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Mar
19
comment Make Characters Active via Macro in Math Mode
For the colour changing, can I point out this question: tex.stackexchange.com/q/335/86 Based on this, I had a working method that I used happily for many years.
Mar
18
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
17
revised What are the pros and cons of using hard wrapping, and why is it so common with LaTeX?
Updated link to point to new home
Mar
17
revised What are the advantages of using version control (git, CVS etc) in LaTeX documents
Updated link to point to new home
Mar
17
revised How to format source to take advantage of VCS?
Updated link to the "excellent description"
Mar
17
comment Converting LaTeX into Unicode for email
@Ruslan Thanks for spotting that.
Mar
17
revised Converting LaTeX into Unicode for email
Fixed link to code
Mar
17
revised Replace the `$$ … $$` macro with the `\[ … \]` macros? - Prefer the way LaTeX lays it out, but `$` are faster to write
Updated link to point to github
Mar
17
comment Enumeration of equations in the double dollar math mode
The script that Benjamin McKay links to has moved. It is now at github.com/loopspace/debuck
Mar
17
revised Editor that replaces only text inside math environments
Updated links to point to github
Mar
9
answered How to get around a problem with \usetikzlibrary{babel}?
Mar
7
answered Arrow to constant in align environment using tikz
Mar
7
comment Refer to a node in tikz that will be defined “in the future” (two passes)?
@Rmano Thanks for the bounty. Always nice when an answer is appreciated.
Mar
6
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
1
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Mar
1
answered PDF/Braids undefined control sequence
Mar
1
answered package(s) for creating knot diagrams
Feb
27
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Feb
27
comment Refer to a node in tikz that will be defined “in the future” (two passes)?
@percusse "And lo! before me was a great multitude and each bore a mark: the tikzmark. And I was sore afeard."