Lev Bishop

New York, United States

levbishop.com

Age: 36

Theoretical physicist and TeX user.

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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Nice Answer
Jun
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awarded Enlightened
Jun
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answered How come the tilde ~ sometimes does not behave like non-breaking space?
Jun
22
comment How come the tilde ~ sometimes does not behave like non-breaking space?
This is hardly a minimal test case.
Jun
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comment How can I make my LaTeX paper look like this?
You can download the paper source from the arXiv. In this case they use \documentclass[12pt, a4paper]{amsart}
Jun
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answered Publishing to Arxiv with Hyperlinks
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comment Publishing to Arxiv with Hyperlinks
Hard to do much for you without a complete minimal working example (MWE) but have you tried including a file 00README.XXX with the line nohypertex? Most issues where something appears different when processed on arXiv vs locally can be fixed this way.
May
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awarded Custodian
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reviewed Leave Closed How LaTeX format paragraph
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awarded Good Answer
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
Jan
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revised Health insurance allowed benefits: different for different plans from same insurer?
added 59 characters in body
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awarded Autobiographer
Jan
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comment Health insurance allowed benefits: different for different plans from same insurer?
Thanks, Joe. That is indeed what I am asking. Are you saying that the insurance rate (eg $12000 for an appendix removal) from a specific hospital is in general the same between plans from a given insurer? Or just that it would be for your specific 2 plans? How did you find this information, given that your wife didn't have her appendix out a second time, under the new insurance (I hope)?
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awarded Supporter
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comment Health insurance allowed benefits: different for different plans from same insurer?
Regarding prescription coverage, there's a rare bit of transparency there: the insurance usually gives you a list of the prices, or a website lookup, so you can research in advance of buying the plan what you'd likely pay for different drugs. I'm looking for something similar for the medical services.
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