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May
27
awarded  Nice Question
May
22
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May
21
revised Getting superscripts in math mode without the ^ character
clarify that my question is about LaTeX, despite my mention of MathJAx
May
21
accepted Getting superscripts in math mode without the ^ character
May
21
comment Getting superscripts in math mode without the ^ character
@ChristianHupfer But mathjax is a recognized tag at this site, as you can see. So is that really true? In any case, it is not necessarily a MathJax question. If there exists a LaTeX command like, say, \mathsuperscript{}, then that would answer my question here. I'd move on to see if MathJAx supports it.
May
21
asked Getting superscripts in math mode without the ^ character
May
7
comment Can I connect the end of an \addplot to the beginning of the next \addplot?
Thanks for this answer. I decided not to go this route because I didn't want to take care about how much to (anti)-shorten with each such connection.
May
7
answered Can I connect the end of an \addplot to the beginning of the next \addplot?
May
6
comment Can I connect the end of an \addplot to the beginning of the next \addplot?
@jpayansomet This is just an minimal working example. I am looking for a universal way to bridge these curve segments, without refining the domains further. There are too many segments in my actual project to investigate exploring all of the domains like this.
May
6
asked Can I connect the end of an \addplot to the beginning of the next \addplot?
Apr
22
comment spacing in description with items wrapped in minipage
@CarlosViegas I mean column breaking or page breaking. So the whole item, which may contain say one to five lines, never requires you to move to a new column or page to read it through. These items are textbook exercises, and even though this will be aesthetically less pleasing, it's practical for students who sometimes fail to realize there is more to the item at the top of the next page/column.
Mar
26
accepted one-column multicol environment
Mar
23
revised spacing in description with items wrapped in minipage
added 237 characters in body
Mar
22
answered spacing in description with items wrapped in minipage
Mar
22
comment spacing in description with items wrapped in minipage
I've noted that removing the top-alignment [t] from the minipages clears up the extra space at the top, but there is still missing space under each item. Also, I'd like to understand why removing the [t] clears the space at the top.
Mar
22
asked spacing in description with items wrapped in minipage
Mar
18
comment one-column multicol environment
Yes, I can write the xsl to use auxmulticols. Thanks for the answer.
Mar
18
comment one-column multicol environment
@barbarabeeton I can't find the source but I would assume it achieves single-column by simply not invoking the multicols environment. If I were writing a one-off .tex file, that would be fine. But the xsl element to this question is pushing me to try to make \begin{multicols}{1} work.
Mar
18
asked one-column multicol environment
Mar
4
comment Spacing around \left and \right
Not sure if it helps in all cases, but $f{\left(x\right)}$ loses the extra space. With an operator like \cos instead of something simple like f, additional braces around the operator are needed to kill the space: ${\cos}{\left(\theta\right)}$. Not as good as answers below, but nice to know if you aren't able to change preamble.