I apologize that this isn't particularly short. I'm going through old code and refactoring. In the process, I'm running into various bugs in how I've written things. In this particular example, the ...
The excellent pgfkeys package provides, among others, two kinds of keys: regular "value-centric" keys that can be declared with /.initial, and "macro-centric" keys are declared with /.store in. Here ...
I've created an environment for which various parameters are set through key values. Instead of creating a hornet's nest of various booleans, I would just like to have a slight variant form for some ...
I'm struggling to get my head around the pgfkeys package. I currently use the keycommand package, which I find very easy to understand: it's just ordinary LaTeX commands with named rather than ...
Possible Duplicate: Spaces in pfgopts options I have read Joseph Wright's excellent article on key-value systems, as well as questions on this site about how to pass arguments to class ...
I am looking for an example of how to get pgfkeys to split a list of options so that: (1) some of the options are processed now, and (2) the rest of the options are passed to a second macro for ...
I am not too sure just by reading the manual as to the subtle differences between the .initial and .default PGF key types. Can someone explain and demonstrate the differences with a minimal example?
I want to define a new environment whose contents can be typeset using a specific font family and size optionally specified as key-value pairs. For handling the key-value pairs I am using pgfkeys. Why ...