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comment Problem with finding forest.sty
I cannot say what's wrong with your distro, but to get a .sty file from CTAN (for any package), you need to process the .ins file with TeX. So, for forest, tex forest.ins, will generate your "runtime" files.
3h
comment The difference between `\the\numexpr` and `\number\numexpr`
In one sentence: \the expands to the value of an (any) internal quantity, while \number expands to the decimal representation of a number (integer).
4h
asked The difference between `\the\numexpr` and `\number\numexpr`
Apr
27
comment How do I debug pgfkeys?
@RyanReich I will if I'll have any. Care to share your email? --- the umich one on your website doesn't seem to work.
Apr
27
comment How do I debug pgfkeys?
@RyanReich Yes, I am. Do you have any more material on the package than what I can find on your webpage? If so, please send me an email.
Apr
27
awarded  Excavator
Apr
27
comment How do I debug pgfkeys?
I hope @RyanReich reads this as I believe it's time to put this fantastic package to ctan!
Apr
27
comment How do I debug pgfkeys?
As the chat room is not active anymore, I have added the bug report into the answer. I also support the feature request(s) by @AndrewStacey. (The first one about values is actually easy to achieve. I can add the code if anyone's interested.)
Apr
27
revised How do I debug pgfkeys?
add a bug report, with a patch
Apr
21
comment How to encircle two neighbors node using forest?
Why are you yshifting the \node? If I don't do that, Bar1 and Bar2 are encircled, as expected. (Btw, to get the picture you have posted, I had to change the definition of circ to label={[circle, draw, anchor=north]south:#1}.)
Apr
14
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
24
comment How do I split a forest tree into two trees with proper vertical alignment?
@cfr Absolutely not. Actually, +1, and would be +2 if it were possible ... nice touch with to be continued!
Mar
24
comment How do I split a forest tree into two trees with proper vertical alignment?
@cfr In that piece of code, level< / level> is a nodewalk (multi-)step (not a pgfmath function). As any other key, it must be used as key=value. level>1 would ask pgfkeys to execute key (i.e. step) level>1 without a value. (Key names (relative) level (reversed)> (and other keys ending with > or <) were given the or equal to semantics so that the normal usage level>=1 is "wysiwyg".)
Mar
13
awarded  Civic Duty
Mar
10
comment Improving tree diagram
First, I assume you have forest v2. Second, you should remove edge path, and also anchor, child anchor and parent anchor`` from the existing tree preamble, as folder` sets all these.
Mar
10
comment Improving tree diagram
(i) Call the package by \usepackage[edges]{forest} or add \useforestlibrary{edges} to the preamble; (ii) Put for tree={grow'=east, folder} to the preamble of the forest tree.
Mar
10
comment Improving tree diagram
FYI, Forest v2 features style folder (in library edges).
Mar
3
comment How do I split a forest tree into two trees with proper vertical alignment?
I've just added a v1 solution. Solutions for both versions support branching trees.
Mar
3
revised How do I split a forest tree into two trees with proper vertical alignment?
add a forest v1 solution
Mar
2
comment How do I split a forest tree into two trees with proper vertical alignment?
They would, if the trees are completely symmetric.