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Aug
26
comment Horizontally aligned terminal nodes in trees with nice empty nodes using forest
I've delved into the code and I can confirm that this is a bug. I completely forgot about tier alignment when I was developing fixed (edge) angles calign method: it is the latter process that destroys the tier alignment. I'll see what I can do to fix this: the problem is harder than it seems ...
Aug
23
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
4
revised Math content in forest
There were actually two problems, not just one. Solved the second one, too.
Aug
4
answered Math content in forest
Jul
26
answered Odd incompatibility between multi-line forest nodes and tabular
Jul
25
comment Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
I'm not sure that a tree structure (and henceforth forest) is the best tool for the task at hand, i.e. drawing a linear structure, except if you aim for designing a simple switch between a hierarhical and flat representation of the same structure. As for the arrows: I believe that it will be difficult to create nice-looking curved arrows programmatically ... once they start overlapping, all hell breaks loose ...
Jul
24
awarded  Good Question
Jul
22
comment Making a certain tree style the default for forest
The feature will be added in v1.1. This summer, promise! ;-) Thanks for the \usepackage[linguistics]{forest} idea, I like it!
Jul
22
comment Odd incompatibility between multi-line forest nodes and tabular
Great! I will (a bit later), and I'll also post a new version to ctan.
Jul
22
comment Odd incompatibility between multi-line forest nodes and tabular
Well, this is a funny bug, in my opinion. I have forgotten to remove a debug statement when releasing v1.09. Can you please confirm that removing line 2580 from forest.sty (... DEBUG calign ...) solves the problem?
Jul
22
comment What is the default anchoring style in Forest?
As I said, this was an unintended way of specifying the default ;-)
Jul
22
answered What is the default anchoring style in Forest?
Jul
21
comment Forest local versus global style
When forest encounters an unknown key (that's in a /forest path) in the specification of a node (i.e. after the content), it automatically appends the key to keylist node options, which is passed to tikz when creating the node (path is then automatically changed to /tikz). When creating an edge label, you're creating the node directly in tikz: note that tikz syntax is employed, edge label={node[aboveab]{Text}}with node options in square brackets. Such styles must therefore be created in /tikz path.
Jul
21
answered drawing complex dependency diagrams with tikz / forest
Jul
21
awarded  Yearling
Jul
13
comment Math content in forest
@egreg, could you point me to the improper use(s) of \edef in the package code?
Jul
10
comment TikZ externalize fails with Forest
Just posted the patched version to ctan.
Jul
10
answered TikZ externalize fails with Forest
Jul
1
comment Making branches closer in a tree
And I'm much grateful for the offer and will take it ... as soon as I have the time to finish the new version. Argh, time!
Jun
25
comment Making branches closer in a tree
Another option (maybe even a bit more generic, as it works in a tree of any orientation), is to use key s, like before packing={s+=15mm}