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Apr
22
comment What is the easiest way to generate a compact bibliography?
N.B.: \clearfield{eventdate} does not work in current versions of biblatex (styles building on standard.bbx). It may be necessary to do something like \renewbibmacro*{event+venue+date}{\newunit}.
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accepted How do I occasionally use standard style citation instead of shorthand
Feb
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comment How do I occasionally use standard style citation instead of shorthand
Hmm, I get the error ! Package biblatex Error: Bibliography macro 'cite:postnote' undefined..
Feb
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comment How do I occasionally use standard style citation instead of shorthand
Nice, so an intermediate solution \newcommand*{\citenosh}[2][]{\AtNextCitekey{\clearfield{shorthand}}\cite[#1]{#2‌​}} is also possible.
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Feb
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comment How do I occasionally use standard style citation instead of shorthand
@MarcvanDongen: I was hoping for something within biblatex, which would hopefully preserve hyperlinks. (I am aware of macros.)
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asked How do I occasionally use standard style citation instead of shorthand
Dec
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comment Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends
@MarcelKorpel Also with wrapfigure; it allows you to extend into the margin: \begin{wrapfigure}{o}[\headextend]{0pt}<content>\end{wrapfigure}, where \headextend is appropriately defined. I advise you to read the wrapfigure documentation (in the style file) and play with it a bit to get to know it.
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comment How to use siunitx with non numerical values?
@leftaroundabout: This is useful when using scaling variables, e.g., 25α dB, where α is the scaling variable.
Aug
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comment Typeset an upright ell
For those for which this is not obvious: \uell is fragile, so be ready to \protect it when using it in headings and the like.
Aug
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comment Typeset an upright ell
Another possible reason: the \ell in $\ell^p$-space is a constant, and ‘should’ therefore be set upright (as far as I know nobody does this, however).
Aug
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comment What are underfull hboxes and vboxes and how can I get rid of them?
@WaldirLeoncio The point here is to do hyphenation explicitly to fix a local problem, so your comment is off-topic, albeit correct.
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May
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comment Separate sectioning titles for main text, headings, and toc for line breaking purposes
To answer the question in my own comment above: first exchange #2 and #3 and then replace all occurrences of #3 by \IfNoValueTF{#3}{#4}{#3}. To make things explicit, after this exchange, #1 corresponds to the section level, #2 to the optional <ToC>, #3 to the optional <header>, and #4 to the mandatory <title>, which is also used for <header> if the second optional argument is omitted or for <ToC> <header> if both optional arguments are omitted.
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accepted Separate sectioning titles for main text, headings, and toc for line breaking purposes
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comment Separate sectioning titles for main text, headings, and toc for line breaking purposes
What would I need to change to get \section[<ToC>][<header>]{<title>} and \section[<ToC>]{<header-and-title>}?