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awarded  Notable Question
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
31
awarded  Informed
Jul
16
comment Outsourcing Tikz and relative paths
@cfr: since I work from both Windows and Linux machines, I am reluctant about using symlinks. Even though modern versions of windows support them, git does not. (There is a comment from April this year, indicating it is still unsupported). As for the graphicspath I did not even know that it exists, so I will try that, however I would love the native feel of just amking all input and co commands relative to the current file.
Jul
16
asked Outsourcing Tikz and relative paths
Jul
15
accepted storing a pgfpoint for repeated use
Jul
15
asked storing a pgfpoint for repeated use
Jul
15
accepted Label placement on slanted nodes
Jul
15
asked Label placement on slanted nodes
Jul
14
awarded  Civic Duty
Jul
13
comment Bar graphs with tikz scientific axies=clean
@TorbjørnT. : indeed very interesting, thank you very much.
Jul
7
accepted Centering the labels in circuits.logic.IEC
Jul
7
asked Centering the labels in circuits.logic.IEC
Jul
7
awarded  Revival
Jul
7
answered Does a workaround or solution exists for the label conflict of circuitikz and TikZ?
Jun
28
asked Glossaries and corner cases
Jun
24
comment How to rotate a node and text independently in Tikz
With the current version shape border rotate=-X does not seem to work, use shape border rotate=Y with Y=360-X instead.
Jun
24
revised Pretending a package has been loaded
deleted 1 character in body
Jun
24
comment Tikz copying node handle
@Alenanno: I think you understood me wrong: I relally like your answer, and actually used it, however, I can only accept one answer, and that has to be the other one, since that is what I would hope to find if I come here from a search engine. I *really* value your solution (I learned something very useful), my post was more intended as "I like your answer, but unfortunately I can accept only one."
Jun
24
comment Tikz copying node handle
+1 for the remember bit. Its just that Heiko Oberdiek's answer takes the cake by doing exactly what I asked for. (Although this is definitely the better solution if I need to access the nodes again after the for loop)