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comment How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?
"So in the end what you end up with is an auto-generated tabular code." <-- The gravity of that statement is incredible. That is exactly why pgfplotstable is so great! I'm dealing with a multiple of documents (edited by many people at any time via subversion) that require the same look. Maybe my expectation are too high, but you can probably see why I am so excited! Thanks for your insights too.
Apr
1
revised How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?
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Apr
1
revised How can I use \multicolumn in a \pgfplotstable table?
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Apr
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comment How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?
@percusse I removed it. It was a mistake.
Apr
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revised How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?
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Mar
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revised How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?
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Mar
31
asked How can I use \multicolumn in a \pgfplotstable table?
Mar
31
revised How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?
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Mar
31
asked How can I use variables (or formatting commands) in a header row of a \pgfplotstable table?
Mar
29
revised Is there a way to iterate over all defined colors without mentioning them again?
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Mar
29
revised How can I extract a character code (code point) from a character slot in a given font? [XeTeX]
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Mar
29
revised How can I extract a character code (code point) from a character slot in a given font? [XeTeX]
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Mar
29
comment How can I extract a character code (code point) from a character slot in a given font? [XeTeX]
@egreg disappointed face ಠ_ಠ. Two character codes point to the same glyph? really? Don't you mean that one glyph could have different representations (roman, italic, bold, etc.)
Mar
29
revised How can I extract a character code (code point) from a character slot in a given font? [XeTeX]
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Mar
29
asked How can I extract a character code (code point) from a character slot in a given font? [XeTeX]
Mar
29
asked Is there a way to iterate over all defined colors without mentioning them again?
Mar
29
comment How can I keep the baseline for fonts with different sizes on the same line? [XeTeX]
Ah \string, the missing ingredient! (and of course the \offinterlineskip)
Mar
29
accepted How can I keep the baseline for fonts with different sizes on the same line? [XeTeX]
Mar
29
revised How can I keep the baseline for fonts with different sizes on the same line? [XeTeX]
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29
answered How can I keep the baseline for fonts with different sizes on the same line? [XeTeX]