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#3518 on tag 021Z by Raymond Cheng
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A new comment by Raymond Cheng on tag 021Z.Heh. This goes all the way through the other topologies too. This is what happens when you copy and paste, starting with "étale"...]]>Raymond ChengThu, 16 Aug 2018 07:11:13 GMT#3517 on tag 021Z by Samir Canning
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A new comment by Samir Canning on tag 021Z.small typo: "an smooth" should be "a smooth."]]>Samir CanningThu, 16 Aug 2018 12:18:44 GMT#3510 on tag 095S by Daniel Levine
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A new comment by Daniel Levine on tag 095S.Typo: I believe the the second in the morphism in Theorem 095T should be .]]>Daniel LevineMon, 13 Aug 2018 10:13:55 GMT#3509 on tag 02MB by Dmitrii
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A new comment by Dmitrii on tag 02MB.In the proof of Lemma 02MJ it says "In this case the left hand side of the formula"; I think this should be replaced by the "right hand side of the formula".]]>DmitriiFri, 10 Aug 2018 03:37:04 GMT#3508 on tag 01PV by Yicheng Zhou
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A new comment by Yicheng Zhou on tag 01PV.By using direction (2) to (1) of Lemma 28.11.3, one can give a more schematic proof as follows. By hypothesis we have locally , therefore the open immersion is locally given by a principal open set (in an affine neighborhood). By the lemma cited, is affine, therfore is affine whenever is affine.]]>Yicheng ZhouThu, 09 Aug 2018 09:40:37 GMT#3507 on tag 00HL by Jonas Ehrhard
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A new comment by Jonas Ehrhard on tag 00HL.By the claimed exactness of the diagram we have , and

Then the snake connects .

]]>Jonas EhrhardWed, 08 Aug 2018 04:07:49 GMT#3506 on tag 00HL by Manuel Hoff
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A new comment by Manuel Hoff on tag 00HL.Hi, I think it's better to say "diagram chasing" here than "snake lemma".
Seriously though, can somebody explain where the snake is?]]>Manuel HoffWed, 08 Aug 2018 12:06:52 GMT#3505 on tag 00K8 by Jonas Ehrhard
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A new comment by Jonas Ehrhard on tag 00K8.Lemma 00JD (10.54.1) needs to be Artinian. I don't see why this should be the case, as the ideals

seem to give a possibly infinite descending sequence. . This sequence stabilises iff for , which must not be true. For example consider the localisation of the polynomial ring at the maximal ideal and .

]]>Jonas EhrhardWed, 08 Aug 2018 11:46:24 GMT#3504 on tag 0BCE by Johan
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A new comment by Johan on tag 0BCE.Dear Ravi, fair question. It is the 5th condition in Lemma 15.70.2. I have edited the proof to clarify. See here.]]>JohanSun, 05 Aug 2018 01:45:28 GMT#3503 on tag 0BZJ by Johan
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A new comment by Johan on tag 0BZJ.OK, yes thanks. Fixed here.]]>JohanSun, 05 Aug 2018 01:32:22 GMT