{tikz-styles} are predefined sets of options that organize how graphics elements are drawn. It is thus possible to program specific styles and reuse the styles on different objects. The {tikz-styles} tag can be used in parallel with {tikz-pgf}.

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Is there something like \providetikzstyle similar to \providecommand?

I have standalone figures that I include in my document. These figures use statements like \providecommand{\HypotenuseLabel}{$h$} which allows the figure to have a default label, and which can be over ...
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Nested styles in TikZ

I have: \pgfkeys{/TransformerNetwork/.style={ transformer/.style 2 args={draw, cylinder, gray!80, rotate=90, minimum height=#1, minimum width=#2}, }} And then: ...
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Tikz /.style with two parameters

How do I pass two parameters to a tikz style? I would like to do something like this: \begin{tikzpicture}[ transformer/.style={draw, cylinder, gray!80, rotate=90, minimum height=#1, minimum ...
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Styling the text placed on \path [line] using \tikzstyle.

I'm new to LaTeX and I'm trying to work out how I can configure TikZ to position the text ON the connecting lines (rather than beside it) in this flowchart and then give that text a filled white ...
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Styling tikz-timing signal lines

I'm using the tikz-timing package and would like to apply either snakes type of styling, or say the double for double lines to signal lines. Consider the example below: \documentclass{article} ...