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Circle with legs - node anchors not enough [duplicate]

I need to draw a circle with n legs and one with n+2 legs. Usually I would connect to legs to the circle with the anchors. But north, north east, north west, etc... simple aren't enough. It looks ...
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Tikz itemize line spacing

I have a diagram in tikz where each node contains an itemized list. \documentclass[11pt, authoryear, 3p]{elsarticle} \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{shapes,positioning,arrows} \begin{document} ...
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line spacing in tikzposter

The line spacing in blocks of the tikzposter seem to depend on the number of paragraphs or the presence of images included by the use \includegraphics. For example in the poster example distributed ...
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Line spacing in TikZ multiline nodes inside tables

I'm trying to typeset some multiline TikZ nodes inside a tabular environment. Somehow, the space between lines gets considerably shortened. Here's my code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz} ...
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Anchors/coordinates inside a node's text

The plot Using tikz, I have a main node containing several (three) lines of text, and three "legend" nodes that point to them. If I use a rectangle node, then I can't access the positions of the ...
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Change line spacing inside a node in TikZ

Inside a TikZ node, one can force line breaks using \\ providing the align option of the node is set. I would like to increase the line spacing inside a node. This can be done in the usual way with ...
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Place TikZ coordinate or \zlabel at every (base)line

I'm currently adjusting the code shown in Test if a paragraph has a page break in it? to support underlining and highlighting using TikZ similar as shown in Cool Text Highlighting in LaTeX, but ...
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tikz node in text is slightly raised

I have defined the following command: \pgfkeys{tikz/protein/.style={fill=#1,shape=rectangle,rounded corners}} \newcommand{\protein}[2]{ \protect\tikz \protect\node [protein=#1] {\small{#2}};} It ...