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comment different coordinate frames for anchors and backgroundpath in node shapes?
ah, grr, I fell into that pit earlier. Thanks.
Oct
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asked different coordinate frames for anchors and backgroundpath in node shapes?
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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accepted Delayed drawing of arrows in tikz-cd
Mar
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comment Delayed drawing of arrows in tikz-cd
I like the last one, as I have crossings which are not at matrix nodes.
Mar
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comment Delayed drawing of arrows in tikz-cd
@JLDiaz Thany oyu for the detailed explanation, that explains a lot, and most of the compile errors I got when trying stupid things. The \latearrow macro is great and will solve my other cases. I need to look at the other solutions, but that needs a few days.
Mar
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comment How to build parallel paths between nodes?
Ok, thats then a cleaner solution that using spurious addition coordinates, like (C), or to use the (possibly time consuming calc) package.
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awarded  Commentator
Mar
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comment How to build parallel paths between nodes?
Does the ([yshift=-\s cm] B.west) compile correctly? I tried such a thing (possibyl wrongly?) and got an error. After my code I said that you can use a symmetric set of parameters.
Mar
16
revised How to build parallel paths between nodes?
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16
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Mar
16
answered How to build parallel paths between nodes?
Mar
16
comment Delayed drawing of arrows in tikz-cd
Yes, that is a solution. I wonder, however, why the \node command gives me error messages. The shown example proved to be too simple, I need to see if my other cases can be done this way too. Thanks for this fix.
Mar
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asked Delayed drawing of arrows in tikz-cd
Jan
9
comment pgfdeclareshape : how is a fill color recognized?
@Martin Scharrer, sorry for the misuse of the answer field, I forgot to login to I could not see the tag to click. (Ups I can use only one @User) [@]Jake, yes the answer is satisfactory and I have marked it as such.
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accepted pgfdeclareshape : how is a fill color recognized?
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