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comment Fix append pgfplots style to all pictures breaking plain TikZ compilation
@percuße so, the code you suggest would be different from this one?
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comment Fix append pgfplots style to all pictures breaking plain TikZ compilation
@percuße I don't think I understood what you meant. Shouldn't the empty axis be enough? Is there any way to force no grid nor axis in this empty axis?
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accepted More elegant way to achieve this same camera perspective projection model?
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comment More elegant way to achieve this same camera perspective projection model?
I wasn't aware of this 3D coordinate system support in TikZ. Is it in the manual? A search for 3D doesn't show this. Looks interesting. What do you mean by having to adjust colors? Can't see the relation of it with this topic. I'll try this tikz-3dplot idea. Looks nice too. I used relative coordinates in the pixel squares, but it didn't seem to help much with the other drawings. Maybe with the 3D system this is solved.
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Remove unused world coordinate system from code
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comment Create curved TikZ single arrow
@PaulGaborit The head is not, but the arrow itself is. Isn't it possible to draw a circled arrow like these from my picture using the same structured as in the linked question? I can't see why not, but right now I don't understand the code from the linked example either, so I'm might be wrong.