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answered LuaLaTeX : pass a list to lua as macro parameter, but not seen as a table
Jul
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comment Convert LaTeX to SymPy format
If you are fluent with grammar specification languages such as yacc, and the expressions you are trying to convert do not depend on new macros being defined "on the fly", perhaps you can use parsley to write a python parser for your expressions, instead of regexp which will be surely much more difficult to write and maintain.
Jul
22
revised Draw Shadow to a plan
Completly rewritten to use `pic`
Jul
22
answered Draw Shadow to a plan
Jul
22
comment Draw Shadow to a plan
Do you require your shape to be a node? If not, you can simply draw it giving the required coordinates. If you need to reuse that shape at different locations/angles you can create a pic with it.
Jul
22
comment How to prevent line breaks in code listings?
I wouldn't recommend to use adjustbox. The resulting font size will not probably match any other font size in the document. Moreover, the listing caption is also reduced, and since it was centered on the whole box before scaling, it will be not centered in the margins. Compare your solution with the one using basicstyle=\scriptsize and no adjustbox.
Jul
22
comment Multi-page table over two columns
Perhaps switching to one column, using longtable/supertabular, and then switching to two columns again? Package multicol allows you to change the number of columns in the middle of the document.
Jul
22
comment How to prevent line breaks in code listings?
Minipages only reduce the space allowed for their contents, not automatically rescale them. If the contents don't fit, the minipage is overfull and its contents "spill out". So the result would be the same. You have to find (by trial and error) an appropiate font size for that listing.
Jul
22
answered How to prevent line breaks in code listings?
Jul
22
revised How to prevent line breaks in code listings?
Fixed format
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Revival
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awarded Nice Answer
Jun
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comment Placing two nodes by relative positioning in TikZ
@user4514 Do you mean, changing below by above in the code?
Jun
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Necromancer
Jun
9
comment IntegerField() is converted to string in JSON for any number
Thank you! Apparently this behaviour was introduced in Jun 6, 2014 (https://code.google.com/p/googleappengine/issues/detail?id=9173) and this is why this other question from 2013 only hit this problem for large integers (indeed, it looks like it was this question by Alex which caused the "fix" which caused my problem). The circle is closed :-)
Jun
9
accepted IntegerField() is converted to string in JSON for any number
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