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Sep
21
comment Fill space with dots within table
The alignment should actually be '{lrrr}'. If you take a look at the items of the second column, you will notice that they are everything else but right aligned - same applies for the items of the third column. The items of the first and last column are, however, correctly aligned.
Sep
21
comment Fill space with dots within table
The first method works, but is very untransparent for me to be comprehensible - pardon this. The second one is indeed nice, but as you take a look at your output you will see that the dots are chopped. When I use my font they are even more chopped: cl.ly/image/2e3d2S1k3M3I Is there a possibility to make the first method easier, or make the second one more precise? Thank you.
Sep
21
comment Fill space with dots within table
If we could just manage to align the items correctly this hack would be easy to use.
Apr
23
comment Indent first paragraph only once
@Jose In this case you should really edit your question accordingly since it says "How can I indent a first paragraph only once".
Apr
23
comment Indent first paragraph only once
I think because he wants the whole paragraph to be indeted, not the first line only.
Apr
22
comment How do I draw a tree upside down in qtree?
You're welcome! Make sure to mark your question as solved when this answer solved your problem.
Apr
21
comment DIN conform arrowheads and hatching in TikZ?
I think you got me wrong, I wrote that I will post the revised figure, not you. I appreciate your effort and will go from here alone with what you and student posted. I already recreated the arrowheads to fit my needs and will do the the same for the graph. Have a great weekend!
Apr
21
comment DIN conform arrowheads and hatching in TikZ?
Thank you mate! This works like a charm; I got the arrowheads DIn conform and will post the whole thing once it ready. You helped me a lot, wish you all the best and thanks again for not being complicated.
Apr
21
comment DIN conform arrowheads and hatching in TikZ?
Thank you for your effort! I will adapt it to fit my needs and post the result with the correct arrowheads and hatching spaces.
Apr
21
comment DIN conform arrowheads and hatching in TikZ?
@student yes actually it does say they have to be 1mm separated from each other, but nothing is said about their thickness, so I guess the "ultra thin" settings in tikz will fit well.