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comment Quote Environment à la Strunk’s ‘The Elements of Style’
@egreg: parskip packages does it, but it also suppresses first paragraph indentation.
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comment Is opacity a valid key for \includegraphics?
Welcome to TeX.SX. Please, could you provide a minimal but complete working (or not) example? It will be easier to help you. In any case, I think that opacity is not a valid graphicx option. Did you get this line from a working presentation?
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comment Quote Environment à la Strunk’s ‘The Elements of Style’
Ups! you're right. I didn't notice the indentation. But I neither don't know how to do it.
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comment How can I make a path with arrow “open” or “two-sided”?
I think you can find something similar in tex.stackexchange.com/q/180242/1952
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comment In TikZ, what are the coordinates “node” uses to “draw”? (the effects of the difference between “inner sep” and “outer sep”)
I think this question and answers can help you: Properly aligning drawn lines between the corners of 2 rectangular nodes in TikZ?
Nov
18
comment Strike through with colors
I don't know if they are valid for beamer but may be some of these ideas can help you: tex.stackexchange.com/q/5959/1952, tex.stackexchange.com/a/116907/1952
Nov
17
comment drawing directed graph
The answer is easily found in Tkz-graph documentation, page 21. You already have this document in your system: type texdoc tkz-graph from command line
Nov
17
comment tikz-qtree does not work with node
Forget my previous comment, just add \usetikzlibrary{babel} to your preamble. It also works for me, even with \node(i){has};. It looks like as a conflict with babel.
Nov
17
comment tikz-qtree does not work with node
If instead of \node(i){has}; I use \node[name=i]{has};, it works for me
Nov
17
comment Is TIKZ sending ambiguous PDF instructions that only TEXstudio understands well?
If you change the order hatch before dash all is red. Looks like in TeXStudio with TeXworks viewer. Doesn't work with SumatraPDF and PDFX-change viewer.
Nov
14
comment Reducing space between annotation text and the line in a pin (PGFplots)
Reduce pin's node inner sep: pin={[fill=white, pin distance = 5 mm, inner sep=0pt]120:{A}}]
Nov
13
comment Problem with umlaut in Texworks
Try adding \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} to your preamble
Nov
13
comment tikz: draw a piece of a path between given coordinates
May be this helps: tex.stackexchange.com/q/74986/1952, I understand you want to draw the path in pieces to proper label it. This question asks how to convert some particular path point into a percentage to later use pos=... and the answer provides and iterative solution.
Nov
12
comment Beamer Tikz-cd Problem
Try with \begin{frame}[fragile] instead of just \begin{frame}. It worked for me if I suppress \bs (which I don't know what it means, because I've never used tikz-cd)
Nov
11
comment How can I have place more than three vertical poster boxes using the relative positioning in baposter?
Welcome to TeX.SX! Could you post some example showing the problem. It's easier to start working with your code than building it from start. And it helps to better understand described problems.
Nov
11
comment Shape missing using pic in TikZ
@HarishKumar OK, forget my question. Mark solved it.
Nov
11
comment Shrink image on click in beamer
@GonzaloMedina You're right I misunderstood shrink.
Nov
11
comment Shape missing using pic in TikZ
@HarishKumar is not possible to use two or more pics on same path?
Nov
9
comment boundary around nodes corresponding to euler walk
Related: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/71638/…
Nov
6
comment Verbatim and Bacground&TikZ compatibility problems
I think the problem appears because your code is longer than one page and the system doesn't know how to break it. I divided it in three \begin{verbatim}...\end{verbatim} environtments with \newpage between second and third and it worked.