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by James
Sat Jul 17, 2010 6:02 pm
Forum: Others
Topic: ScribTeX, an online collaborative LaTeX editor
Replies: 3
Views: 6863

ScribTeX, an online collaborative LaTeX editor

Hi, just a quick note to let you know that ScribTeX has undergone a major relaunch in the past few months and is now a much better editor that it was before. I've addressed many of the concerns that Juanjo had, in particular: ⋅  You can download all of your files in a zip file, ⋅ ...
by James
Mon Mar 16, 2009 5:45 pm
Forum: Others
Topic: ScribTeX, an online collaborative LaTeX editor
Replies: 3
Views: 6863

ScribTeX, an online collaborative LaTeX editor

Hi, ScribTeX (http://www.scribtex.com) is a web based LaTeX editor that allows collaborative editing of LaTeX documents. I developed it since I don't think there is anything else like ScribTeX out there and it could prove to be very useful. It features ⋅ Full history of all your documents ...
by James
Wed Jan 28, 2009 2:34 am
Forum: General
Topic: New line in \text command in math mode
Replies: 3
Views: 26939

Re: New line in \text command in math mode

Thanks for the responses, both solutions achieve the desired effect. You're right phi, I'm transcribing some handwritten notes and I think it's best if I write them out more fully. Either way, that's another two LaTeX commands under my belt!

Thanks again,
James
by James
Tue Jan 27, 2009 10:20 pm
Forum: General
Topic: New line in \text command in math mode
Replies: 3
Views: 26939

New line in \text command in math mode

Hi, I'm trying to format the following equation nicely and need to be able to force a newline in the \text{interval of integration} command so that it doesn't merge into the other text. It's hard to describe without seeing it rendered, but the problem is obvious when it is. \documentclass{minimal} \...
by James
Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:22 am
Forum: Math & Science
Topic: How to put a horizontal line in eqnarray
Replies: 4
Views: 16949

How to put a horizontal line in eqnarray

You can use \cline:

\begin{align*}
  x + y &= 10 \\
  x - y &= 5 \\
  \cline{1-2}
  x + y &= 10 \\
  x &= 5 + y \\
  \cline{1-2}
  (5 + y) + y &= 10 \\
  5 + 2y &= 10 \\
  2y &= 5 \\
  y &= 2.5 \\
  x &= 5 + 2.5 = 7.5
\end{align*}
by James
Tue Jan 13, 2009 12:54 am
Forum: Comments & Wishes
Topic: LaTeX Resources for Beginners - Suggestions
Replies: 16
Views: 24534

LaTeX Resources for Beginners - Suggestions

Beginners might find www.scribtex.com useful. It lets you render LaTeX to PDFs online and provides a pretty complete environment. It takes all the hassle out of setting up LaTeX on your computer - something that can be a real pain on certain platforms. I've used it a lot when I'm constantly switchin...
by James
Tue Jan 13, 2009 12:43 am
Forum: New Members
Topic: Hi
Replies: 2
Views: 1799

Hi

Hi there, I've come across this site a couple of times when asking Google to solve all my LaTeX problems and it seems like a really useful and friendly resource. I figured I'd sign up and stick around for a while this time rather than just grabbing my answer and going. I'm a maths student in Scotlan...

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