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Apr
27
comment Text edge and shadow with tikz
Why a tcolorbox tag?
Apr
26
comment Problem using TikZ and Paracol
@Sr.Schneider Footnote problem can be solved with tex.stackexchange.com/questions/274/…. You could also find alternative solutions to figure+paragraph pairs in tex.stackexchange.com/questions/154401/…
Apr
26
comment Border around includegraphics
I don't know why but center produces a shorter frame.
Apr
26
comment Connecting tree nodes with double arrows a la chef
They probably do, but the first edge from parent from texmf to doc is overwritten by the edge from texmf to fonts and so on.
Apr
26
answered Problem using TikZ and Paracol
Apr
26
comment How to add antennas to flowchart
@Bob1990 I've updated the answer for your first comment. About second, I don't understand what it means. But as I think it's a completely different question, would be better that you open a new one.
Apr
26
revised How to add antennas to flowchart
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Apr
25
revised How to add antennas to flowchart
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Apr
25
comment How to add antennas to flowchart
Instead of \node (9,0) node[antenna] try with \node[antenna] at (9,0) {};.
Apr
25
answered How to add antennas to flowchart
Apr
25
revised How to add antennas to flowchart
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Apr
25
answered Filling between two lines
Apr
24
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Apr
22
comment TikZ: wrong edge between split rectangles in graphs
Not related but you could be interested in: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/42114/… and standalone
Apr
22
comment tikz array lookup
@JasonS Insert text with slash inside a pair of braces: {.../...}
Apr
21
comment How to create rectangles of arbitrary size?
@wrtlprnft Thank you, I've applied your suggestion.
Apr
21
revised How to create rectangles of arbitrary size?
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Apr
21
answered How to create rectangles of arbitrary size?
Apr
21
comment How to create rectangles of arbitrary size?
I'd suggest: \node[fill=green,inner sep=0,draw, fit=(A-1-3.north west) (A-1-5.south east), minimum height=12mm,yshift=5em, anchor=south, label=center:Requested size]{}; Fit coordinates only define node size, you can shift it as you want, so no aux coordinates are necessary. A second point is about text of fitting nodes, it's better to use label=center:... and leave node's text empty. Please look at p 622 in pgfmanual.
Apr
21
comment animated proof in latex
tex.stackexchange.com/a/303506/1952