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Oct
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answered Correctly scaling a tikzpicture
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Oct
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accepted Ploting a function using mplib in lualatex
Oct
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comment Achieving multicolumn like this
I edited the answer a bit, so some of the vertical space problems disappear, but it is still not ideal. One possible way, when using the multicol package, is to typeset each line as a separate paragraph, with \vfill between them. Then the lines in the shorter column will be equally spaced and spread so that they will span the height of the longer column. I tried to do \\[1\fill] between lines, but that does not seem to work.
Oct
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revised Achieving multicolumn like this
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revised Achieving multicolumn like this
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awarded  Enthusiast
Oct
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answered Achieving multicolumn like this
Oct
5
comment Ploting a function using mplib in lualatex
That example fails with ! You can only use btex' or verbatimtex' in a file. but if I change it to label (btex Hello World etex, (0,0));, it will fail with LuaTeX error ...share/texmf-texlive/tex/luatex/luamplib/luamplib.lua:74: invalid option '%C' to 'format' just like the original example.
Oct
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answered Ploting a function using mplib in lualatex
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asked Ploting a function using mplib in lualatex
Sep
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answered Suggestions on how to place a sentence of text inside a box with a border around it
Sep
26
revised Why are box dimension assignments both local and global?
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Sep
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comment Why are box dimension assignments both local and global?
Well, the behavior makes pretty good sense to me, it seems to me consistent with the way TeX handle boxes in general. \wd0 0pt modifies an existing box, it does not create a new one. At the moment you call \wd0 0pt at the beginning of a new group (that is before calling \setbox0 ...), the box register 0 still contains the old box 0 inherited from the parent group. So that's the box that will be modified. Once you call \setbox0 ..., the old box is saved and a new one is created, so calling \wd0 0pt after that will modify the new box.
Sep
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answered Why are box dimension assignments both local and global?
Sep
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answered How do I make “gather” object, place its self in the text, the same way as an equation object?
Sep
17
comment Minipage spanning across pages
I am not quite sure I understand the question. What is the reason to use a minipage in the first place? What is it about minipage environment that you need? Are you putting the texts in several columns? Would something like the flowfram package (ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/flowfram) help?
Sep
17
comment TikZ: How to draw an arrow in the middle of the line?
Hm, it also says "I cannot decorate an empty path". Is it possible that pgf is trying to apply the decoration even to the paths that the arrow is made from, and one of the paths is empty?
Sep
17
comment Making a new environment combining equation and split
@Andrew Just out of curiosity, will it still work in LaTeX3? Is that even a concern?