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Aug
19
comment Beamer - rounded corners around blocks and footnotes
Please provide a minimal working example :)
Aug
9
comment Converting beamer slides to animated images
@pushpen.paul: Well, the other solutions are not LaTeX solutions either; they use ImageMagick ;)
Aug
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Congruence relation instead of arrow
Aug
5
comment I want to draw a nice connecting homomorphism arrow
@HaikalYeo: <num> is a number between 0 and 1, which controls the position of the node on a path. For example, (m-1-4.east) --+(5pt,0)|-+(0,-7.5pt)-|node[pos=.25]{$\delta$}([xshift=-5pt]m-2-2.west)--(m-2-‌​2.west) will put the node at the middle of the longest line.
Aug
4
comment I want to draw a nice connecting homomorphism arrow
@HaikalYeo: You can add node[pos=<num>]{$\delta$} to the 4th line after the \draw` command. Depending on where on the line you want $\delta$ to be, you may want to put the node code before or after the coordinates, and then use pos to adjust its position.
Jul
29
comment Looking for a special paper style for letters
Check out the background package. Are you using the paper for hand-written letters or printed ones?
Jul
27
accepted TikZ in Beamer: subscope does not inherit `visible on` from parent scope
Jul
27
comment TikZ in Beamer: subscope does not inherit `visible on` from parent scope
Thank you Gonzalo for the detailed answer. The example you gave at the end does generate the desired output. But it requires copying the scope options to \markxy, which I think is not very efficient. Anyhow, I did read the relevant sections in the manual, and it seems that there is no easy way to avoid such an inefficiency... Thank you all the same for the illuminating (as always) answer.
Jul
27
comment TikZ Tree Rectangle around nodes
Then I think my comment above should solve the problem.
Jul
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to rename an existing command?
Jul
26
comment Derivative of a tikz path?
Maybe this question will give some inspiration: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/37866/…
Jul
25
comment TikZ in Beamer: subscope does not inherit `visible on` from parent scope
@cfr: They're shown correctly in Chrome. Maybe you could try viewing it in a different browser?
Jul
25
comment TikZ in Beamer: subscope does not inherit `visible on` from parent scope
@cfr: They are animated .gif images. What browser are you using?
Jul
25
comment TikZ in Beamer: subscope does not inherit `visible on` from parent scope
@cfr: In the first, the dashed lines leading to \widetilde w_2 and \widetilde N_2 and these two variables are shown on frame 1, and the lines are black. What I want instead, as is shown in the second image, is for the mentioned lines and variables to be shown only on frame 2.
Jul
25
asked TikZ in Beamer: subscope does not inherit `visible on` from parent scope
Jul
25
comment TikZ Tree Rectangle around nodes
There is missing definition for \sibdist in your code. I'm not sure what exactly you mean by "insert rectangles and ellipses around the nodes". If my guess is correct, however, you could try the following: put \usetikzlibrary{shapes} in the preamble, and add options draw,ellipse (for ellipse) or simply draw (for rectangle) to the node commands (in addition to above/below/etc).
Jul
25
answered Alter location of edge in graph in tikz
Jul
25
revised Standalone and citation/cross-referencing from source document
added tags
Jul
25
revised Trees with no node labels
added 610 characters in body