I always hit shift+ twice in MS Word for inserting the quotation mark.
First of all, this issue has bothered me A LOT for such a long time. But every time I just leave it away because the final version of my manuscript looks acceptable in its formatting of optimization problems, well, at least fits ok with the journal template.
Gurobi released the latest 7.0 version optimizer in Oct. 2016, and Python modeling enhancements is one of the new features.
Toolbar: Run>Run Type in the follows and then click Save*: cmd /k python3 “$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)” & PAUSE & EXIT Now, you can name this shortcut and define it for easily executing your python code! *Please note that I’ve added python3 into your system environmental variables, or you have to use the full installed path
I often use to edit my manuscripts because it is cool for inserting equations. The other reason is that I can only focus on content and keep away from the typesetting. Recently, one of my paper had been accepted and a final version should be submitted before proofreading. However, this journal asked me to follow…