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Mar
9
comment Adding coordinates for connection between nodes in several forest environments
The \ignoreme has the effect that LaTeX does not know the bounding box of the whole figure. Is it possible to get this right as well? Shall I formulate another question rather than asking here?
Mar
9
comment Adding coordinates for connection between nodes in several forest environments
And this: The yshift raises the beginning of the line so that it is not too far away from the node.
Mar
9
comment Adding coordinates for connection between nodes in several forest environments
I added this to my code: the following line is ignored for space computation due to \ignoreme the first VP node at the baseline is connected to a place between the dominating vp !u.north and the node to the left of it !un.north (the second VP node on the second line). 3/4 specifies the position between these nodes. It is more to the second VP. From there we go to rll, which is the root node's (r) last child's (l) last child (l). Since the root node is our phantom node, the rll node is the last VP in the second row.
Mar
9
comment Is it possible to add a command at the beginning of a chapter?
Thanks! I start to understand some facts about the inner mechanics!
Mar
9
comment \raggedright in glosses and switching back to normal alignment
Unfortunately the \raggedright + \par solution does not work if I use \ex[]{ ... }.
Mar
9
comment Is it possible to add a command at the beginning of a chapter?
Thanks! Why does it have to go to the start?
Mar
9
accepted Is it possible to add a command at the beginning of a chapter?
Mar
8
asked Is it possible to add a command at the beginning of a chapter?
Mar
8
comment \raggedright in glosses and switching back to normal alignment
Thanks! Would it be possible to have a raggedright version of \gll, say \gllr? This seems to be the minimally invasive solution.
Mar
7
comment (Mis?)using tabular for making boxes
OK. I found the solution: Instead of using \hlineand | I can put the tabulars in \fboxes.
Mar
7
comment (Mis?)using tabular for making boxes
Both the inner boxes are content of the outer boxes and the words are content in the inner boxes. Yes, maybe I go for tikz, but the content of the inner box in the third example is clearly tabular. With three aligned attribute value pairs.
Mar
7
asked (Mis?)using tabular for making boxes
Mar
7
accepted AtBeginEnvironment does not work with natbib
Mar
7
comment AtBeginEnvironment does not work with natbib
And this works since natbib does not overwrite \interlinepenalty?
Mar
7
comment AtBeginEnvironment does not work with natbib
Ah, interesting hack! But who knows what future developments of natbib will do with this command ...
Mar
7
asked AtBeginEnvironment does not work with natbib
Mar
6
asked \raggedright in glosses and switching back to normal alignment
Mar
4
accepted Adding coordinates for connection between nodes in several forest environments
Mar
4
comment Adding coordinates for connection between nodes in several forest environments
Thanks a lot! I guess I will need another three years to fully master this ...
Mar
4
comment Adding coordinates for connection between nodes in several forest environments
Thanks a lot! The most important thing I learned was the phantom node to put everything into the same environment. Could you maybe comment in the code on what the other stuff is doing? The for children? The \ignoreme. And also the paths. And how do you arrive at them. Is this just trial and error?