in my paper the text inside theorem is italic while the word Theorem 1 is bold and not italic. I would like to have a title of the theorem also not italic. The example is here:
Theorem 1. (The title) ...
I would like to global define the theorem environment such that the name of the thereom (like ABC in the following example) is emphasized (either \textit or \textbf), how can I do that?
I know I can ...
I am trying to achieve the following output with mdframed, but I can't. I did the proof in the attached picture below with thmtools, but I am abandoning it because some of my proofs are very long and ...
I have defined a newtheorem style and I want to shift the theoreme a little bit below from the rest, but I don't get it right.
I have something like this :
I'm new to overleaf so I'm using a template to make a list of Theorems, Definitions, Axioms, etc.
It looks pretty messy because it looks like this: