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Jan
29
comment How to reference nodeparts in TikZ graphdrawing library?
The idea of drawing the edges outside the graphdrawing scope is good altough I think I'll prefer your second suggestion to rethink the structure of the nodes. I think I can put the text of the nodeparts as label on the edge until there is a better alternative.
Jan
29
comment How to reference nodeparts in TikZ graphdrawing library?
When looking at the output I got from my graph I believe that nodes are positioned according to their adjacencies only which means that their position is not influenced by unrelated edges drawn near them, thus sometimes they partially hide edges that do not belong to them. Consequently I would expect that one can indeed change the endpoints of the edges. So thank you for investigating this. It really looks like it's not supported so far.
Jan
28
comment How to reference nodeparts in TikZ graphdrawing library?
amendment: I also do not want to specify node or sibling distances ;)
Jan
28
comment How to reference nodeparts in TikZ graphdrawing library?
arranged in a sensible manner. I mean that's the purpose of the graph drawing algorithms, right? ;) I do not want to specify node positions because the graphs are just large. And yes, I do know about the forest package and actually use it for some visualizations too. I'll check the syntax again, thank you :)
Jan
28
comment How to reference nodeparts in TikZ graphdrawing library?
Hi, thank you for looking into this. Unfortunately the real graph is bigger. Thus I want it to be arranged automatically.
Jan
28
asked How to reference nodeparts in TikZ graphdrawing library?
Jan
27
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May
11
comment TikZ: Arrow hidden by circle around node
Good to know, thanks :)
May
11
accepted TikZ: Arrow hidden by circle around node
May
11
comment TikZ: Arrow hidden by circle around node
Thank you very much for your answer. :) Indeed it's somehow meaningful that connections between nodes are adjusted to the node size. Unfortunately I did not came up with that on my own ;) Actually I really need some more space between line and circle such that I will stick with Heiko's answer.
May
11
asked TikZ: Arrow hidden by circle around node
May
27
awarded  Suffrage
Oct
24
answered Creating complex documents from separate files
Jul
18
awarded  Editor
Jul
18
revised Align the names in \listtheorems (ntheorem)
Added hyperref compatibility and an alternative
Jul
18
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Jul
18
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Jul
18
comment Align the names in \listtheorems (ntheorem)
Thank you very much! :) I've added hyperref compatibility and an alternative which preserves options opt and allopt. The edit is in review at the moment. I hope it's okay to you :)
Jul
18
accepted Align the names in \listtheorems (ntheorem)
Jul
18
suggested approved edit on Align the names in \listtheorems (ntheorem)