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When you say before*=<something> and then before*=<something else>, the second declaration overrides the first. You can set up a different key-value system for this purpose. \documentclass[twocolumn]{article} \usepackage[a4paper, top=0.5cm, bottom=1.6cm, left=0.7cm , right=0.7cm]{geometry} \parindent0cm \usepackage{multido} ...


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Best here would be to define group-specific key-value options. This would allow you to set a single option associated with the group, while LaTeX manages the back-end setting for the option. As an example of this, add the following to your Document > Settings... > LaTeX Preamble: \usepackage{xkeyval} \define@boolkey{Gin}{groupAoptions}[true]{% ...


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According to the pgfplots reference for /pgfplots/xmin, it holds During the visualization phase, i.e. during \end{axis}, these keys will be set to the final axis limits. You can access the values by means of \pgfkeysvalueof{/pgfplots/xmin} Consequently, you only need to enclose your computation and node generation by \pgfplotsextra and your code ...


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There are a couple of errors in your code. First: you define \sidenote with an optional argument, but do nothing with it. Second: you don't understand clearly what the optional argument to \marginnnote does. What you have to do is to locally enable \reversemarginpar, not to use the optional argument to \marginnote. Here's a working version. ...



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