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reviewed Close Problem loading exsheets: \trim@spaces already defined
Apr
23
revised How did LaTeX come about?
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Apr
23
comment Simple beam deflection tikz
For this I would certainly go for the library tikz-mec: you can find an example in my answer to Triangle as constraints in structural engineering
Apr
23
reviewed No Action Needed How do I close a busy synctex.gz file?
Apr
22
revised Layer between a node and its text
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Apr
21
reviewed Close why \end{algorithmic} ends with =0?
Apr
21
reviewed Close Extra List of Figures Page
Apr
20
comment Drawing a line segment of a specific length that is perpendicular to a given line
Does How do I draw a little red square to label my right triangle? help?
Apr
20
reviewed Leave Closed Visualisation of planes within hypercubes in LaTex?
Apr
20
reviewed Leave Closed Fundamental package texlive.infra not present
Apr
20
reviewed Reopen Code in \lstlisting breaks document (compile error)
Apr
17
revised drawing curve line between predefined edges
added 252 characters in body; edited title
Apr
17
revised Undefined control sequence error in using spy TikZ library
Fixed formatting and added tags.
Apr
16
reviewed Reopen Remove appendix page numbers in TOC while using appendix package
Apr
16
comment Getting an error when defining a macro in a TiKZ picture
Welcome to TeX.SX! The problem likely lies in the fact that the macro \vertex should be used as \vertex{<arg1>}{<arg2>} not \vertex{<arg1>,<arg2>}. I recall a similar question, but could not find it right now.
Apr
16
revised TIKZ: Stacking two nodes with equal width without double drawing the overlapping shapes
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Apr
16
revised Adding manually a grid to a .tikz file generated by matlab2tikz
Included picture, spelling, added tag.
Apr
16
revised Beamer: highlighting aligned math with overlay
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Apr
16
revised Highlighting in Beamer using TikZ nodes
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Apr
16
comment What is the most efficient way to make a LaTeX manual similar to the PGF/TikZ Manual?
You are probably looking for the answer Christian gave in Is there a listings configuration for TikZ as used in PGF/TikZ manual?