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May
6
revised How does \uput determine the touching point between the object box and the hypothetical circle?
Rephrasing the questions to be more understandable.
May
6
comment How does \uput determine the touching point between the object box and the hypothetical circle?
Please see my update for the first case to know what part confused me. If you can explain this, the mission will be accomplished for the first case.
May
6
revised How does \uput determine the touching point between the object box and the hypothetical circle?
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May
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comment How does \uput determine the touching point between the object box and the hypothetical circle?
For the given angle \alpha (or the second argument), a line from (i_x,i_y) to (i_x,i_y)+(r;\alpha) does not point to the touching point on which the box of non-zero object and the hypothetical circle touch.
May
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comment Why can the labelsep of \uput not work when represented in RPN?
@A.Ellett: So the first argument cannot accept RPN expression?
May
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comment How does \uput determine the touching point between the object box and the hypothetical circle?
The statement "\uput always maintains a fixed radial distance" might be misleading because the referenced points on the object always change.
May
6
comment Curved arrow describing a step in a mathematical derivation
@Sigur: Put \usepackage{auto-pst-pdf} in your preamble to be compilable with pdflatex.
May
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answered Curved arrow describing a step in a mathematical derivation
May
5
comment drawing a line in polar coordinates
@AlainMatthes: The circle was added to the answer just for showing the point (110:2). It should be regarded as an auxiliary object so it was intentionally separated from the line construction syntax for the sake of clearness.
May
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revised drawing a line in polar coordinates
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revised drawing a line in polar coordinates
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answered drawing a line in polar coordinates
May
5
comment Perform matrix operations (addition, product, transpose, etc.) in LaTeX?
@MatthewLeingang: See the last update at the bottom.
May
5
revised Perform matrix operations (addition, product, transpose, etc.) in LaTeX?
Adding information for the comment posted by Matthew Leingang!
May
5
answered Perform matrix operations (addition, product, transpose, etc.) in LaTeX?
May
5
comment Can fuzzy borders be added to external pictures programmatically?
@Jubobs: 41 cycles per picture of course slow down the compilation but it should not hurt much especially if they are done in PostScript level as opposed to TeX level.
May
5
revised Can fuzzy borders be added to external pictures programmatically?
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May
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revised How does \uput determine the touching point between the object box and the hypothetical circle?
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May
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asked How does \uput determine the touching point between the object box and the hypothetical circle?
May
5
answered Can fuzzy borders be added to external pictures programmatically?