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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?
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Jun
29
comment Why are node names inside \begin{scope} still visible outside?
Oh, I see. I misunderstood what the scoping was about then... I'll update my question.
Jun
29
asked Why are node names inside \begin{scope} still visible outside?
Jun
19
comment What is the difference between Fragile and Robust commands?
I agree that the first paragraph is very clear. However i'd still want to see a simple complete example that I could feed into TeX or LaTeX so I could see how \protect works.
Jun
19
accepted How to put a star (or other symbol) in sections that are “special” (difficult, optional, etc)?
Jun
19
comment How to put a star (or other symbol) in sections that are “special” (difficult, optional, etc)?
Thank you! Now I can also declare \newcommand{\advsection}[1]{\begin{advanced}\section{#1}\end{advanced}}, which gives me a nice \advsection command. :-)
Jun
18
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
18
revised How to put a star (or other symbol) in sections that are “special” (difficult, optional, etc)?
clarify that the star should be before the section number
Jun
18
accepted How to use tkz-graph and tikz-qtree without conflict?
Jun
18
comment How to use tkz-graph and tikz-qtree without conflict?
@Altermundus: thank you for your answer and for the patch! It works perfectly.
Jun
18
revised How can I type in Devnagari font using LaTeX?
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Jun
18
asked How to use tkz-graph and tikz-qtree without conflict?
Jun
15
comment How do I draw curve crossing one edge of a tree (using tikz-qtree)?
Great! 8-) Even better! Thanks a lot!
Jun
15
accepted How do I draw curve crossing one edge of a tree (using tikz-qtree)?
Jun
15
comment How do I draw curve crossing one edge of a tree (using tikz-qtree)?
Hm, yes! Not a curve, but it's just fine. Thank you!
Jun
15
comment How do I draw curve crossing one edge of a tree (using tikz-qtree)?
Yes, but I don't want to connect nodes. I want the dotted curve to cross the edge between * and cos, but not connect nodes.
Jun
15
asked How do I draw curve crossing one edge of a tree (using tikz-qtree)?
Jun
10
comment xkeyval: how to use default key value?
@Ahmed Musa: but using \setkeys{Mystuff}{foo=what,bar=whatever,#1} still works if I want these defaults for only one command or environment (and not for all that use the Mystuff family), right?
Jun
9
comment xkeyval: how to use default key value?
So, if I have a key family for which I'd like the defaults to be always the same, I can use \presetkeys, and if I want to be able to specify the defaults in each \newcommand or \newenvironment, I would use \setkeys with them in the new defined command, as @egreg showed. Sounds really good (very flexible)! :-)