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Every question has its own RSS feed. At the very least, the following link should appear at the end of each page: There are hundreds of applications that will notify you when there is new activity in a given feed. The Safari browser, for example, does this out of the box. Google Reader is a popular web-based option. If you want more suggestions, just ask!


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You can make the question a favorite by clicking the star below the voting arrows. If you then go to your profile page you will see a 'favorites' tab with a red number showing how many of them changed since you last watch the favorites page: That's not the same as a direct notification, because you have to check your own profile to see it, but still good ...


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Here is a query on SEDE that highlights the unique days you were active on TeX.SE and counting the number of actions (votes, posts, suggested edit reviews and comments) you performed (that's public): To some extent, it echoes your reputation graph: This is to be expected since most reputation is earned within a short period of being active (posting content)...


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Copied and pasted from the edit window of https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/400900: Pandoc doesn't like the option in brackets after the latex command. In order to make it work you have to use a recent version of pandoc that supports generic raw attributes. Now you can create a raw latex block around the offending command: ```{=latex} \Opensolutionfile{ans}[...


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Using double backticks to escape backticks in inline code, from https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/543571/134574 \textbackslash is just for typesetting. As the name says, it's a text command, so it just prints the character \ from the current font, and isn't of any use for anything other than that. You are looking for: \catcode`\\=12 The syntax for the \...


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Subscripts and superscripts, from https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/527538/134574 (the answer is huge, so I copied only a paragraph). (\outer is a primitive, so \meaning\outer is \12o12u12t12e12r12). In this case, the code will see the \ and will do its thing with \outer[note 1]. Later, it arrives at \umbrella and hits it with \meaning:


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(also reported here) Links to URLs with a ) in them will break. Consider this link to the Stack Exchange API documentation: https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/questions-by-ids#order=desc&sort=activity&ids=349185&filter=!)rTkraPYPefwELKox66q&site=meta&run=true If you try to link to it right now, it works, but after the update, it breaks:...


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Code in lists, copied from https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/461589/134574 This is somewhat similar to this question. The values in the fractions matter because the boxes of the characters have different sizes. The p has a descender below the baseline which the x doesn't, thus when you swap them, the box of the denominator get a little bigger and TeX uses a ...


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Code copied from https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/44765 which had double backslashes trashed in earlier update. \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,oneside]{report} \usepackage[left=2.00cm,right=2.00cm,top=2.45cm,bottom=2.5cm]{geometry} \usepackage{amsmath,amssymb,amsthm,amscd,amstext} \def \st {\backepsilon} \DeclareMathOperator{\dom}{dom} \...


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