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Feb
19
accepted Partial polar plot with pgfplots
Feb
18
asked Partial polar plot with pgfplots
Nov
22
comment Surface plus filled projection in pgfplots
@ChristianFeuersänger Thanks, I thought that the samples in the above screenshot (100) would be enough, but indeed both smooth and smooth cycle bring up other problems.
Nov
22
answered Surface plus filled projection in pgfplots
Nov
22
comment Surface plus filled projection in pgfplots
@JohnKormylo I arrived to that solution too (but without arrows ;) ). @ChristianFeuersänger Yes, I had a mistake in the levels, but I prefer the lines black.
Nov
21
revised Surface plus filled projection in pgfplots
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Nov
21
asked Surface plus filled projection in pgfplots
Oct
14
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
25
comment Setting lineskip affects the caption in listings
Thanks. Accepted until an easy listings-only solution appears.
Aug
25
accepted Setting lineskip affects the caption in listings
Aug
25
asked Setting lineskip affects the caption in listings
Jun
15
awarded  Yearling
Apr
26
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
24
comment tikzmark, listings and beamer's onlyenv
Thanks a lot for this. However, it doesn't work if the overlay specification are out of order (try with <1> first, then <3>, and then <2>). This may be needed, for example, when using the onlyenv inside a columns environment: The left column may contain <1-2> and <3>, and the right column <2>.
Feb
3
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
13
comment Creating a real overlay in beamer
OK, with the minipage it works, thanks. In this second version the block appears significantly lower than in the single frame. Not a big deal, and I could always tweak it manually, but this keeps me wishing for another solution. And in my case the text moves up a similar amount; this happens even with an empty \tikz[overlay,remember picture];, but not with an empty \onslide<2>{}
Oct
13
revised Creating a real overlay in beamer
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Oct
13
comment Creating a real overlay in beamer
I tried that, but I got a missing \endgroup error, so either. And for the positioning, I want its "natural" place, where it would appear on its own. I'll update the question with a more complete sample.
Oct
13
comment Creating a real overlay in beamer
Close, but: (1) I want the whole block environment to be overlaid like that (don't worry about the transparency, I have that fixed), it seems this solution does not work with that; and (2) I'd prefer not to use absolute positioning, especially when title- and sidebars may change the actual text area.
Oct
13
asked Creating a real overlay in beamer