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awarded  Yearling
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17
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
25
comment Place to `tikzpicture` next to each other on a slide
Indeed, thank you!
Jul
25
revised Place to `tikzpicture` next to each other on a slide
added 18 characters in body
Jul
25
asked Place to `tikzpicture` next to each other on a slide
Jul
24
comment Automatically generate section title slides in beamer?
I tried to just use \AtBeginSection{\frame{\sectionpage}}, I get a ! Missing \endgroup inserted. at the very end of the document. Do you have an idea what is causing this or should I ask a full question?
Jul
6
comment LaTeX “under construction”, “in work” or “work in progress” symbols
height=1ex is probably in the right direction. Maybe 1.5ex. Then it is the same height as the font.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
25
asked Change line to “dashed” without changing markers
May
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awarded  Notable Question
May
9
comment Finding a file in various locations
@cfr: Other people will clone the git repository containing the main file and also clone the repository that contains the bibliography into a location related to the first. So that link would have to be set up for every other user.
May
8
asked Finding a file in various locations
May
8
comment Adding contents for the end of the document in the preamble
I just tried it out, the \AtEndDocument does the trick.
May
8
accepted Adding contents for the end of the document in the preamble
May
8
comment Adding contents for the end of the document in the preamble
I was browsing the Wikibook and found a section on modular documents. I thought it packages were more complex, but that paragraph was sufficient.
May
8
comment Adding contents for the end of the document in the preamble
It is just the \printbibliography of biblatex, so that does not really fix too much.
May
8
revised Adding contents for the end of the document in the preamble
Add code snippet
May
8
asked Adding contents for the end of the document in the preamble
May
5
awarded  Nice Question
May
4
comment Why does `x_\text y` work?
So far, everything that has an @ lets me think about it being internal and that I do not need to think about it, if I just want to use it. Kind of like assembly language. I just had no idea that there are so many layers of expansion to it.