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LaTeX user since 1992 -- Associate Professor and Researcher -- Toulouse University, Mines Albi.


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revised Change line shape on TikZ
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answered Change line shape on TikZ
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comment Change line shape on TikZ
Your MWE is not compilable (\begin{document} is missing...).
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reviewed No Action Needed automatic execution upon opening TexShop
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comment Insert (and ref) uncompressed PDF literals in Latex document?
@sdaau pdfpages can add an ID on each page of a preexistent PDF document.
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comment Insert (and ref) uncompressed PDF literals in Latex document?
Or you may try the pdfpages package...
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comment Insert (and ref) uncompressed PDF literals in Latex document?
You may try pdftk (stamp or background operations).
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comment TikZ figure renders different when changing document class
Remove \small...
Nov
22
comment In tikz, is it possible to define a node and set its position later?
All characteristics of a node (position, content, color, etc.) can be store in a style...
Nov
22
answered How to set actual width for a rounded corners image using TikZ?
Nov
22
comment Why does not `\spaceskip` work inside a TikZ node?
@Manuel I edited my answer.
Nov
22
revised Why does not `\spaceskip` work inside a TikZ node?
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Nov
21
revised Facilitate switching between latex (eps) and pdflatex (png/pdf) in the same paper
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Nov
21
answered Why does not `\spaceskip` work inside a TikZ node?
Nov
18
answered Making a random number
Nov
17
comment Draw incline in 3D with TikZ
@Markus Beautiful demonstration! +1 (for your your comments)
Nov
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can you use square brackets in tikz diagram?
Nov
17
reviewed No Action Needed Can't set tocdepth when including external PDF using pdfpages
Nov
16
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
16
comment How is TikZ meant to be pronounced? “tiks”, “tikz” or “tik-zee”?
A useful link to listen the pronunciation...