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Jul
11
comment todonotes and verbatim
If all you need is monospaced font, you may use \ttfamily instead of \verb.
Jul
6
accepted Fine-tuning placement of arrows inside TikZ nodes
Jul
6
comment Fine-tuning placement of arrows inside TikZ nodes
Thank you! And I can further align the start of arrows with the longest line by using a 2x2 matrix of nodes, with an empty node after each text node. Great!
Jul
6
asked Fine-tuning placement of arrows inside TikZ nodes
Jul
4
accepted How to typeset “TikZ”?
Jul
4
comment How to typeset “TikZ”?
Ooh -- of course! Use the source... :-)
Jul
4
comment How to typeset “TikZ”?
Thank you very much! I hadn't found it in the manual.
Jul
4
asked How to typeset “TikZ”?
Jul
3
comment Problem with the nomenclature?
I don't use Windows, but certainly there must be a way to compile the PDF file, then run makeindex, and then compile again. Do you use TeXnicCenter? If you do you could follow Mike Renfro's instructions (see the comment on your post, he mentioned you could check this: tex.stackexchange.com/a/14704/3345)
Jul
3
revised Problem with the nomenclature?
remove example that may confuse more than help. Focus on running makeindex, which may be the OP's problem
Jul
3
revised Problem with the nomenclature?
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Jul
3
answered Problem with the nomenclature?
Jul
3
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
30
comment Why are node names inside \begin{scope} still visible outside?
Thanks -- that is very helpful!
Jun
30
accepted Using circuitikz, how do I make a ground node and link to it from several others?
Jun
30
comment Using circuitikz, how do I make a ground node and link to it from several others?
Thanks a lot, really! Now it all works as I intended.
Jun
30
revised Using circuitikz, how do I make a ground node and link to it from several others?
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Jun
30
asked Using circuitikz, how do I make a ground node and link to it from several others?
Jun
29
comment Why are node names inside \begin{scope} still visible outside?
Thanks -- that is certainly useful! It would be also nice if I could get rounded corners -- not only on the outer corners, but also in the split (as if they were really two squares with rounded corners). But this is already great!
Jun
29
revised Why are node names inside \begin{scope} still visible outside?
added 198 characters in body