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I studied software engineering at the University of Stuttgart, Germany.


Sep
20
accepted macro with optional argument in eforms textField
Sep
19
asked macro with optional argument in eforms textField
Sep
19
comment Matrix of values as parameter for a macro
Well that was simple. I should have just tried that before asking. Thanks!
Sep
19
accepted Matrix of values as parameter for a macro
Sep
19
awarded  Commentator
Sep
19
comment Matrix of values as parameter for a macro
@StevenB.Segletes: Because I need to define the values at one source file and the call to \mytables macro is in another source file. The file with the values is a customizable configuration file where the values can be changed; the call to \mytables is inside the document structure.
Sep
19
comment Matrix of values as parameter for a macro
I want to call it like \mytable{2}{\values} and then again with \mytable{3}{\othervalues}, where each builds a table with the values that have been passed as content
Sep
19
comment Matrix of values as parameter for a macro
No, the call to \mytable and the definition of the values need to be at different places in my code.
Sep
19
asked Matrix of values as parameter for a macro
Sep
10
comment Frameboxes in multicol environment don't align
Can you explain why / what happens when I don't have a blank line there?
Sep
10
accepted Frameboxes in multicol environment don't align
Sep
10
asked Frameboxes in multicol environment don't align
Sep
9
comment How do I set only one side of a tikz node's border color?
Your code may be correct mathematically, but it produces a small gap between the lines when I render it. I could use a factor slightly smaller than 0.5, but the gap has a different width depending on the zoom level, so this is not the solution. I need a way to actually connect the lines with each other.
Sep
7
accepted How do I set only one side of a tikz node's border color?
Sep
7
comment How do I set only one side of a tikz node's border color?
Thanks! I'm not sure what to do about the ugly corners where the colors meet, but I'll try to fix that myself.
Sep
7
comment How do I set only one side of a tikz node's border color?
@HarishKumar Sure, but it should be reproducible with arbitrary node sizes. I thought about drawing two triangles in the background and setting the node above them using the fit package, but I guess I would get problems with deeper nesting when I do this.
Sep
7
comment How do I set only one side of a tikz node's border color?
I didn't either.
Sep
7
asked How do I set only one side of a tikz node's border color?
Aug
8
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious