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comment Generating a transparent image from LaTeX
If you want help on this, you're going to have to give us more on this than a general description. What tools you used (TikZ, pstricks, something else) may or may not be determinants in how easy it is to achieve the effect you want. By posting a MWE, you will greatly help us understand better how to make suggestions and you will more likely get a response.
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comment Tikz : pgfmathresult after a pgfmathparse returns 0
In such situations I usually use \edef\myvalue{\pgfmathresult} so it's not later lost. Or \xdef if I need it in a later iteration.
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comment Adding math behavior to custom macro in AUCTeX
@giordano My fear with updating is the last time I updated I had a major headache reestablishing my preferences and trying to figure out how to turn off all the cute new features (such as super/subscripts) that I find more annoyances than anything else. But someone day soon, I'll just have to bite the bullet.
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comment Adding math behavior to custom macro in AUCTeX
@giordano I'm running on an older version of emacs for which that functionality doesn't exist. I should probably really update things.
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comment Is there a better way to draw parallel lines between two nodes that are neither aligned vertically or horizontally
The at start and at end syntax is what I needed to learn about. Thank you.
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comment Drawing an echo state network
I'm not entirely happy with the \shiftdraw macro. I posted a question about whether there's a better approach.
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asked Is there a better way to draw parallel lines between two nodes that are neither aligned vertically or horizontally
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answered How to avoid copied code with the combination pgfplots/standalone?