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You can use the name= key to name some reference node(s) and then use an arc path to draw the arc: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{forest} \usepackage{fixltx2e} \begin{document} \begin{forest} [TP [T\textsuperscript{0}] [vP [DP\textsubscript{???},circle,draw] [v' [v\textsuperscript{0}] [VP ...

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Clear your auxiliary files and then use the \& escape.

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It is not always preferable to use $..$! The source2e.pdf file contains the documented source of LaTeX2e. Therein, one sees that $..$ is essentially a wrapper for $$..$$ checking if the construct is used when already in math mode (which is then an error). Produces $$...$$ with checks that $isn’t used in math mode, and that$ is only used in ...

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An example for GRASS-GIS module names. The code goes to the Listings section (to be found under Document > Settings... ): alsoletter={*()"'0123456789.} alsoother={\{\=\}} backgroundcolor={\color{lightgray3}} basicstyle={\small\ttfamily} breaklines=true commentstyle={\itshape\color{lightgray}} fillcolor={\color{red}} frame=l framexleftmargin=1em ...

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