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comment x-y node positioning relative to two different anchor points
The system is not very intuitive, but at least a hack is possible
Jan
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accepted x-y node positioning relative to two different anchor points
Jan
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comment x-y node positioning relative to two different anchor points
The point is that I want to use different anchor points for my x and y coordinate.
Jan
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comment x-y node positioning relative to two different anchor points
But I want to position the sum1 node 0.25m above the center of g and 0.5cm right from the right edge of g.
Jan
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comment x-y node positioning relative to two different anchor points
seems like, but why?
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asked x-y node positioning relative to two different anchor points
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comment Standalone package, preserve preamble
Thanks that is in a way what I was looking for. But there's no fine grained control, to allow parts of the sub preambles to be included in the main preamble?
Feb
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comment Standalone package, preserve preamble
yes but when you apply a drop shadow to the box it will also be applied to the plot, with savebox this does not happen.
Feb
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comment Standalone package, preserve preamble
@Herbert see my question here: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/157191/… a savebox allows me to nest tikzpictures safely
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comment Standalone package, preserve preamble
Good idea, but it's not working with a \savebox inside the temp.tex file