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8:55 AM
> The genetic similarity between a human and a banana – 60%
hmmmm
 
@PauloCereda Between ducks and humans is even more
 
@CarLaTeX it's all in the colour
 
@CarLaTeX oh
@DavidCarlisle ooh
 
@HenriMenke, just saw you comment at github.com/pgf-tikz/pgf/issues/824
@HenriMenke, I'd missed the previous suggestion. I'll check, but I'm not sure if I understand the suggestion.
 
9:36 AM
@cis indeed, that's what I meant :)
 
@Skillmonlikestopanswers.xyz /duck hug
 
@PauloCereda /rabbit hug
 
@Skillmonlikestopanswers.xyz aww <3
 
 
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3:13 PM
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@PauloCereda feeding the hungry a worthwhile thing
 
@DavidCarlisle not related to the aforementioned picture, right?
 
Jan 20 at 21:26, by Paulo Cereda
@DavidCarlisle you are not mean. :)
 
@DavidCarlisle ooh
 
Is there a way to prevent \begin{equation} from starting on a new line?
Other than inline math that is
 
3:29 PM
@kauray er no that's the whole point of it: to make an offset displayed equation. Use xxx $a=b$ zzz for inline math
 
okay, then can i label an inline math?
 
@kauray isn't "no new line" just another way of saying "in( the same )line" ?
 
@DavidCarlisle lol yes
 
@kauray $a=b$ \refstepcounter{equation} (\theequation)\label{zzz} ....
 
\refstepcounter{equation} this probably continues with the equation counter?
 
3:33 PM
@kauray or more commonly do something like \begin{itemize} \item \label{zzzz} $1=2$ ...... \ref{zzzz}
@kauray yes, or as I say in the following comment use the itemize counter
 
The google translated example text looks good to me. And for the buttons:

var buttons ={
"edit": "編集",
"copy": "コピー",
"Open in Overleaf": "Overleaf で開く",
"LaTeX.Online": "Latex.Online",
"Delete Output": "出力を削除"
}
 
(\theequation) what does this part do?
 
@kauray prints the equation number, (7) or whatever
@wtsnjp oh thanks, I'll add
 
@DavidCarlisle oh thats cool
 
@wtsnjp installed thanks: learnlatex.org/ja/language-01
 
3:42 PM
@DavidCarlisle Thank you! Everything looks good!
 
@wtsnjp when we started this a couple of months ago none of those links would have worked, now all three work on overleaf and the luatex one works on latexonline, I hope we'll get platex and uplatex working in latexonline before long:-)
 
4:01 PM
@barbarabeeton did you have the opportunity to check the new pdfcrop version?
 
@UlrikeFischer -- Not yet. I'll try now. (I have to download the new pdfcrop where it won't disable access to the "production" version. Can you remind me where to retrieve it, please?)
 
@barbarabeeton it is here: github.com/ho-tex/pdfcrop. Probably you will have to replace the original pl-script for tests. putting it in a local texmf imho don't work (at least it normally doesn't work for me).
 
@UlrikeFischer The IoT has plans for deployment of TeX-related content, but it's a secret. :)
 
@PauloCereda tell more ;-)
 
@PauloCereda if we throw you some bread crumbs you'll probably reveal the secret
 
4:08 PM
@UlrikeFischer ooh :)
@DavidCarlisle ooh food
@DavidCarlisle but @barbarabeeton told me bread is bad for ducks
 
@PauloCereda doesn't matter much if they are going to be eaten anyway
 
@DavidCarlisle oh no
 
4:34 PM
(@UlrikeFischer) -- I just put pdfcrop.pl into an otherwise inaccessible directory with some existing small pdf files and just ran it: pdfcrop -margin 6 xxx.pdf
there were no unexpected messages and the output looks good. Then I ran convert to get xxx.png, and acain the output looks good. I think that's the best I can do.
 
5:19 PM
@PauloCereda Auntie says bread is OK as long as you mix it with other things bbc.com/news/newsbeat-50087990
 
5:56 PM
@samcarter_is_at_topanswers.xyz ooh Nutella
 
@PauloCereda Keep it away from pizza!
 
@samcarter_is_at_topanswers.xyz oh
 
6:42 PM
@PauloCereda -- No. Dried corn kernels, thawed frozen peas, things like that. Not just dried bread crusts. Not Nutella -- save that for yourself (when you're pretending to not be a duck), but not on pizza.
 
6:57 PM
@barbarabeeton oh
@barbarabeeton <3
 
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Almost palindrome :-)
 
@Rmano yay!
 
7:20 PM
@Rmano -- The only thing to be objected to (which surely @DavidCarlisle will do) is the position of the comma.
 
@barbarabeeton we could blame @JosephWright for siunitx :)
 
@PauloCereda -- More likely blame "Western" tradition for subdividing strings of numbers into thousands.
 
@barbarabeeton I think Ada had the option to use _ as thousand separators when defining big numbers...
 
@PauloCereda -- I don't know Ada, but comma, period, and a small space are definitely used. The important point is, the break is always at the thousands. Maybe the Romans had something to do with it, since M is an important unit. (I'll have to look up older number systems sometime.)
 
@barbarabeeton ooh cool!
 
7:51 PM
@barbarabeeton Yep, this is why I put there "almost"...
 
 
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11:17 PM
@PauloCereda not only Ada, and not only in the past... python.org/dev/peps/pep-0515
 

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