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answered How to define a point between two points?
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comment LaTeX is crossing its limits
How can the mbox (or pair of braces) lead to suboptimal layout if the text changes in the future?
Apr
15
revised Text Wrapping in tikz node doesn't work
deleted 34 characters in body
Apr
15
comment Text in quote style with caption
I'm not the OP, who knows, maybe he wants figure. But isn't it nicer with "quote"? (Also, it seems that you have a useless label in the body of \captionof.)
Apr
15
answered Text Wrapping in tikz node doesn't work
Apr
15
comment Text Wrapping in tikz node doesn't work
You can add hyphenation points with \-. It will break the text at that point if need be, otherwise it will be invisible. Still not 100% automatic of course.
Apr
15
comment Text Wrapping in tikz node doesn't work
Oh, right, I was only seeing it in "MB". Sorry, deleting my comment.
Apr
15
comment How to use qpdf via latexmk?
The problem with this approach is that you run the postprocessing as many times as you run pdflatex. It would be nice to be able to apply it only to the final .pdf, after the citations and references are resolved.
Apr
15
comment Text in quote style with caption
Before looking at your example, I thought that the caption would be "Quote 1: foo bar" and cleveref would have picked the "quote" name for the reference. ;(
Apr
14
comment Increments in \foreach loop with two variables, TikZ
For this specific case, looping over \x only and computing \y with \pgfmathtruncatemacro{\y}{10*(\x-7)} seems to work. Can this be applied to your original problem as well?
Apr
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Function not plotted between 0 and 1
Apr
8
comment MiKTeX package repository down for maintenance, Info available? / How to switch repositories?
Maybe this question could be rephrased as a generic FAQ about repository outages? What does it mean, how long does it last, what should I do, etc? Similar example for reference: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/53107/…
Apr
8
revised Page-wide table in two-column mode
added 69 characters in body
Apr
8
comment Add own macros to “.emacs”
On the other hand, auctex has a powerful auto-parsing mechanism for such user-defined commands, it might be an even better idea to investigate how to get it to parse your .lco files.
Apr
8
comment Add own macros to “.emacs”
eval-after-load sounds safer to initialise a variable session-wise. With a hook, the code will be run everytime you open a new file, and the variable may get cluttered with instances of your command.
Apr
7
comment Table won't stay anchored in two colums article
Two-columns floats can either go on a page of their own (p) or on top of the page (t), h or b is simply ignored. You can find more details (much more, actually!) in this question: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/39017/…
Apr
2
comment Reference to List Items in Theorem Environment with Label Type “Theorem”
Of course, if you always want the label to be (i), you can simply override this ref parameter, either globally or locally. But I understand you want to do this on a per-\ref basis, not per-\label.
Apr
2
comment Reference to List Items in Theorem Environment with Label Type “Theorem”
@tim6her : I believe you should ask it as a follow-up question. Note that even without the \crefalias tweak, \ref and \autoref still include the theorem number in the label. That's because this number is included the moment the label is defined, from ref=\thethm.(\roman{thmlisti}). I cannot think of any simple way out of this.
Mar
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Biblatex-apa trouble: missing package?
Mar
17
reviewed No Action Needed Ordering references sequentially, instead of alphabetically, using bibliography style “spbasic”