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Aug
19
comment How can I draw several polygons on the same base line using TikZ?
Amazing --- just five lines!! If you could add a few comments to explain how, that would be great.
Aug
19
accepted How can I draw several polygons on the same base line using TikZ?
Aug
19
comment How can I draw several polygons on the same base line using TikZ?
The second solution proposed by you was what I was looking for. Thanks and sorry if I did not word my question properly. And for some reason, I am not able to mention your name using @ notation.
Aug
17
asked How can I draw several polygons on the same base line using TikZ?
Jul
17
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
20
accepted Fading line with same color at both the ends
Mar
20
comment Fading line with same color at both the ends
@PaulGaborit middle color was excellent. Looked up the exact syntax in texdoc tikz and done. Will you please give that comment as an answer? I will then accept it.
Mar
20
comment Fading line with same color at both the ends
@PaulGaborit I had seen that conversation earlier. Too complex for a newbie like me :)
Mar
20
asked Fading line with same color at both the ends
Mar
19
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
2
comment Checking if a variable is not null
@daleif did that --- texdoc etoolbox. Thanks for reminding to RTFM :)
Feb
2
comment Checking if a variable is not null
@UlrikeFischer I agree. It did work with numbers. Shows why is it important to have MWEs! And yes, \ifdefstring works as expected. Also, if you could please add that comment as an answer, I will accept it
Feb
2
comment Checking if a variable is not null
@UlrikeFischer edited the question to include a MWE. Also, `\ifnumequal{0\testa}{0}did not work.
Feb
2
revised Checking if a variable is not null
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Feb
2
revised Checking if a variable is not null
deleted 3 characters in body
Feb
2
asked Checking if a variable is not null
Dec
19
comment Adjust node level using phantom node
I did not quite understand the xy={s=(s("!p")+s("!n") magic. Could you please elaborate?
Dec
18
accepted Horizontal - Vertical connectors in a tree (in place of slanted lines)
Dec
18
comment Adjust node level using phantom node
wish, I could upvote twice :) Very elegant!
Dec
18
accepted Adjust node level using phantom node