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Feb
16
revised Copy and paste on iPad selects whole sentences after loading libertine
added 7082 characters in body
Jan
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
11
comment Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
But you shoud add the no edge option to the dg junction style as well. Thanks a lot! This forest stuff is so cool! It is really great in comparison to what we linguists did the decades before ...
Jan
11
accepted Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
Jan
11
comment Aligning forest trees and getting the bounding box right
Hm. I would like to keep the normal braces, so since the tikz decoration looks different, this solution is not optimal. The other solution suggests drawing the braces by hand. This is not a general solution and similar to adding some \vspaceas in my original proposal. A reply to one of my other questions suggested a way to fix the baseline tex.stackexchange.com/questions/206728/… I included \forestset{begin draw/.code={\begin{tikzpicture}[baseline=(current bounding box.center)]}} after \menge{ and this gets the alignment right not bb.
Jan
11
comment Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
For examples with such constructions in the middle of the tree, one needs an additional no edge: dg junction/.style={no edge, tikz+={\draw (!p.east)--(!.west) (.east)--(!n.west);} }
Jan
11
comment Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
Now, I got it: dg junction/.style={tikz+={\draw (!p.east)--(!.west) (.east)--(!n.west);} } Thanks! I think this will help for my other questions as well. You should add this as an answer to get the points.
Jan
11
accepted Aligning several forest trees in centered way
Jan
11
comment Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
I tried this: dg junction/.style={\noexpand\draw (!p.east)--(!.west) (.east)--(!n.west);} But get a complaint that draw is an undefined control sequence. Same for \path.
Jan
10
comment Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
That did not work. It is not the space around the remaining node, but the space of the phantom node. The picture behaves as if something was there. See my edit.
Jan
10
revised Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
added stuff to react to Jeffs comment
Jan
10
comment Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
Unfortunately this does not work. The connection between the nodes disappears again.
Jan
10
comment Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
Thanks. I did this and added two no edge declarations to the V daughters. It works, but the size of the node is still added to the tree, whereas the node with ,phantom declaration does not use any space.
Jan
10
asked Declaring a node to be a phantom node breaks connections between sisters in forest
Jan
9
revised Adding a specification concerning two daughters, one with special status, in forest
added example with shift with fixed number of pixels
Jan
8
comment Adding a specification concerning two daughters, one with special status, in forest
Hm. I do not know what this means. The line should be right below the mother node but should have the extension of the daughters. I do not know how to do this.
Dec
31
revised Adding a specification concerning two daughters, one with special status, in forest
put no edge in the style code
Dec
23
revised Adding a specification concerning two daughters, one with special status, in forest
added MWE using edge path
Dec
22
asked Adding a specification concerning two daughters, one with special status, in forest
Dec
18
comment Smaller roofs for forest
Sorry, marked it as answered now. There was some exchange with Saso via email, so the solution by Saso below is not the one I am using now.