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reviewed Close How to manage long title with progressbar
Nov
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answered Rotate a path around a point
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revised Tikz “Times Roman” in axis labels
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comment Advantages of EndNote over BibTex, if any
mendeley is the controversy after being acquired by elsevier. so it's not rainbows all the way.
Nov
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comment What is the simplest way to draw this triangle exactly?
@andrewstacey yes. it wasn't criticism. I meant it is a ruler a compass and a brain. the logic can infere more than the mere do this do that measure this etc. so it's not simple as advertised but a puristic approach.
Nov
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revised Number line and hatching
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comment What is the simplest way to draw this triangle exactly?
@AndrewStacey Why trigonometry is not considered first principles? Can't we count? This is kind of the complete anti-Bourbaki way of handling the problem :P (just teasing)
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revised What is the simplest way to draw this triangle exactly?
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revised What is the simplest way to draw this triangle exactly?
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awarded  diagrams
Nov
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Font for inline Listings is not changing
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
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comment Curved Paths as Callouts
So you say you have an example and you won't paste it because it is a categorical question. And we should give you a text based answer for that or what? Where is the benefit of it? I already give you the answer without the code in the comment then. That's what is ridiculous.
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revised Curved Paths as Callouts
fixed the invalid edit
Nov
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comment Still having difficulty with use of `\expandafter`
I think you need to distill the questions a little further, if I may comment on the style. It's a lot of code to get to the bottom of your problem.
Nov
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Curved Paths as Callouts
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comment Curved Paths as Callouts
Make a to path, with measuring the path angle with relative in,out angles. And without a simple MWE with your manual arrows, this is still a do-it-for-me question.
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comment What is the simplest way to draw this triangle exactly?
@Marienplatz BDA and CAB are similar triangles. You can do atan-free things such as Law of Sines etc. too which says x=14/3 but why bother if you have atan2 (not atan!) ?
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answered What is the simplest way to draw this triangle exactly?
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comment What is the simplest way to draw this triangle exactly?
They are similar triangles. So is it allowed to take the ratio of sides or is it still manual?