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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
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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.
Nov
18
comment Where do I find the pgf manual v2.00?
Thanks; this is a nice option since I can find different versions at the same spot.
Nov
18
comment \pounds in verdana is not working
You might want to have a look here to figure out how to do it without getting capacity exceeded errors.
Nov
18
revised How can I work around this TikZ bug: (\x)^2 and \x^2 produce different results in TikZ plot?
added 37 characters in body
Nov
18
comment How can I work around this TikZ bug: (\x)^2 and \x^2 produce different results in TikZ plot?
@Matthew: I don't think so; see the last paragraph of my edited answer.
Nov
18
revised How can I work around this TikZ bug: (\x)^2 and \x^2 produce different results in TikZ plot?
added patch
Nov
18
comment How to avoid large margins around Matlab plot in PDF
Maybe your question is answered here. (Possible duplicate?)
Nov
17
revised How can I work around this TikZ bug: (\x)^2 and \x^2 produce different results in TikZ plot?
added 332 characters in body
Nov
17
comment Where do I find the pgf manual v2.00?
@Andrew: I have both a very old version (by an administrator globally) and version 2.10 (by myself locally) installed. I wanted to have a look at the example for the .store in handler that you mentioned, and could more easily find this in the 2.00 manual. Moreover, I wanted to have a look at changes as there is this question about the bug in 2.10.
Nov
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answered How can I work around this TikZ bug: (\x)^2 and \x^2 produce different results in TikZ plot?
Nov
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comment How can I work around this TikZ bug: (\x)^2 and \x^2 produce different results in TikZ plot?
From this discussion in the pgf-users list I guess that the incorrect graph is y=x^3+x|x|, not y=x^3.
Nov
17
comment Where do I find the pgf manual v2.00?
Thanks! Not the most convenient way to obtain the manual, but I did succeed to find it in the tarball.
Nov
17
comment Where do I find the pgf manual v2.00?
@Matthew: Thanks for the references, but I also wanted the full 2.00 manual.