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I'm a graduate student at UR in NY.


Nov
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answered Multiple Arrows on Lines
Nov
15
accepted Multiple Arrows on Lines
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14
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revised Multiple Arrows on Lines
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Nov
14
comment Multiple Arrows on Lines
Also, I apologize if my formatting is really pathetic. I've really just been trying to get a picture that I want and haven't worried about cleanliness of the typesetting (not that I'd know how even if I were poring over the text). As such, please feel free to edit as necessary. :-)
Nov
14
asked Multiple Arrows on Lines
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
12
awarded  Quorum
Feb
11
accepted Problem with Compiling .pdf
Feb
10
comment Problem with Compiling .pdf
@MartinSchröder: As the question is on hold (and has an answer which involves updating neither WinEdt nor MikTeX), ought I delete the question or should it be kept? In the latter case, why bother keeping it on hold?
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7
awarded  Commentator
Feb
7
answered Problem with Compiling .pdf
Feb
7
comment Problem with Compiling .pdf
@SeanAllred: That is precisely it...perhaps in WinEdt 8 they have installed some updates to allow this feature, whereas the updates are not available in WinEdt 7... Thanks for your help!
Feb
7
comment Problem with Compiling .pdf
@SeanAllred: I think the problem lies in the title. If I reduce the file name to Notes, then the .pdf compiles correctly. Has WinEdt improved their compatibility with spaces in files names?
Feb
7
asked Problem with Compiling .pdf
Jul
18
comment Arc around a node in TikZ?
Do you know if there is a way to label the arc? A quick look in the manual hasn't proven useful yet...
Jul
18
comment Arc around a node in TikZ?
How can I label the arc in this case, as I've done with the two lines? I'm currently running trial and error cases...
Jul
18
comment Arc around a node in TikZ?
In your code, I think I understand most of it, but what is the ':2' indicating here? I see that the controls is the command you want to force the entering/exiting part of the line, the west says precisely which part of the node, but what is the 2?
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