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Jan
21
comment Not able to compile the given codes
Whatever the cause of this error, it is fixed in the upcoming v2, which will really be published at ctan soon, as I've got some time on my hands again ... until then, please download the latest release candidate manually from github.com/sasozivanovic/forest/releases/tag/v2.0.0-rc2.
Dec
24
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Dec
16
comment How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
Probably an issue with expansion. Maybe arrayjob's \expandarrayelementtrue could help.
Dec
11
comment How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
\coordinates(n)={value}. See the arrayjobx documentation for more info.
Dec
11
answered How to perform lexicographic sort on list of coordinates in LaTeX?
Dec
4
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
4
comment custom forest style: dimension too large / dividing by zero?
I'm guessing this is the same (pgf) bug as in tex.stackexchange.com/questions/204094
Nov
29
comment Extra space around nodes in forest multiline mode
I'm guessing /tikz/line join could help here.
Nov
29
comment Extra space around nodes in forest multiline mode
The ascenders/descenders thing: that's what sections 2.4.1 and 3.7 (Standard node) of the manual are all about. And yes, the solution only works in single-line nodes :-(
Nov
29
comment Extra space around nodes in forest multiline mode
Ingenious! (Btw, the roof issue is solved in v2.0. I have used a coordinate instead of cycle ...)
Nov
27
answered Copying non-epsilon terminal nodes in parse trees using forest
Nov
25
comment Use a macro that expands as tikz code as content for forest
\vals macro will work if you omit (the two) align=center. That being said, listen to what @cfr said ;-)
Nov
18
comment Square Edge and Horizontal Tree Diagramm with forest
|- actually makes two line segments (vertical first, and then horizontal) and so does -|, but in reverse order.
Nov
18
comment Center root of forest tree
Hmm ... on second thought, you're right. I'll post it after it's officially out there. Less confusion this way.
Nov
18
comment Center root of forest tree
No it's good! Actually, I will post the answer I have originally envisioned, as I have just now realized it can be used to center any node in the tree. Plus, it shows off v2 ;-)
Nov
18
comment Center root of forest tree
Actually, my "simplification" to your answer indeed does not work if the parent anchor is not (vertically) in the center, e.g. if it's north east. So, looking more generally, your worry is a good one.
Nov
18
comment Center root of forest tree
An excellent idea, setting the root node's width to \linewidth! (Much easier than the solution I wanted to propose.) But why not just set minimum width=\linewidth,inner xsep=0,outer xsep=0 to the (original) root node and be done with it?
Nov
6
comment Is it possible to use \node paths directly in forest?
PPS. So that's how one becomes a necromancer! ;-)
Nov
6
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
6
answered Is it possible to use \node paths directly in forest?