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Oct
8
comment Nested overlayareas
Perhaps simply put the [t] option after \begin{frame} to top-aligned the contents? This will solve the wobbling problem.
Oct
3
comment Center date in beamer footline when reducing font size
@petobens: See my updated MWE. Thank you for the follow up questions, since I also learned something new :)
Oct
3
revised Center date in beamer footline when reducing font size
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Oct
3
comment Center date in beamer footline when reducing font size
@petobens: I'm not so sure... I'm not familiar enough with the two packages you mentioned to know if this is do-able. I've only used them to patch macros. But what you're trying to do is a little more complicated than patching macros.
Oct
3
comment Table-like lines in tikz matrix
@T.Verron: Regarding row/column sep, if only set to 0pt, you'll see that, when drawn, the adjoining borders are thicker than the non-adjoining ones. This is clear from the 2nd pic in your question: see the vertical border of the first two cells in the bottom row and the horizontal borders of the adjacent cells in each column. Setting the col/row sep to -\pgflinewidth would correct this issue.
Oct
3
comment Table-like lines in tikz matrix
@T.Verron: According to my reading of the PGF manual (v3.0, Ch.103), the alignment of matrix nodes is done internally via the \halign command, a TeX primitive that is also used in creating ordinary tables in LaTeX. So I'm not sure if there'll be internal anchors that you can access to help draw the lines...
Oct
3
answered Center date in beamer footline when reducing font size
Oct
3
comment Center date in beamer footline when reducing font size
How "centered" do you want it to be? Do you want it to be centered with respect to the third blue box in the footer? Or centered with respect to the third box excluding the page numbers?
Oct
3
answered Table-like lines in tikz matrix
Sep
30
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Sep
19
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Sep
13
comment fancyhdr: Footer not centered after changing page geometry
@egreg: I want to fit a figure that is slightly too wide for a portray page and too long for a landscape page. The figure is already scaled and I don't want to scale it further for legibility concerns. So my solution was to decrease the left/right margins, which led to the above problem.
Sep
13
accepted fancyhdr: Footer not centered after changing page geometry
Sep
13
asked fancyhdr: Footer not centered after changing page geometry
Aug
31
awarded  Yearling
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.