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revised Workaround how to use expl3 functionality in tikz
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comment beamer title with \hfill
I would prefer the name \hfilll.
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comment Workaround how to use expl3 functionality in tikz
@cgnieder May be defining something like \tikzarc similar to this one.
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comment Workaround how to use expl3 functionality in tikz
@dawu The cool thing about the second one is that you just need to add \tikzangle (or whatever name you choose) before the angle you would write in TikZ (20:2cm).
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answered Workaround how to use expl3 functionality in tikz
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comment Defining an environment that leaves the surrounding environment
@cgnieder True, I didn't try it. However it defies my logic, shouldn't it work as I expected? (I mean “is the definition of \itemize and \enditemize as correct as it could be?”.)
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comment Defining an environment that leaves the surrounding environment
Why not the other way around \newenvironment{antiitemize}{\enditemize}{\itemize} and then use \begin{antiitemize} and \end{antiitemize}.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on normalizing graphs in pgfplots
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comment Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup
It seems so :-)
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comment Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup
Ok, now it has disappeared.
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comment Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup
I didn't accept this answer, it was accepted itself when upvoted (may be some of the remaining problems from yesterday?).
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comment Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup
@DavidCarlisle In that case let's pray for some wipet's sorcery :P
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comment Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup
@DavidCarlisle I don't mean I want that (in fact, since two months ago, I use active ^ and _ to adjust them to my needs), it was just an example of what the question asks.
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comment Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup
@DavidCarlisle Well, then having such grouping in an argument is enough. By the way, to the last part, I know the definition of |…verbatim#1\end{verbatim}[…] which is IMO quite fragile, and anything better than that would be great. For instance, something that works like a_\mathrm{min} but in a user created command would be welcome.
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comment Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup
@DavidCarlisle Curiosity. And also what reason saw Knuth to offer such possibility, and, since I've seen many, many times \hbox\bgroup\egroup, I think it might be useful (although it's true that we have survived all these years without it :D).
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comment Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup
@egreg I'm also dubious about its usefulness, but I'm curiuous about why do this option exist for some commands, and if it is possible to create a command that accepts such king of arguments (the same as \hbox).
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asked Arguments possibly delimited by \bgroup and \egroup