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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?
deleted 1 characters in body
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)! :-)
Jun
9
awarded  Commentator
Jun
9
comment xkeyval: how to use default key value?
Thanks a lot! It works (and I understnad the mechanism better now).