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comment Alignment of siunitx S-column looks bad with big numbers
I ended up using less digits and putting the exponent into the header. The tables look way better now. Could you transform your comment into an answer, so that I could accept it.
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accepted Using a negative space \! to differentiate between functions and products
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comment Punctuation around citations
You mean this should be migrated to Academia? How do you do this with numerical citations?
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comment How to protect text from being split by a float?
You should not use eqnarray since it has incorrect spacing and may print over the equation number. Use align instead.
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comment Short links in BibTeX
I was thinking of supplying the shortened link additionally. Short URLs do not say anything, and they might not be permanent. QR Code is pretty cool. But if somebody has a smartphone, they might end up reading my document as a PDF there anyway.
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Add bit.ly example
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comment Using a negative space \! to differentiate between functions and products
When should I use it then? Double superscript? Fractions?
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comment Using a negative space \! to differentiate between functions and products
While we are at it: Is f(x^2) a case where \left( already makes sense, or should the ^2 protrude a little?
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comment Using a negative space \! to differentiate between functions and products
@Alex In this case, yes. But that is just a simple example. This is about typesetting, not algebra.
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comment Using a negative space \! to differentiate between functions and products
If I have a bigger expression and have to use \left, is that space wanted then?