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accepted Beamer: how to show a logo in the vertical bar only if there is enough space left?
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comment Tree in tikz, with triangles standing for sub-trees
Thank you for your answer. I prefer the other one because it has no edges for the triangle nodes.
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accepted Tree in tikz, with triangles standing for sub-trees
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revised Tree in tikz, with triangles standing for sub-trees
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asked Tree in tikz, with triangles standing for sub-trees
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answered No space present after ensuremath
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accepted Error compiling algpseudocode example
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comment Error compiling algpseudocode example
It works now! Thank you very much! It was a mistake in the example (maybe I'm using an old version of the guide)
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asked Error compiling algpseudocode example
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accepted Layer between a node and its text
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awarded  Nice Question
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revised Layer between a node and its text
Added second MWE with beamer
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comment Layer between a node and its text
@percusse the package does more than what i want to achieve: i do not need any extra switches, and will use the keyboard to go from one slide to the following in a linear way. But I will look moee into it and see if I let it work for me. (also I will have to learn how to install it under MiKTeX)
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comment Layer between a node and its text
Thank you! This is a good solution for my example, but i need to do it with several shapes (also with some shapes intersecting more than one node) and think that declaring a new shape each time is too much work. Sorry if this was not clear enough, it is definitely mi fault.
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comment Layer between a node and its text
@percusse the highlight is in the same picture. Is it possible to "switch off" a layer using overlays? This could be a solution since i could prepare different layers for the highlithings and then "switch them on and off" as needed.
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comment Layer between a node and its text
I'm preparing a beamer presentation, with some nodes in a matrix that have each different shapes (some are square and gray, others simply show text without shape or color). I want to highlight, in the same slide and different times (using overlays), different portions of the matrix (see for example the last answer in tex.stackexchange.com/questions/40028/…). However, if i place the highliting in the front layer, the node text is "grayed out", while if i place it in the back layer, the highlighting is grayed out by the nodes. I want it to be in the middle.