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comment Usage of final option with package animate
@MHaaZ Happens to everybody. :) (My first sentence is obviously a joke.) Interestingly enough, I couldn’t compile your example with draft or final.
Jul
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comment hyperbola curve and its arc
What do you know about the “bow”? Is it a simple arc (fixed radius) or can it approximated by one? Is it sine? You can also plot it directly with TikZ.
Jul
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answered Using \ifdraft like \iffalse
Jul
2
comment Iterate over certain matrix cells
You need to use \pgfmathtruncatemacro otherwise you have a another . in the output: (m-1-0.0.south) (TikZ parses that as node name m-1-0 and anchor 0.south which it tries as an angle since no anchor is named 0.south. Besides that, there is a spurious { right before the relative coordinate and \itemtimesfour should be \itimesfour.
Jul
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comment Can't use 'equal' in tikz-cd
There is no need to update packages yourself, manually or by removing old files first. Simply use the updating manager from your distribution. Take a look at How do I update my TeX distribution?
Jul
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answered Usage of final option with package animate
Jul
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comment Create a Shmoo plot with pgfplots/tikz
After reconsidering this might be something for the mesh or the surf plot, though it seems the colors of the z values are assigned to an area between coordinates and not an area around coordinates.
Jul
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comment Create a Shmoo plot with pgfplots/tikz
This could be something that can be easily coded for TikZ direct (e.g. a \matrix) or even a simple tabular. Especially if the x and y values are discrete like that. How does the input look like?
Jul
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revised Create a Shmoo plot with pgfplots/tikz
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Jul
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comment Drawing a straight line over a coordinate
Alternatively, you can say ([shift={(0:2cm)}] cor) (or xshift=2cm in this case) without calc. It might be helpful to note that a simple coordinate without --, to, edge, .., etc. is simply a move-to operation. So (x1,y1) + (x2,y2) will first move to (x1,y1) then to (x1+x2,y1+y2).
Jul
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comment Dynamic autocomplete for words (non-LaTeX commands) in WinEdt 6.0
Related: Which editors can autocomplete any word from document? (WinEdt doesn’t come up) and WinEdt autocompletion (not helpful)
Jul
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revised Setting Dynamic Column Properties in LaTeX Tabular
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Jul
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comment Setting Dynamic Column Properties in LaTeX Tabular
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Jul
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comment Missing } when using \begin{align*}
You have a & in the subscript of \oint. That doesn’t belong there.
Jul
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comment Miktex update:latex> (Fatal format file error; I'm stymied)
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Jul
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answered Trees in latex : 2 nodes on the same line with tikzpicture
Jul
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comment Can't use 'equal' in tikz-cd
Take a look at an answer of mine where I have used the equal arrow, which should render as a line, not an arrow tip. From the log file, I can see that you use an old version of tikz-cd (2012/03/18 v0.2b). My current version is 2012/12/30 v0.3c.
Jul
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comment Trees in latex : 2 nodes on the same line with tikzpicture
It looks as if you have different kinds of children: the ones that go below right their parent, and then the ones that go only to the right. I’d simply add them manually after the tree has been built. By the way, have you seen, that this example has been improved by TeX.sx users. See Drawing a directory listing a la the tree command in TikZ and Changing the indentation of a Tikz tree. These changes don’t effect placement of “properties” but a more automatic way how children are placed.
Jul
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revised What does “circle through” do with its argument?
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Jul
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comment What does “circle through” do with its argument?
What @AndrewStacey wrote is correct. This has nothing to do with through or circle through. You neither can re-write the library. This is the core of the underlying PGFkeys system (and it is the same way with every other key=value system). circle through={(2,2)} is the only correct way to use that option with that value. In various other situations you also need to enclose = , :, ) or ].