Philippe Goutet

Nevers, France

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17
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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.
Oct
23
awarded Guru
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30
awarded Explainer
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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
Mar
4
answered Using Lato Light Font Throughout a Document
Feb
25
comment \bm package versus \boldsymbol
@badp: boldsymbol works perfectly with Times, unless you're using a defective package like mathptm or mathptmx. It will work fine with, for example, \usepackage{newtxmath,newtxtext} instead.
Feb
25
comment Font for sheaves in Hartshorne
@user46792: the issue is resolved, as the font has been identified in the comments of the question you refer to. As far as I know it has never been digitalized, so you won't find it exactly.
Feb
24
revised Make the pattern of a \def depend on another macro
added 568 characters in body
Feb
24
answered Make the pattern of a \def depend on another macro
Feb
21
awarded Populist
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12
awarded Nice Answer
Nov
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answered How can I use \vfill in a lstlistings environment?
Oct
29
revised A theoremstyle with complete indentation using amsthm
added 383 characters in body
Oct
29
comment A theoremstyle with complete indentation using amsthm
@pluton: thanks for spotting this. A better solution is to use \parshape 1 3.5em \linewidth which will work correctly whether or not the fleqn option is used. This will also take care of the problem mentioned in tex.stackexchange.com/q/116379.
Oct
26
comment Extensible \vec instead of \overrightarrow
You're missing a pair of dollars inside the \widthof; as it stands, your macro won't work with, e.g., \xshlongvec{\Omega M}
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