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Jan
30
comment subfigures in array
multirow is not necessary, as can already be seen by answers on the linked question and now also to your question. Next time you ask a question add, please, a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. It will be much easier for us to reproduce your situation and find out what the issue is when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document}.
Jan
30
revised subfigures in array
code markup
Jan
30
reviewed Reviewed subfigures in array
Jan
30
comment subfigures in array
Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format.
Jan
30
revised Directory structure for a large CTAN package upload
edited tags
Jan
29
revised Output all entries in Gloss, no text being produced
edited tags
Jan
29
revised Reducing vertical space between heading of Glossaries package
deleted 8 characters in body; edited tags
Jan
29
comment Output all entries in Gloss, no text being produced
@EthanSpitz: For cases like this you should create an own compile command instead of changing the original arguments.
Jan
29
reviewed Approve Color box issue
Jan
29
answered Diagonal strikeout starting too low and ending too high
Jan
29
revised Special Table with Diagonal lines
pointing to improved version
Jan
29
comment Special Table with Diagonal lines
Nope, I see clearly \documentclass{minimal}, BTW already in the older version.
Jan
29
comment Special Table with Diagonal lines
Just as remark: Why should the minimal class be avoided?.
Jan
29
comment Diagonal strikeout starting too low and ending too high
Just as remark: See Why should the minimal class be avoided?.
Jan
29
comment Special Table with Diagonal lines
Nobody noticed until now. Clear answer: Yes! If the change is big, then add the new code below the other and point to this better version before the older version.
Jan
29
comment What is the scheme of fonts naming in PDFs generated by LaTeX and other software?
I think so, I just wanted to add this.
Jan
29
comment What is the scheme of fonts naming in PDFs generated by LaTeX and other software?
What is shown depends clearly also on the PDF Viewer/Editor: I do see these tags neither with Adobe Reader nor with PDF-XChange Viewer (both in Windows) for a document, where the fonts are emmbedded as subsets (which is stated in the document properties).
Jan
29
comment Makeglossaries - cannot compile glossary list
@user1985459: There is already an older question,that looks like a solution first, but I suspect it does not really help: How to makeglossaries with TeXworks?.
Jan
29
comment Makeglossaries - cannot compile glossary list
@user1985459: BTW A suggestion: Do us a favour and change your username to something more telling than "user1234".
Jan
28
comment Makeglossaries - cannot compile glossary list
@cmhughes: But only, when it also runs on command line without arara.