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Apr
24
comment Quote marks - Inverted L / Gamma symbol style?
@ChristianHupfer: I should imagine so! Perhaps the OP would like to know what they are...
Apr
24
comment Quote marks - Inverted L / Gamma symbol style?
@ChristianHupfer: does this help? \documentclass{article}\begin{document}\end{document}
Apr
23
comment Aligned underbraces between amsmath equations
This doesn't really work in general if the things being grouped don't happen to have the right length for alignment to happen by accident.
Apr
23
comment Aligned underbraces between amsmath equations
The spacing will not quite be right, but worse still, it doesn't allow the OP to underbrace and align only a part of the expression as described in the question.
Apr
22
comment How do I “bake in” cross references?
If this is just a question of a journal wanting everything tied up for them in a single file with a pretty little bow on it, you can always make a separate file to send to them, inputting the contents of the .aux file in between \makeatletter and \makeatother, with Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V.
Apr
17
comment How to point an equation to a curve
The original had the dollar signs in it before my edit, this is not really Ignasi's fault.
Apr
16
comment How to point an equation to a curve
N.B. You should not use math-mode for italics. I've revised your code for this, and also to remove the scroll-bars, but without changing much else.
Apr
16
comment a commutative diagram compatible with group actions
Is there any particular style that you would like for your arrows (e.g. their orientation, their location relative to A, B, C, etc.)?
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
[slaps head] Well, that should have been obvious! @LuisFelipe: I recommend you accept this answer instead.
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
Would you recommend any techniques for answering the OP's follow up question (in a comment on my answer: "what would be the best way then to have a number on the first line as well")?
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
This looks as though it would be handy in simple use-cases in documents where you want to have good numbering either on the left or on the right (e.g. in conjunction with leqno).
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
To clarify what I meant, I mean e.g. &\phantom{{}={}} -3 + 4 \nonumber\\ . This will still shift the material on the RHS to the right of the equality symbol, and furthermore will do it by exactly the right amount, by construction.
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
Wouldn't \phantom{{}={}} be better to get the exact spacing?
Apr
10
comment Aligning equations with two equal signs
It doesn't compile on the site: users compile it locally and upload images of the compiled result. So you should check that your code compiles on your computer. (I would recommend that if you're posting something that looks like a complete document, that it include the \begin{document} ... \end{document} as well!)
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
@LuisFelipe: I don't have as clever a trick for that. My solution would be \begin{align} x ={}& 22 + 2 \\={}& 5+3 \notag\\& -3+4 \notag\\& +15-0 \end{align} (note the use of \notag before each line break which is not meant to generate an equation number).
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
Actually, the way the OP is trying to use aligned can only put the equation number on the same line as the equals sign. At least one of them will be misplaced. See below for a solution.
Apr
10
comment Aligning equations with two equal signs
Is there a reason you specifically recommend a different alignment than that asked for by the OP? This doesn't look too bad, but it is basically just left-aligning everything after Eqn.(1), and arbitrarily doing so at the equality symbol of Eqn.(1).
Apr
10
comment Aligning equations with two equal signs
You should probably revise your answer so that it compiles. But what about the alignment asked for by the OP?
Dec
18
comment LaTeX vs Word; improvements of LaTeX over the years
Is it easy, in Word, to write equations? How about inline math? Is it easy to write a document template? Do you still have to struggle against the software when trying to create a bulleted or numbered list? Word may indeed have shown substantial improvement, but this is not the same as it being worthwhile to use. If the best thing to be said about Word documents is that you don't have to use Word to edit them... why wouldn't one use LaTeX instead?
Dec
3
comment How to do fractions
N.B. On the actual TeX Stackexchange site, rendering of (La)TeX is disabled, which is why your test in the comment above didn't work.