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accepted Bitcoin symbol in LaTeX
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revised Bitcoin symbol in LaTeX
added 110 characters in body
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asked Bitcoin symbol in LaTeX
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answered How can I get no header but still get “page x of y” in footer?
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answered TikZ: How to rotate and then shift?
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answered Big Parenthesis in an Equation
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accepted Custom switches (such as for underlining)
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19
comment Custom switches (such as for underlining)
I'm using ulem, but I thought \underline would make the question clearer.
Dec
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asked Custom switches (such as for underlining)
Dec
14
comment remove boldface from chapter titles, section and subsection names
What document class are you using? If it's one of the KOMA classes (scr...) then you can use \setkomafont{sectioning}{ instructions } to change the behavior. \normalfont in the argument would should take the bold away then.
Dec
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accepted Multiple marks on a path
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12
answered Create an array in TikZ with \underbrace in different colors
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accepted TikZ: complicated paths, e.g. for complex integrals
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comment Want a big table in top-center of a two-column article page
I was about to suggest to use the multicol package, but you're already loading that one - without using it. Currently, you're relying on twocolumn in the documentclass; delete that and then use \begin{multicols}{2} blocks around your text to achieve the same result. However, I'm not sure whether that will help with your actual problem. (Separate multicols environments around every table will probably mess up the layout.)