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Keyword arguments are not interpreted by the parser of TXS. Qrrbrbirlbel has already indicated possible workarounds (recommended) Define a new command \ctablewithlabel{<label>}[<other options>]{<arg 1>}{<arg 2>}{<arg 3>} and declare it in a cwl file as label Trick the parser with an additional \iffalse\label{tab:somelabel}\fi ...

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We have different versions of pst-plot (how it is possible?!), so I can't copy your beginning version. However, it seems that showorigin=false should give you the desired result. If no, I will remove my answer. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pst-plot} \begin{document} \begin{figure} \centering \def\dx{2.5} \def\dy{1} \def\dy{1.0} \makeatletter ...

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The label information is all in the aux file, so you can extract it something like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \long\def\findlabel#1#2\findlabel{% \ifx\newlabel#1\lablist\expandafter{\the\lablist\showlabel#2}\fi} %hyerref has 4 felds in each label culd use them but don't here \def\showlabel#1#2{% \par \noindent Label: ...

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Insert the label on a node inside the segment line. Remove the label 1,2,3 from node (b). \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \tikzstyle{every node}=[draw,circle,fill=white,minimum size=18pt, inner sep=0pt] \def \x{2} \def \y{1.75} %% edited here for better view \draw (1 * \x, 0 * \y) node (leer) ...

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