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The nath package for LaTeX provides some separation of presentation and content for mathematical material. It makes context based decisions on the styling of mathematical elements.

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Gauss brackets with double vertical lines [duplicate]

I would like to have commands for left- and right gauss brackets which have a double vertical line, but otherwise behave exactly like \lfloor and \rfloor. In particular, they should come in various ...
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Conflict between nath package and align?

I juste began to use the very user-frieldly nath package, which seems to work quite perfectly up to those lines : \begin{align*} U^{old}(q, \sigma_S) & = \{\pi^{\otimes m_k(\pi^S)} \in A(B^\star) ...
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Limit notation causes leaders not followed by proper glue error

I am a beginner at Latex, and I am trying to learn it to use for my math courses. Following is a minimal example of what's causing the problem. This works fine without Nath, but I want Nath to get ...
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How to debug and correct sizing problems connected with amsfonts?

Depending on whether amsfonts is included, rendering is different and undesirable when it is included. \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{nath} \begin{document} \...
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What does "Limit controls must follow a math operator" mean?

When I try to compile this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{nath} \DeclareMathOperator{\argmin}{arg\,min} \begin{document} \begin{equation} \argmin \log(\sum_{x=1}...
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A Theorem solution that works with Nath

I'd like to use some theorem environment. But I'm using the nath package, which is unfortunately incompatible with every solution I've found. I don't need anything very fancy, just the following ...
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Incompatibilities with and alternatives to nath

I just discovered the existence of nath to auto-size mathematical expressions. But I also read that it has many incompatibilities and it also doesn't seem to be maintained anymore (last update was ...
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nath and biblatex incompatibility

I try to use nath and couldn't get it to work within my document. So I started to track down the error with a minimal and adding all packages that I use after and after. I saw that I can load every ...
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