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revised tikz: Bigger arrowheads, merging lines
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comment tikz: Bigger arrowheads, merging lines
Okay, the suggestions in that thread got me a lot of the way there… And now I actually understand what you were talking about, @Jake, with the single vs. different tikzpictures. Yes, my question is about how to draw a merged line, whether that's within one tikzpicture or between multiple ones. I added some new code to reflect that, and my progress due to the thread.
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comment tikz: Bigger arrowheads, merging lines
@percusse : Setting \pgfsetlinewidth{5pt} within the tikzpicture in question helped with the line thickness and arrowhead size issues, thanks!
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comment Problems with setbeamerfont
Thanks, \bf was indeed the culprit. Sorry I didn't include a minimal working example, but whenever I try to trim out just what I need for an example it breaks. The "minimal" and "example" are the easy parts, but "working"… @percusse: My examination of the manual has left me confused as to what difference the star makes. Could you explain? Thanks again, everyone.
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comment Beamerposter… Columns not all aligned at top
That's the ticket. I had seen this proposed in various places before but it was always /begin{columns}{T} (i.e., with the curly bracket), and that didn't do anything other than add a "T" off to the left of everything. Thanks!
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comment Left-aligning all text in itemized list (beamer)
Perfect. Thanks!