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Oct
28
awarded  Scholar
Oct
28
accepted Figure with minipage alignment issues
Oct
28
accepted Align text to top left in a TikZ block
Oct
26
comment Align text to top left in a TikZ block
It works! Thanks a lot.
Oct
24
asked Align text to top left in a TikZ block
Oct
24
comment Figure with minipage alignment issues
That was helpful :)
Oct
24
comment Figure with minipage alignment issues
Awesome! Thanks a lot. What does [htb] stand for?
Oct
24
asked Figure with minipage alignment issues
Mar
15
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
@Peter Sure thing. I'll post another question. Thanks!
Mar
15
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
@Peter Please post in your suggestions for doing the same with multiple arguments. for example: \begin{analyze}{eddy,fred,mike}
Mar
14
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
let us continue this discussion in chat
Mar
14
awarded  Commentator
Mar
14
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
I have my use case mentioned in the question. How do I change your code in order to get an input like that?
Mar
14
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
Can you please help me to modify your code so that the output is the logical versions of the stroked-out versions? That is, If "eddy" is given as an input, how can I reflect the changes done by "eddy" in the actual document. All stroked-out lines should be deleted and the added lines should be added as a normal text.
Mar
14
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
Can you briefly explain what is the role of /ExplSyntaxOn and /ExplSyntaxOff here? And does these belong to the xparse package?
Mar
14
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
Your method works awesome if I have to pass on a list. Thanks!!
Mar
14
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
@Peter The answer that you gave was very helpful. Thanks!
Mar
14
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
Can you please explain the code please?
Feb
21
comment A new environment to decide dynamically which commands to run?
@Peter: The updated answer has given me a good insight onto how to complete my functionality. I really appreciate. I am still not clear why should not I use 'let'. I will get that clear as I make progress I guess.
Feb
20
awarded  Nice Question