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revised Drawing a network of lines and discs
typo
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answered Drawing hexagons
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answered Metapost “odd” operator fails with negative value?
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revised Metapost “odd” operator fails with negative value?
added 11 characters in body
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comment Metapost “odd” operator fails with negative value?
I've sent a report to the mailing list metapost@tug.org.
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asked Metapost “odd” operator fails with negative value?
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revised Drawing a network of lines and discs
added explanations
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revised Drawing a network of lines and discs
Change title to something descriptive, removed chat from question, changed tag to something less specific and more meaningful
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comment Using TikZ to draw a water channel profile
You could also consider including your nicely-drawn artwork as it is (although you are right about the convenience of being able to reuse parts of pictures done in TikZ etc).
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revised Drawing a network of lines and discs
add output
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answered Drawing a network of lines and discs
Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Tikz-Qtree asymmetric and ref to label turning up at the bottom of the tree instead of the top
Aug
28
answered How to make a simple 2D pressure vessel drawing in tikz?
Aug
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Problem with documentclass memoir + pgfplots from data file
Aug
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answered Aligning tangents of graphs
Aug
20
answered How can I draw this cycloid diagram with TikZ?
Aug
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comment Continuos Footnotes by separate even and odd pages
what format/packages are you using?
Aug
17
comment Filled \Diamond-product sign
Lots of options here: tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/info/symbols/comprehensive/symbols-a4.pdf
Aug
17
revised how to put header (and footer) on title page with correct positioning?
add note about `thispagestyle`
Aug
17
comment how to put header (and footer) on title page with correct positioning?
Strictly speaking new questions don;t belong in comments, but since this is more in the way of a clarification, I've updated the answer.