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comment Drawing a flag in LaTeX Tikz
@Dr.HenrietteB.Fröhlich The (0,70*\i) sets the starting coordinate for each bar of the flag starting at the bottom: (0,70) then (0,140), then (0,210) etc.
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comment How to extract a list of all frame titles in beamer?
Why not just use the method in your linked question and make the list the last slide? Then print it out if you need to.
Jun
26
comment How do you write multiple terms on RHS enclosed in curly braces in an equation?
Duplicate of How to write this math term? I think.
Jun
23
comment Two edges for same node and add circle to node
Since this isn't really a tree, you might be better off drawing it using regular nodes and connections rather than using tikz-qtree.
Jun
23
comment More than 6 glossed subexamples Linguex
Since linguex uses the same glossing code as gb4e it's unlikely they differ in their glossing capabilities.
Jun
23
comment More than 6 glossed subexamples Linguex
Actually maybe I've misunderstood you. Do you need more lines of glossing or just more subexamples? If the latter you can reuse \gla etc. to get more letters.
Jun
23
comment More than 6 glossed subexamples Linguex
No there is no direct way to do this. You could hack it with unnumbered examples perhaps. If you need this kind of glossing I would recommend the ExPex package.
Jun
22
comment chapter and section headings at the center without packages
So is this a homework assignment?
Jun
22
comment authblk package improvement
Still not clear. Why are you using \footnote? Can you actually add a minimal document to show what the problem is?
Jun
22
comment chapter and section headings at the center without packages
Do you have any compelling reason not to use packages? Using a package usually makes the code easier to write and understand, and also likely anticipates interactions with other things that you might not have thought about. It's not that you can't do this stuff without packages, but why would you want to?
Jun
22
comment authblk package improvement
I don't think Patrick Daly is actively developing his packages other than dealing with the occasional bug. So I suspect that asking him for feature requests will not be useful. Your point 1 is not clear. Minimal example? On point 2, there is a command \\authorcr which allows breaks. On point 3 you could do this easily with fancyhdr.
Jun
21
comment Adding Short Lines Across Decision Tree Branch
But since I didn't wait for your code, I don't think it combines well with your existing edge labels.
Jun
21
comment Adding Short Lines Across Decision Tree Branch
That would be fine (and helpful). Your question is quite clear.
Jun
21
comment Adding Short Lines Across Decision Tree Branch
Can you post a minimal document showing the code you have? Then people can more easily adapt it.
Jun
21
comment Redefining \section command
Would you like your sections to look the same way that the paragraph command looks, i.e., the section title on the same line as the text? Or do you just want some specific extra information to appear after the section title (like your page number) and then the actual section starts on a new line? The first is easy to do; the second would be better done with a separate command.
Jun
20
comment Setting Margins Exactly - Geometry Package
Why are you using the apa6 document class? This is designed for submission to APA journals, and I suspect will have other issues that your university will not like (e.g. unnumbered sections) and you will spend a lot of time undoing the class functionality. If you need APA bibliography formatting, I recommend using biblatex-apa and then building your thesis document using either the KOMA class or memoir.
Jun
19
comment \documentclass{tikz-qtree} Error Two \documentclass or \documentstyle commands
You're right. I read his comment too fast.
Jun
19
comment \documentclass{tikz-qtree} Error Two \documentclass or \documentstyle commands
@cfr Just add it to your answer. I've encountered this problem before, and the log posted by the OP confirms it. But David had already suggested it too. There's no need for a separate answer, and in some sense it's a very peculiarly local problem.
Jun
19
comment \documentclass{tikz-qtree} Error Two \documentclass or \documentstyle commands
@sam2 The subsequent problem arose because your test file was named tikz-qtree.tex which is also the name of the code file that the tikz-qtree package uses. This is not something you could have easily forseen.
Jun
19
comment \documentclass{tikz-qtree} Error Two \documentclass or \documentstyle commands
@DavidCarlisle This is almost certainly correct, since tikz-qtree is a wrapper for tikz-qtree.tex.