I like to format my integrals so that there is less space between the integral sign and the integrand, more space between the integrand and differential, and so that the differential is upright. So, I'm wondering two things: (a) Is there some preexisting package that has a pre-formatted integral command? I would avoid having the differential symbol included in the workings, because you'll have problems as soon as double or line integrals are concerned.
If only one component in the optional argument is given, it will be typeset as lower limit.
Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged macros packages math-operators or ask your own question. New employer wants me to pay for ISO 9001 accreditation before employment begins - is this a scam? To travel 30 km from India to Sri Lanka, do I really have to take a 1500 km, 20 hour detour? However, I would like to have the line a bit thicker because it's so thin that people might miss it. To draw a line through text instead of under it (strike out) do under-line with negative depth. Hm, so there's no easy way to adjust the width for \sout without changing the thickness for underlines?
You can exploit the fact that \sout opens a group, so any assignment to \ULthickness will be local. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged ulem strikeout or ask your own question. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged titles authblk or ask your own question.
Claims of mathematical breakthroughs while in an altered state of consciousness in general? You get Command \normalsize invalid in math mode at every display, which could be annoying.
Try also without \renewcommand{\arraystretch}{1.2}, that I added in order to space out a bit the rows, which seems better with \doublespacing. Actually, it's difficult to improve something using \doublespacing, which destroys any attempt at good typography.
Leaving a blank line before an equation means that the equation can end up at the top of the next page, which is a typographic sin worse than leaving a widow line.
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I am trying use the package listofsymbols to define a symbol to be included in a list of symbols in a book.
If \cdots is replaced with a string such as xxxx or a command such as \alpha, in the above symbol definition, then pdflatex compiles the document.
Please add to your question a complete yet minimal document illustrating the problem mentioned.
Please add \listfiles to the preamble of the exact code I gave in my previous comment and compile the document, open the .log file and search for the *File List* section and add this list as an edit to your question. The error is in the listofsymbols package that uses \immediate\write, which is wrong and is the cause of your troubles.
Loading amsmath after the list of new symbols is not really a solution, because other commands can be affected; for instance, \sqrt will not work whatever order you use. With this redefinitions some symbols can still give problems; in this case add \protect before the offending one. By the way, you shouldn't use \cdots in this context, but simply \dots: an ellipsis between commas should always be with low dots. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged amsmath nomenclature or ask your own question. A nomenclature which it can be displayed in a MWE but nothing occurs when the full packages are included. I have a webpage where you can do this, but it current only has 1985 Unicode characters mapped. The second match doesn't produce a particular good result (which can be seen in the corresponding sample image) but it's simpler to produce than the first match. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged symbols or ask your own question. Is making characters who go off the rails unlucky a good technique for keeping the plot moving? This produces exactly the output I would want, but the packages ulem and hyperref seem to be interfering, and the soul package's command \ul is not working inside the ToC.
Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged table-of-contents or ask your own question. The specification O{red}vO{} means that the first argument is optional, with a default value of red, the second v is a verbatim argument (i.e.
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If I didn't want the upper or lower limits, I could omit their inputs but I would still need to write out the brackets, e.g.
It would be super if I had some command where I could just write ^ and _ as necessary, e.g. To me, it seems that \Int is quite versatile while I find \intf easier to type in most cases.
Judging from the picture you seem to be using some setspace command or \linespread for increasing the leading.
Herbert's instead applies single spacing to all display environments, so also to align, for instance, reducing the line spacing between aligned equations. Also, you'll have noticed that {\bf \mu} doesn't embolden the mu; use \bm{\mu} and load the bm package as in my code. Note: egreg warns that this may cause the equation to move to the top of the next page, which is a big no no. I have problems using the command \newsym to define a symbol which involves the command \cdots.
Analysis of the difference between your code and mine led me to discover the source of my problem. I'll add a remark to my answer linking to your comment and leave this as a provisional answer. The image shows the red boxes created by hyperref, as seen on-screen in certain pdf viewers (not all), they do not show up in print. The work-around seems to be to use \etocthename which is expandable, and enough \expandafter's to force its expansion before the \ul. The example is again done with \hypersetup{hidelinks} locally, to not be visually confused from the red rectangles in the pdf display which overlap the underlining (notice the underlining breaks across line-endings).
When I use your code in the context of my original document it fails to compile; but if I use your code in isolation it compiles without problems at all. I discovered that one of the packages I used in my context, the amsmath package, was the cause of the problem. I have just read the amsmath user guide on dots and discovered the contextually flexible dots such as \dotsc, \dotsb, etc.



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