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answered Generic title command used to insert a pdf or text specified as key value
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comment Connectivity Maps: A way to implement this efficiently with LaTeX?
Latest version of tikz can do that kind of things with the help of graphdrawing library (requires lualatex to compile because the hard computations for automatically placing nodes and edges are made by lua)
May
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comment Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
@hakoja I don't see that shift in my example image... Perhaps it is due to some "invisible" space in the source code, such as a newline at the end of a environment, which TeX translates into a space. Note that ending a line with a % the newline is "commented out", and then that space will not appear.
May
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answered Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
Apr
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answered How to draw this simple box diagram with Tikz
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Mar
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answered tikz picture inside main code or include tikz output
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comment Positioning Tikz figure with xetex
I compiled the template given at phd.epfl.ch both with pdflatex and xelatex. It produced the same result (after I removed inputenc package for xelatex)
Feb
26
revised Creating a smooth gradient between two colors on an edge in TikZ
Fixed a bug: the gradient was not rotated according to the direction of the connection
Feb
26
answered Creating a smooth gradient between two colors on an edge in TikZ
Feb
4
comment tikz externalize doesn't find pdflatex
I wrote an answer summarizing our findings in the chat. I think we cand delete all these comments now (I deleted mine)
Feb
4
answered tikz externalize doesn't find pdflatex
Jan
27
comment Connect parallel lines to node
@Ignasi Very true. And in the past it was even worse
Jan
27
comment How to send an email with LaTeX
@FangJing Yes. The plugin translates your markdown into standard HTML, replacing equations with <img> tags. Then Gmail sends your message as a multi-part MIME message. One part contains "plain text" which should be visible in any email client (but you loss formatting and equation). The other part is HTML visible in any html-capable email client (almost all, nowadays). This client could block however the rendering of the IMG, because it contains a link to an external site. Nevertheless, the image contains a text-version in its alt attribute.
Jan
12
comment How to color diacritical marks?
@JosephGarvin Sounds like a encoding issue. Instead of â, try writing \^a. Also, it could be a font problem; you can try using \usepackage{lmodern} instead of \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}