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comment Converging and diverging nodes in a flowchart
Take a look at my updated answer. Is this something you wanted achieve?
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answered Converging and diverging nodes in a flowchart
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comment Converging and diverging nodes in a flowchart
Do you want the F5 node twice or in the middle of the dataset nodes?
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answered TikZ: Using \draw let to construct an arc
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comment TikZ: Using \draw let to construct an arc
That’s not surprising, considering that the end angle is both in calculation and construction of the arc the angle of the line OS. The coordinate P4 is located at S, not where the line actually ends (the shorten part is done on a lower level). You could define P4 as coordinate[pos=1.52] (P4) (the position number is just guessed and adjusted so that it looks good). That is of course not a waterproof solution. (Don’t forget the calc library.)
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comment TikZ: Using \draw let to construct an arc
I’m sure this is just a typo: end angle = \n2 instead of \n3.
Jun
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comment TikZ: clipping and shade or fill drawing
The .center part chooses the center anchor of the node, thus a coordinate and not a node. See my answer.
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answered TikZ: clipping and shade or fill drawing
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revised \(\(f(x)\)\) double \('s problem
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comment Problem with tikz: Arrows not parallel
The bug fix is essentially only \patchcmd\tikzcd@sep{=#2}{={#2}}{}{}. Then only one pair of { } is needed (as usual for the ,). But then one cannot use pre-defined settings like normal and so on.
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comment Problem with tikz: Arrows not parallel
@egreg I have re-defined \tikzcd@sep (and the … sep keys) mainly so that it works with the pre-defined styles normal, small etc. But the fix also provides a better interface to use between origins. Without the fix, you can use column sep={{{{3.5em,between origins}}}}; the key value gets handed down three times and is not protected properly.
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comment Problem with tikz: Arrows not parallel
Same problem like here: How to ensure consecutive diagonal arrows form a straight line?. The tikz-cd package uses a \matrix internally. For example, you could use column sep={between origins,3.5em} and get parallel arrows, although you have to make sure that the nodes are not overlapping or too narrow.
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comment Vertex with two labes (label in, weight out)
Welcome to TeX.sx! Please add a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. It will be much easier for us to reproduce your situation and find out what the issue is when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document}.
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answered \(\(f(x)\)\) double \('s problem
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reviewed Close Speed up the compilation of a document with a lot of tikzpictures made with pgfplots