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Apr
11
comment Is there a way to produce this division symbol? ÷
@MatthewLeingang: It depends on the context of use that has not been clearly defined in the question.
Apr
11
revised Is there a way to produce this division symbol? ÷
added 314 characters in body
Apr
11
answered Is there a way to produce this division symbol? ÷
Apr
10
answered Using TikZ to depict intonation
Apr
10
revised How do I make tangents to ellipses and lines parallel to these?
Adding explanation to be more useful for others. :-)
Apr
10
revised How do I make tangents to ellipses and lines parallel to these?
added 418 characters in body
Apr
10
answered How do I make tangents to ellipses and lines parallel to these?
Apr
10
answered How to use getnodelist?
Apr
10
accepted How to use getnodelist?
Apr
10
comment How to use getnodelist?
Thank you......
Apr
10
accepted Do assignments need to be appended by % to remove the trailing white spaces?
Apr
10
comment How to use getnodelist?
Passing P to \drawpolygon in \getnodelist{P}{\drawpolygon{P}}(1,1)(2,1)(2,2)(1,2) should not be necessary because (1) it can be inferred internally, (2) it increases the potential of error prone (users accidentally pass a different name).
Apr
10
asked How to use getnodelist?
Apr
10
answered Why use a package to typeset units?
Apr
9
comment How to draw a closed smooth curve from a list of nodes?
1 sub 2.5 add?
Apr
9
comment How to draw a closed smooth curve from a list of nodes?
@g.kov: \curvepnodes makes life easier because we don't need to calculate the angle step.
Apr
9
answered How to draw a closed smooth curve from a list of nodes?
Apr
9
revised How to draw a closed smooth curve from a list of nodes?
It should be better to use realtime instead of a hard coded constant for seeding the pseudo random generator.
Apr
9
suggested approved edit on How to draw a closed smooth curve from a list of nodes?
Apr
9
revised Amoeba shape with TikZ
Correcting a small yet noticeable glitch on the joint ends.