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accepted using texlive 2013 and 2014 in parallel
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comment getting or copying texlive 2013 for Mac
Thanks! Didn't try this.
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comment getting or copying texlive 2013 for Mac
Does this work with Mac? Mactex is usually a huge package with the .pkg ending. It does the integration with the Mac preference pane.
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asked getting or copying texlive 2013 for Mac
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comment Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
yes, I think that the structure that is needed for this is the tree given in the question. This tree contains the information from where to where the dependenc arrows have to be drawn. It does not contain information about linearization of the words though. Interestingly this information is contained in the second tree with the empty nodes. So it may be possible to draw the figure automatically from this. Anyway, for my purposes your answer is sufficient and it would be only make sense to invest further work if we would like to solve this problem for the DG community. Thanks for the solu
Jul
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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.
Jul
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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
Jul
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accepted Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
Jul
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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.
Jul
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revised Drawing condensed version of complex dependency diagrams
Added figure for discussion of automatic style creation.
Jul
31
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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