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for questions regarding the TikZ/PGF module of the same name which can also be used as a standalone package pgffor.
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a package for writing (La)TeX, ConTeXt, docTeX and TeXinfo in Emacs and XEmacs.
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{unicode-math} provides an implementation of Unicode math symbols and OpenType math fonts for XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX.
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an integrated text editor and PDF previewer for the Mac designed for editing all kinds of TeX documents.
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the measurement of the extent of something from side to side.
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about highlighting document elements. Use this tag in addition to other tags specifying what should be highlighted.
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about trees in {diagrams} created with the forest package. It is built upon {tikz-pgf}.
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about looping constructs which allow a programmer to apply the same operation multiple times, each time with possibly different parameters.
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about external files included in a document, e.g., pictures via \includegraphics, or parts of a document via \input or \include. For questions about files automatically generated b…
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for questions about packages and document classes that are not compatible with each other or that need to be loaded in a specific order.
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about the various input code pages like latin1 or utf-8 ({unicode}) which interpret the sequence of numbers underlying text files and map each number to a certain glyph (character…
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about different brackets, their usage and functionality in (La)TeX.
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an open source TeX distribution for Mac OS X.
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about framed document elements, e.g., boxes and environments. A popular package is {mdframed}.
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about how (La)TeX can be used as a programming language.
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about the regular alphabetic characters that are part of some script in a language. For accented characters, add {accents}. For non-alphabetic characters, use {symbols} instead.
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a package providing a floating algorithm environment with algorithmic keywords.
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an environment defined by the`wrapfig` package that allows text to flow around floats.
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about the \include command which makes LaTeX process the content of a given file, add page breaks before and after and open a new auxiliary file for the given file.
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about the proper displaying of greek letters and the greek language in general using (La)TeX
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about calculations in (La)TeX documents. A popular package is calc, although others also exist (fp, pgf, and LaTeX3 packages, e.g `xfp`).
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used for questions concerning different ways and circumstances where color or images constitute a backdrop to other elements on a page.
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an open source programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics. It is an implementation of the S programming language combined with lexical scoping semantics …
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a package providing control over the typography of the Table of Contents, List of Figures and List of Tables, and the ability to create new "List of ...".
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a Linux distribution based on Debian. It includes TeX and Friends in the form of the TeX Live distribution. Note that is specifically dedicated to Ubuntu questions.
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about the various font or output code pages like T1 (for Latin) or T2*x* (for Cyrillic) which tell the compiler where to find a particular glyph (character) in a font file, hereby …
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A package that facilitates the kind of theorem setup typically needed in American Mathematical Society publications. The package offers the theorem setup of the AMS document classes (amsart, amsbook, …
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about sorting document elements. Use this tag in addition to other tags specifying what should be sorted.
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about using LaTeX to format and display source code. For questions about TeX itself as a programming language, use the {programming} tag.
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about automating certain tasks when creating a (La)TeX document, e.g., with the help of {packages}, custom {macros} or {tools} for {compiling}.
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for questions about file conversions, like converting EPS to PDF for the use with {pdftex}.
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for general LaTeX questions. {latex3} is about the new material being developed by the LaTeX3 project. This includes the expl3 programming language along with higher-level c…
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about double-sided document layouts, e.g. different margins for left and right pages or chapters always starting on a right page.
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The standalone bundle allows users to easily place picture environments or other material in own source files and compile these on their own or as part of a main document
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smaller characters appearing set slightly above the normal line.
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for questions pertaining to the use of the chemfig package for drawing 2D molecules and reaction schemes.