q/205/86
May
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comment Is there a picture showing all the lengths used in lists?
Very nice. I'd be interested in seeing the source of that document ...