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comment Block diagram TikZ connectors
If you are replicating it, a design tip: It bothers me enormously how those 4 arrows end non-uniformly in "assets prices [...]". Try to make them en in a more elegant way!
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comment Cylinder with specific orientation
Fantastic. Could you please give a hint on how to change the cylinder diymensions?
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comment Cylinder with specific orientation
@JohnKormylo I want just the cylinder, the text can be next to it.
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comment Cylinder with specific orientation
@cfr that would mean drawing a pipe and some lids in the coordinate system, right?
Feb
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comment Cylinder with specific orientation
@cfr apologies, in the main stackoverflow it is a common one. Minimum Verifiable Complete Example. What do you mean by "draw the outline in the normal way". Apologies, I just started with Tikz, still trying to work my head around it.
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comment Cylinder with specific orientation
@cfr oh yeah, this was supposed to mean just a MVCE (ofc my figure its way more complex), and i forgot it! It could be, but, I have no idea how to approach that case then!
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comment Where does the name “TeX” come from?
@Xiang Ji. Ofcourse... ofcourse......
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comment Where does the name “TeX” come from?
" When you say it correctly to your computer, the terminal may become slightly moist". TeX quote of the year.