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@: I tidied up your question a bit, hope that's OK.

I think your question is answered [here](). (Possible duplicate?)

@: Can you please add a [minimal example](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/q/228/1235) that illustrates your problem?


Nov
20
accepted Where do I find the pgf manual v2.00?
Nov
20
comment Nicer way to test that exactly one flag is set
I'm not sure what you're trying to do with your \OneTrue macro. Do you want to test if at least one of the booleans is true? That's not what the OP wants.
Nov
20
comment Nicer way to test that exactly one flag is set
@Tomas: I've slightly reworded the body of your question; OK?
Nov
20
revised Nicer way to test that exactly one flag is set
reworded for clarity
Nov
20
comment LaTeX equivalent of ConTeXt buffers
@Antal: One should add that \scantokens is an e-TeX primitive (that I'd never heard of until now).
Nov
19
comment Defining a new environment whose contents go in a TikZ node
+1 for pointing out the environ package; extremely useful also for other things (shameless plug). @Stefan, only one thing: \NewEnviron takes only 2 mandatory arguments (and one optional argument behind those); it won't see the pair of braces {}.
Nov
19
answered Making a new environment combining equation and split
Nov
19
comment Nicer way to test that exactly one flag is set
@Tomas: So you want to test if exactly one is true, right? Then it might be worth rewording the question.
Nov
19
revised Caption of figure in marginpar and caption of wrapfigure in margin
improved formatting
Nov
18
revised what's a replacement for \lefteqn in the align environment?
added explanation
Nov
18
comment Defining a command for amsmath's align environment
This is not a bug, but indeed unexpected behaviour of align. It's explained over at tex.stackexchange.com
Nov
18
answered what's a replacement for \lefteqn in the align environment?
Nov
18
revised How can I work around this TikZ bug: (\x)^2 and \x^2 produce different results in TikZ plot?
added PGF 2.00 bug
Nov
18
revised How to get rid of vertical space above title from slide 2
fixed type in the tilte
Nov
18
answered How to get rid of vertical space above title from slide 2
Nov
18
comment Reference about “modern” LaTeX usage for scientific works
@Seamus: Something's wrong with your comment ...
Nov
18
revised How can I work around this TikZ bug: (\x)^2 and \x^2 produce different results in TikZ plot?
improved patch
Nov
18
comment Including parts of a LaTeX document in another document WITHOUT splitting up original document
... and I don't think that this is what the OP intended to do.
Nov
18
comment How to get a \mid binary relation that grows
This looks like the solution!
Nov
18
comment How can I write multi line equations with alignment in inline math mode?
@Kristen: It's not outside math mode, but inside inline math mode.