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May
19
answered matrix with tikz
May
15
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
8
answered 3n arguments in a macro (n is an even number) for curves whose thicknesses increase or decrease
May
7
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
3
revised Name tikz pic as if it was a node
Added wrapper use "proper" pic naming
May
3
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
2
answered Name tikz pic as if it was a node
May
1
revised Change style for empty/non-empty node content
Added caveat
May
1
answered Change style for empty/non-empty node content
Apr
29
revised How can I typeset an environment and its literal equivalent in an environment?
edited body
Apr
29
comment Can we define a node's inner sep value with relative units in terms of the in-scope font key value?
@PaulGessler I don't know actually. I think that font key retains the old functionality just for compatibility, so that older code using em and ex produces the same effect with the new PGF version.
Apr
29
answered How can I typeset an environment and its literal equivalent in an environment?
Apr
29
answered Can we define a node's inner sep value with relative units in terms of the in-scope font key value?
Apr
25
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Apr
24
answered Using loops with chains?
Apr
24
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Apr
22
revised Accuracy of calculations in TikZ with fixed point arithmetic
Proposed that the problem is not mathematical accuracy.
Apr
22
answered Accuracy of calculations in TikZ with fixed point arithmetic
Apr
21
comment How does the stripcommand in the pgfmanual file work?
Just a minor point, but without braces around the macro argument,\removeats\ab@cd@ef will only work as stated if the category code of @ is 11.
Apr
21
comment How does the stripcommand in the pgfmanual file work?
Actually, the \getridofats command replaces @ with \protect\printanat.