Philippe Goutet

Nevers, France

Apr
27
comment Start new page with each section
@Kaspar: yes, that's what \clearpage does (it clears all figures then makes a page break). Try using another pagebreaking command like \pagebreak if you don't want this.
Apr
17
revised Too small space when using \DeclareMathOperator
deleted 1 character in body
Apr
3
revised Custom and built in TikZ fill patterns
Added code for north east lines
Mar
17
awarded Guru
Feb
26
awarded Nice Answer
Dec
12
awarded Good Answer
Nov
17
awarded Yearling
Nov
17
awarded Yearling
Sep
5
awarded Pundit
Apr
17
comment A theoremstyle with complete indentation using amsthm
@juanquispe: you can add \vspace*{-\baselineskip} just before \begin{definition}.
Apr
11
comment Annoying space before the first item in an enumeration which starts a theorem
@Sigur: if I replace \itshape1. by \textup{(i)} in the definition of \thmenumhspace and then use \begin{enumerate}[label=\textup{(\roman*)}]\thmenumhspace, there's no spacing problem.
Apr
10
comment Annoying space before the first item in an enumeration which starts a theorem
@Sigur: I've also adapted the manual code. The exact value cannot be 1.5em: it depends on the leftmargin, labelsep, itemindent and the size of the enumerate label.
Apr
10
revised Annoying space before the first item in an enumeration which starts a theorem
added 96 characters in body
Apr
10
comment Annoying space before the first item in an enumeration which starts a theorem
@Sigur: I've edited the answer; it should now have the exact right amount of space whatever the settings are.
Apr
10
revised Annoying space before the first item in an enumeration which starts a theorem
changed -1em to the correct dimension
Oct
30
comment Escaping in \lstinline
Here's one example of problem: when inside a {tabular}, the width of the escaped text is not taken into account which causes overlaps with the text which follows. For example, in \begin{tabular}{l}\lstinline[escapechar=§]{foo§bar§} text\end{tabular}, the words bar and text overlap.
Sep
30
awarded Explainer
Jul
23
comment Redefine \middle| to insert space before and after itself
See tex.stackexchange.com/q/5502 to get \middle| to behave exactly as \mid
Jul
18
answered Thickness of math arrows
Apr
1
comment Suggest for fonts that improve the usage of paper as alternative to Times New Roman
Make your friend read this on the subject: thomasphinney.com/2014/03/saving-400m-font
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