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comment Is there a straight-forward way to measure angles in tkz-euclide?
You can search for \tkzFindAngle() in the manual.
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comment What exactly is latex3/xor?
See this for or tex.stackexchange.com/questions/8212/… and x is the typical way to mention a difference or a new feature such as package names graphicx,xparse,xstring and so on.
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comment Labeling problems with exam class usage when using multiple chapters
Please open a new question and give the link to this question. Otherwise you won't get an answer since this area is reserved for answers of this specific question.
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comment Tikzpicture curvature in path issue
@A.Ellett True but \tikz@to@out stays as 18*2 and then passed around like that and at some point it is parsed in a computation. \tikz@to@in however is once and for all defined and stays like that at the expansion. That's why the end points agree but the initial angles don't match.
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comment Tikzpicture curvature in path issue
@A.Ellett It's just not parsing after *. Try \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz}\begin{document}\tikzset{bend angle=2*18,bend left} \end{document} . Not every key is math-aware. Especially the old parts of TikZ. See tikzlibrarytopaths.code.tex line 30 and you'll see the old counter based computation.
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comment Error: “Make sure that you have installed a (La)TeX distribution”
can you also try putting "%.tex" ? (I mean with the straight quotes like the latex.exe path. I'm wildly guessing by the way.
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comment Help with Help Lines
Oh yes. Definitely. Uninstall that and then install 2.9
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comment Scenario Trees for Prob
@user28251 my pleasure but please try to give us at least a code attempt next time. Believe it or not typing those first two lines is a torture for every question here.
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comment Help with Help Lines
Look at your start menu. You have to find your distribution and I'm sure it is MikTeX. You need to find and do the update with it. WinEdt will not update anything.
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comment Help with Help Lines
WinEdt is your editor where you type your document. It uses a TeX distribution which is MikTeX or TeX Live. Windows users usually use MikTeX. Look at your start menu you should see it there. Then follow the instructions.
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comment Help with Help Lines
In your MikTeX start menu options there is an item Upgrad (admin) or something like that. If you select that it will search and show you the updatable packages . See this one tex.stackexchange.com/questions/55437/…
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comment Help with Help Lines
Your points need to be given as (axis cs:x,y) or you need to upgrade to version 1.12 and explicitly put compat=1.12. Then it will automatically assume axis coordinates.
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comment TikZ align nodes with different heights
If you make your nodes uniform with minimum height key, you don't need to align anything.
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comment Change arrow type in custom style in pgfplots
You need to swap the order of the keys axis line style={->},axis lines=middle because the second one overwrites the first
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comment Force leading spaces in \if result
Add % at the end of the lines.
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comment Object juxtaposition by path command in TikZ
@Ordenador My pleasure. (0,0) circle (2cm) would also do.
May
20
comment `every loglogaxis/.append style` not working in PGFplots
@Adriaan It is not faulty it is just a key that is not used. If you use the handler .. style={} you actually create it if it is not already defined regardless it is used or not later.
May
20
comment Proxima Nova as default font?
the marked duplicate hardly ever helps for a beginner.
May
20
comment foreach — iterating over two lists
You cannot nest foreach for this example to work. The result is correct because for each x value all the \value values are evaluated. Hence @PierPaolo's solution is not an alternative it is the only correct one.
May
20
comment Number format of ticks in log log axis won't change to scientific notation `a x 10^b`, 'a' real, 'b' integer
Log axes have a different style see 4.15.1 in the manual