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Changing color after a sublist changes vertical spacing

The problem is that \color{red} will trigger insertion of \parsep glue. Remove it. \documentclass[12pt, twocolumn]{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \begin{document} \begin{itemize} \item Item 1 \...
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Is "double-lowercase-L" a ligature (Computer Modern Italic)?

The only fonts I know of that provide an ll-ligature are EB Garamond and Garamond Premier Pro -- but only in the italic font shape, and only if the Ligature=Rare option is employed in a suitable \...
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Is "double-lowercase-L" a ligature (Computer Modern Italic)?

This a postscript on egreg's answer. You're confusing ligatures with kerning pairs. A ligature is a single character1 which automatically replaces a consecutive series of two or more input characters. ...
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Is "double-lowercase-L" a ligature (Computer Modern Italic)?

No, there is no “ll” ligature. The font designer (D. Knuth) decided to add some positive kerning between consecutive l's in cmti10: (CHARACTER C l (CHARWD R 0.255554) (CHARHT R 0.694445) (...
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Spacing and indexing in quantikz

Using \midstick seems to do the trick \documentclass{article} \usepackage{quantikz} \begin{document} \begin{quantikz} \midstick{A} &&&& \\ \lstick[...
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Spacing and indexing in quantikz

\lstick puts the argument to the left of the column, so the two \lsticks each put their content to the left of the same horizontal point, causing them to overlap. Instead, use an extra column and ...
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The tensor package doesn't space indices well with some characters

The package seems to be allowing the italic correction of the base to leak out, always using a {} at the end of the base seems to fix things newtx version: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[amsthm,...
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Change line spacing in a ToC

I found all the details I wanted in the following thread: How to change spaces between items in Table of Contents. In my case, using the \spacing{.95} to reduce the global spacing of the ToC and ...
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How to add vertical spacing that is allowed to stretch for layout?

By placing the two images in a single figure you are freezing the glue so not allowing any stretching. If you use two separate floats then \floatsep glue will be used which is stretchy by default. You ...
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