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Jun
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comment XeLaTeX in TeXworks can't find xdvipdfmx, crashes
The solution is to change the compilation command in TeXstudio's preferences pane to: /usr/texbin/xelatex -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode -output-driver="/usr/texbin/xdvipdfmx -q -E" %.tex The output-driver is specified explicitly.
Mar
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comment Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends
Any possibility of our German friends here at TeX StackExchange translating this preamble?
Feb
12
revised Booktabs table with multirows: alternative to vertical rules?
Adding a somewhat satisfactory resolution.
Feb
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revised Booktabs table with multirows: alternative to vertical rules?
Adding a somewhat satisfactory resolution.
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Feb
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comment Booktabs table with multirows: alternative to vertical rules?
@cfr - Unfortunately, this is for a journal that enforces booktabs (and for good reasons, I might say). If you are curious this is table 2 here: biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/s12859-015-0467-6.pdf The table looks terrible in the proof typeset version they have now sent me because they haven't used the trimming options in cmidrule and the midrules overflow beyond the curly brackets. The table had colours earlier but they made me rip out the colours: i.imgur.com/rZMgQrV.png I came here because I was pretty much out of ideas. :)
Feb
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comment Booktabs table with multirows: alternative to vertical rules?
@Werner Great point, thanks! I am collapsing Thing2 and Thing3 together into a single column.
Feb
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comment Booktabs table with multirows: alternative to vertical rules?
@ChrisS Thanks, I did try repeating the items. Somehow the table starts to look redundant. :/
Feb
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comment Booktabs table with multirows: alternative to vertical rules?
@Werner Yes, they do. Do you think there is a way to arrange this better?
Feb
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comment \midrule splits vertical lines in table
Not a purist answer, but I usually try and trick vertical lines into a table using a workaround such as this.
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