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Mar
21
accepted Change Tikz style dependent on foreach counter value
Mar
21
comment Change Tikz style dependent on foreach counter value
Yes, as you say, something like this!! Many thanks.
Mar
21
revised Change Tikz style dependent on foreach counter value
removed the further problem.
Mar
21
asked Change Tikz style dependent on foreach counter value
Jan
25
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Sep
17
comment Creating a question-solution capability
@Kurt It isn't solved, and I suppose it is rather too local. The code was from David Carlisle and I can't really understand it to be able to do the fine tuning. I don't mind if it get closed.
Feb
5
comment Creating a question-solution capability
Look at the (not so) MWE above: One simply writes text for the question and then you put in a \solution{answer text}. Personally I find it very elegant.
Feb
5
comment Creating a question-solution capability
When I first looked at exsheets I wasn't able to find out how to keep solutions directly embedded next to the question text.
Feb
5
asked Creating a question-solution capability
Feb
5
comment Modify the stored value of enumeration in output file
Ok, will do. I thought it'll be too localised a problem.
Feb
5
comment Modify the stored value of enumeration in output file
Aha, the third instance works. Now I see another problem: If you need enumiii, the numbering becomes say: 1,2a,b,c,2di,ii,iii,2e,3 instead of 1, 2a,b,c,di,ii,iii,3. Somehow the test of which enum level works from enumi to enumii (in that the leading number is surpressed) but not when we get to enumiii.
Feb
5
comment Modify the stored value of enumeration in output file
Sorry, I didn't mean throughout, I meant when we call \printSolutions. So it is somewhere within the definition of your \solsep.
Feb
5
comment Modify the stored value of enumeration in output file
It's taken me two years to ask: but how can your code above be modified so that \theenumi part (and only this part) is in bold face? I simply tried wrapping \textbf but this didn't work.
Feb
4
comment Showing filled graphs from pgfplots, slide by slide with beamer
Many thanks. This seems logical.
Feb
4
accepted Showing filled graphs from pgfplots, slide by slide with beamer
Feb
4
asked Showing filled graphs from pgfplots, slide by slide with beamer
Feb
4
comment Double (or multiple) callouts using Tikz
@Ignasi Bingo! It works! Many thanks. Should I delete the question as a duplicate?
Feb
4
comment Double (or multiple) callouts using Tikz
@darthbith Thanks for the tip.
Feb
4
comment Double (or multiple) callouts using Tikz
@Ignasi Ok, I think I have something, but it doesn't point to the right positions! I pasted the appropriate code from the other question and then added: \tikz[remember picture]{\path[multiple absolute pointers={[fill=blue!20, below right=20mm and 10mm of here1]{here1.south,here2.south}{new pointer}}];}