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comment How to modify pattern of dashed line to not start/end with a space?
See here for another related discussion.
Jun
24
comment TiKZ pattern on an angle?
@bonanza actually, I've completely reimplemented the patterns.meta stuff so the answer above is out of date and possibly wrong given the current CVS code. I haven't checked backward compatibility yet.
Jun
24
comment How to paint the two last quarters of circles that are missing?
\tikz\draw[fill=red!80]\foreach~in{-1,1}{(~,0)arc(90:0:-~)-|(~,0)arc(-90:0:-~)-‌​|(~,0)};
Jun
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Jun
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answered How to center horizontally tikzpicture in beamer frame using a specific node?
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Jun
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revised Automatically generate multiplication table and colour specific rown, columns, and diagonals
Updating answer (almost) according to OP's revised "starting" code.
Jun
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answered Automatically generate multiplication table and colour specific rown, columns, and diagonals
May
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revised Resources (or instructions) on how to make a variable size donut/pie chart with tikz
Changed table column name from hours to years
May
31
answered Resources (or instructions) on how to make a variable size donut/pie chart with tikz
May
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answered How can I access the value of `\pgfdecoratedpathlength` for use later in the document?
May
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answered Custom TikZ teardrop/infinity shape?
May
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answered matrix with tikz
May
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comment PGF/TikZ Draw the border of a shape inside it
You can actually add a postaction to a preaction so that everything can be done in one command without the scope environment: \draw [preaction={clip, postaction={draw=yellow, line width=6mm}}] (0,0) rectangle (2,2);
May
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answered 3n arguments in a macro (n is an even number) for curves whose thicknesses increase or decrease
May
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comment The commands \wd, \tp and \ht in TikZ/PGF
I think you mean \wd, \ht and \dp (not \tp) which are TeX primitives for getting the width, height and depth of a box. See chapter 5 "Boxes" in "TeX by Topic" by Victor Eijkhout for some suitably gory details. You can get it here.
May
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revised Name tikz pic as if it was a node
Added wrapper use "proper" pic naming
May
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comment TikZ Calendar Example Fails: Undefined control sequence \@EveryShipout@Output
Do you need the preview package? If the three lines containing the preview stuff are removed the document compiles without error.
May
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answered Name tikz pic as if it was a node