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Jun
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comment TikZ: Keeping nodes clear from lines
Can you show what you want achieve instead?
Jun
27
comment TikZ header and footer across top and bottom of bulletin/newsletter page
Check the PGF manual for the options remember picture and overlay as well as the special current page node.
Jun
27
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Jun
27
comment Problem drawing curved paths with TikZ
@ddcc You could also use a auxiliary coordinate, say ([xshift=-1cm] 2.west) that you use on the way.
Jun
27
comment Is there any way to make a function permanent in math mode?
@EthanBolker That’s what I’m getting at. Display-style math for inline math will create bad spacing between lines. Besides that, OP also welcomes “[a]ny other solution which would solve this problem”.
Jun
27
comment Is there any way to make a function permanent in math mode?
Use actual display-style math, i.e. \[ and \] or one of amsmath’s environments.
Jun
27
comment align inside of tabular
@DL6ER The align environment does need a line width (it stretches). So you’ll want to use a p column or something with the X column of tabularx.
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27
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answered align inside of tabular
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27
comment align inside of tabular
You should use the aligned environment here.
Jun
27
comment Problem drawing curved paths with TikZ
For your information, the below of keys are deprecated: Difference between "right of=" and "right=of" in PGF/TikZ
Jun
27
comment The size of roots
@user32680 With amsmath loaded you can do $\sqrt{F} \: \sqrt{\smash[b]{F_{x_x}}}$.
Jun
27
comment Random ink blotches from tikz
Do you need the light light/shadow effect it has? Do you already tried something? TikZ has various shadows and shadings.
Jun
27
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Jun
26
comment Macro in TeXstudio with %<something%> and %(filefilter%) fails
I think I found the problem. It is dependent of the length of the file name. If I include a file with a name (including the path) of the same length of *.png, *.pdf (twelve characters) it works. The more letters, the more the first selection (0.9) shifts to the right. There is a (ridiculous) TeX-based work-around, though. (There’s no problem when the file name %( … %) comes before the other fields %< … %>.)
Jun
26
comment Macro in TeXstudio with %<something%> and %(filefilter%) fails
Hm, now that I play a little bit with it, I get weird results too. Sometimes, ics is selected, another time idt or even parts of the file name (and always three characters). I guess, there is a bug involved. It seems like spaces in the file names are (at least) one problem.
Jun
26
comment Configure multiline autocompletion in TeXStudio
The shortcuts %<some text%> can be very helpful which will be turned into jump marks that can reached by using Ctrl+Left and Ctrl+Right (one for the caption, one for the label, one for the head and one for the body of the tables).