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comment Positioning a tikz scope relative to another tikz scope
@ingomueller.net This method allows to determine the origin of the second scope. The contents of the second scope is not taken into account...
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reviewed Close How do I get rid of the Chapter title?
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reviewed Approve How do I typeset a file containing ASCII art using a fixed-width character font?
Apr
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reviewed Close shaded letters in chapter
Apr
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reviewed Looks OK Superscript outside math mode
Apr
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comment Error by creating normal distribution in tikz
@Jan-Bert Coordinate (x,4,{normal(mu,sigma)}) is 3D coordinate...
Apr
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revised How can I automatically replace all accentuated characters by the corresponding codes in TeXnicCenter?
Code indented by 4 spaces
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reviewed Close How to let WinEdt 7.0 automatically use my own environment?
Apr
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comment Problem: Tikz \shadedraw and backward search
Did you try the backward search with SumatraPDF and with your solution?
Apr
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comment Chapter and section number in margin and align chapter prefix with text in scrbook
Here, you get visual change because the following \scshape implicitly calls \selectfont for you. If you comment \scshape, your call to \fontsize has no effect. It is better to explicitly call \selectfont just after \fontsize{...}{...}.
Apr
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comment Chapter and section number in margin and align chapter prefix with text in scrbook
Your first call to \fontsize is not useful without a call to \selectfont...
Apr
16
comment How to change color?
Very nice... but not practical for color blind.
Apr
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reviewed Close PDFs want to scale down
Apr
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reviewed Close Break URL in figure caption
Apr
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reviewed Close Linebreak with algorithm environment in two column mode
Apr
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reviewed Close How to add 'title' in references using bibtex?
Apr
14
comment Connecting from in the middle of |- line
@HeikoOberdiek Thanks!
Apr
13
comment How to draw a triangle is insribed in a circle so that the vertices divide the circle into three arcs of lengths 3, 4 and 5?
@minthao_2011 Apply some \foreach to your list of arcs...
Apr
13
revised How to draw a triangle is insribed in a circle so that the vertices divide the circle into three arcs of lengths 3, 4 and 5?
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