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comment Reference not showing paper title
I think we would need to know how is this reference written in myCitations and how do you cite it.
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comment Foreach loop to use path intersections directly
This problem is solved in this example in pgfmanual
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comment Tikz: Align left/width of different fit boxes so multiple fitboxes align nicely vertically
@jos Does your objects follow a regular (matrix) distribution?
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comment Tikz: Align left/width of different fit boxes so multiple fitboxes align nicely vertically
@jos you can always do something like fit = {(id2)([yshift=1cm]id3.east)} which will keep width but noth height. Although I'm not sure about what do you want to do and if this is the best (or easier) solution. I think is easier to draw several outer nodes with your desired size and place obj inside. Another solution could be to use .pics. If you could explain the problem in more datail or show a more complex example, we could help you better.
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comment What is the most practical way to make and include a plot in pdfLaTeX
Take a look at pgfplots and pgfplotstable
Jul
28
comment No space between rows and columns of subfigures
@DimKoim I've opened your zip file, included all *.sty, *.cls files inside /kulemnt/doc/template folder, inserted my example from \begin{figure} to \end{figure} between two \include{...} lines in thesis.tex and everything worked as expected. Unless you provide some more information we cannot help you.
Jul
28
comment NewEnviron, \BODY and lstlisting
An alternative solution with tcolorboxes and tcblistings can be found in tex.stackexchange.com/a/257455/1952
Jul
28
comment Need help to get graphs in the pdf
If I'm not wrong, latexdraw produces postcript files which you need to convert to pdf to be seen with pdflatex. I think that an alternative solution would be to use xelatex.
Jul
28
comment No space between rows and columns of subfigures
@egreg Thank you. I've corrected my answer.
Jul
28
comment How to force the tcolorbox package to cover the upper and lower part of pages?
Although opactiy let us see header, it's still covered. Compare it with footer in previous page.
Jul
28
comment How to force the tcolorbox package to cover the upper and lower part of pages?
@Sisabe I've updated the answer, but with a horrible solution. I think you'll need better help than mine.
Jul
27
comment Adding vertical lines to each side of a paragraph
@macmadness86: If you don't want to update your system, just install tcoorbox.sty and ...code.tex files from ctan in your working folder. It's not the correct solution, but will work until you update the system.
Jul
27
comment Adding vertical lines to each side of a paragraph
@macmadness86 You need to update tcolorbox. According its documentation, borderline vertical was added on 20-Oct-2014.
Jul
25
comment How to draw a series of simple circle packing illustrations, possibly with Tikz?
@Sigur: Not trick number: Wikipedia says diameter of outside circel is 4.863, then center position for last circles is 4.863/2-circle radius=1.9315.
Jul
22
comment print empty cell in Latex
take a look at empty cells with in pgfplotstable manual
Jul
22
comment can't figure out why this code won't compile
Suppress the empty line inside align*
Jul
21
comment beamer - dealing with background color of selected pages
@daleif: Does it help? tex.stackexchange.com/questions/7126/…
Jul
21
comment beamer - dealing with background color of selected pages
@daleif You're right. I would like to know how to add new options to frame, something like \begin{frame}[background color=...] similar to \begin{frame}[plain] but there's nothing in beameruserguide about it.
Jul
21
comment Entering a level
@ManpreetPangli I've updated my answer. Is this what you want?
Jul
20
comment Is there any database of BibTex entries?
Are you looking for a (general) bibliography data base or for a bibtex references manager like jabref?