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comment Removing space before dots produced by pinyin command
That would not work since it is automatically included in the call to pinyin in this glossing environment described in the other question.
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accepted Removing space before dots produced by pinyin command
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asked Removing space before dots produced by pinyin command
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accepted using pinyin package with xelatex
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answered using pinyin package with xelatex
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accepted Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
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comment Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
OK. Thanks! After adding the phantom node the shifting worked again. This is what I was missing. @Sašo Živanović is probably right that the general problem cannot be solved by styles. So I mark this question answered.
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revised Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
Added figure for discussion of automatic style creation.
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comment Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
I think the pure dependency structure (that is the one with the arrows not the one with the triangle lines) corresponds to a tree. But you are right, if there are additional dependencies, it is not trivial to leave the room one would require for such additional dependencies. (for instance the one from playing to children above).
Jul
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revised using pinyin package with xelatex
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Jul
27
asked using pinyin package with xelatex
Jul
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comment drawing complex dependency diagrams with tikz / forest
I now tried to do a simplified version of the diagram and noticed that one could draw most of the arrows automatically. It would be great if you could have a look at the new question as well: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/256651/… Thanks a lot!
Jul
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asked Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
Jul
22
comment Strange problem with additional space when figure floats away
I am now on texlive 2015 and the problem is still there. I use xelatex. I did add a % to some of the finished books, but it happens with new texts where I copy from papers, so this is not a really scalable solution ...
Jul
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accepted drawing complex dependency diagrams with tikz / forest
Jul
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comment drawing complex dependency diagrams with tikz / forest
Unbelievable! Thank you!
Jul
21
asked drawing complex dependency diagrams with tikz / forest
Jul
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comment Aligning nodes at the right periphery of the text area in forest
Thanks! Exactly what I wanted. I do not understand it yet, but will think about it. The phantom node. Hm.
Jul
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accepted Aligning nodes at the right periphery of the text area in forest
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comment Aligning nodes at the right periphery of the text area in forest
Yes, the first solution is the best in terms of space conservation. Thanks! However, all solutions seem to involve anchor and are incompatible to the solution to another problem: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/255101/… Are there ways to combine these solutions?