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May
19
comment Family Tree gone “wrong”
You could have a look at the "Making trees grow" section of the TikZ manual. There is a child path action which is better suited to construct trees than using \matrix + edges.
May
19
revised Family Tree gone “wrong”
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Apr
27
comment draw colored world/US map in LaTeX
@Jürgen there is no update since this post but we could start a github project and set it up so that who's interested can contribute. The difficult part is deciding how to organise the data...
Apr
22
comment Simple TikZ Diagram - curved line with multiple controls
Do you need the curves to have a specific shape (like parabolas, hyperboles etc)?
Apr
22
comment Centre aligning letter SUBJECT using newflm class
@Holmes.Sherlock in this case could you mark my post as an answer?
Apr
21
comment Centre aligning letter SUBJECT using newflm class
see edit for a brief explanation
Apr
21
revised Centre aligning letter SUBJECT using newflm class
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Apr
21
comment Problem with subfig, ref and renewcommand
Please include a MWE so we know which class you are using for example
Apr
21
comment Centre aligning letter SUBJECT using newflm class
@Holmes.Sherlock you are right, solved, see edit
Apr
21
revised Centre aligning letter SUBJECT using newflm class
fix bug
Apr
21
comment Aligning The Title, Autor, and Date in the header of a Beamer Poster
Try with an empty beamer presentation, add only the minimal elements to show your issue so we know if you are using other packages, which themes, setting etc...
Apr
21
reviewed Approve Aligning The Title, Autor, and Date in the header of a Beamer Poster
Apr
21
answered Centre aligning letter SUBJECT using newflm class
Apr
19
comment Draw intervals with overbrace descriptions
it goes in the wrong direction because the path is constructed from right to left. If you swap the coordinates of the path you get it right
Apr
19
comment Draw intervals with overbrace descriptions
you could use \path (0,0) coordinate (a) (1,0) coordinate (b) to establish your intervals bounds, \draw (a) edge[|-|] (b) to draw the intervals, \node[anchor=south] at (a) {$-m-n+1$}; for the labels and \draw[decoration=brace] (a) -- (b) for the braces
Apr
16
revised text-decorations wiki description
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Apr
16
revised text-decorations wiki excerpt
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Apr
16
suggested approved edit on text-decorations tag wiki
Apr
16
suggested approved edit on text-decorations tag wiki excerpt
Apr
16
reviewed Approve text-decorations tag wiki excerpt