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Jul
20
reviewed Approve bashful tag wiki excerpt
Jul
20
comment Suppressing = on a line in the align environment
It can get much cleaner if you define \newcommand*{\pheq}{\hphantom{{}={}}} (or with \mathrel but with h).
Jul
20
answered TikZ Matrix - How can I align content horizontally which is spanning over multiple cells/rows?
Jul
20
comment TikZ Matrix - How can I align content horizontally which is spanning over multiple cells/rows?
If you use minimum width instead of text width for the rolle nodes you can get rid of the Underful \hbox warnings. Related: Alignment problem of empty cells when doing multirow/multicolumn cells in TikZ matrices
Jul
20
comment Alignment problem of empty cells when doing multirow/multicolumn cells in TikZ matrices
@PaulGaborit Correct.
Jul
20
revised Alignment problem of empty cells when doing multirow/multicolumn cells in TikZ matrices
minor update
Jul
20
reviewed Approve Is there a method to fill the blanks between each Chinese characters? And how to force LaTeX to begin a new line when typsetting Chinese?
Jul
20
comment What is “! paragraph ended before \align was complete”?
@Adam You are right. I missed the very first \prod counting.
Jul
20
comment What is “! paragraph ended before \align was complete”?
The subscript of the second \prod is never closed (i.e. missing }). And yes, you can use \left( and \right) as long it is on one line, not separated by `\`.
Jul
20
reviewed Approve What is “! paragraph ended before \align was complete”?
Jul
20
reviewed Close How does one generate epub/mobi eBooks from LaTeX?
Jul
20
comment Arcing arrow and keeping proper arrow head orientation
A more TikZ way for finding c and d could be: \path (a) -- (b) coordinate[at start] (c) coordinate[at end] (d);
Jul
20
answered Alignment in cases
Jul
20
answered Alignment problem of empty cells when doing multirow/multicolumn cells in TikZ matrices
Jul
19
comment multi-part nodes/anchors in a resistor-like symbol which has been split horizontally
@JohnChris See my updated answer. A little tricky but doable. The circuits library is apparently not made for shapes with text.
Jul
19
revised multi-part nodes/anchors in a resistor-like symbol which has been split horizontally
update Text key
Jul
19
comment After a mistake in Texmaker, it has to be restarted
Huh? Can you elaborate on that? If LaTeX encounters a mistyped macro sequence it will stop or ask the user. TeXmaker should not be influenced by this but rather should catch that LaTeX has encountered a problem.
Jul
19
answered Tikz chain node loop to start of node
Jul
19
comment Tikz chain node loop to start of node
A starting point: \draw (A) to[out=0, in=0] (aa) to[out=180, in=180] (A);
Jul
19
answered TikZ positioning: is it possible to use arithmetics?