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Mar
9
awarded  Informed
Mar
7
comment how to generate Mathematica code into more-appealing LaTeX code?
I believe there is also a command Latex[%] (or similar). BTW... Wonderful trick @HenriMenke
Mar
7
comment Installation of TexStudio and MikTex in Ubuntu 12.04 LTE
@wafeeq Nice to heard that! Cheers
Mar
7
comment Installation of TexStudio and MikTex in Ubuntu 12.04 LTE
BTW Welcome to the Forum!! ;-)
Mar
7
comment Installation of TexStudio and MikTex in Ubuntu 12.04 LTE
It is factible that some packages are missing in the default texlive installation... it you have space in the Hard Drive, try using the full installation of texlive. Through terminal use the command line sudo apt-get install texlive-full or look up for texlive-full in the Software Center Manager (or whatever the name is!)
Mar
4
accepted PgfGantt: Customization of canvas to mark Vacations
Mar
3
asked PgfGantt: Customization of canvas to mark Vacations
Feb
18
comment Breaking equation through pages
@barbarabeeton Your comment is as accurate as it can be! The package was not designed to allow page-breaking of equations. I was hoping that someone could help with a tweak to (say) enhance the package to include this feature! I know it is unlikely, but if anyone can help, it should be around the forum... Isn't it? XD (Note: that I'd like to help, but my programming skills are not as developed as I'd like them to be)
Feb
18
asked Breaking equation through pages
Feb
12
answered How to make url in footnote clickable?
Feb
12
answered Stickers on Thesis paper
Feb
11
comment How to put a text label *before* an equation?
Better than my suggestion! Thank you for the trick!
Feb
11
comment How to put a text label *before* an equation?
In case you don't need the label (6), you could use the command \tag{(P)} together with \label for your equation. It will change the (6) by (P), and each time you call the equation it compiler put a (P). Note: the package amsmath needs to be loaded.
Feb
11
comment Error in url reference
I'm not sure it is the answer you are looking for, but the hyperref package have a command \url{ } which allow to write a url address inside without necessity of scape special characters.
Feb
11
revised Error in url reference
code text improved
Feb
11
suggested suggested edit on Error in url reference
Feb
11
comment Converting a {classicthesis} book into a .doc file
I guess there is not a complete solution for your problem, however, if you are willing to do some work of formatting, you could try to use pandoc to transform your LaTeX to org (this is a text markup language developed by emacs users) which can be exported to ODT format. After that, with your LibreOffice or OpenOffice suite, can be saved as doc file. Uffff... it sound hard, and additionally the exports might not be perfect, so you have to check each step!
Feb
7
answered cannot create longtable
Feb
7
comment Tabular derivations with bussproofs
I bit more complex: pbrd.co/LEHDx8
Feb
7
comment Tabular derivations with bussproofs
I did one of the Wiki examples, pbrd.co/LEFeT6 Still don't get what do you want. Could you provide a figure you'd like to reproduce?