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Idea borrowed from Hendrik Vogt:


[Welcome to TeX.SE](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1436).


It would be helpful if you composed a fully compilable [MWE](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/questions/228) including `\documentclass` and the appropriate packages that sets up the problem.

While solving problems can be fun, setting them up is not. Then, those trying to help can simply cut and paste your MWE and get started on solving the problem.


It is always best to compose a fully compilable [MWE](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/questions/228) that illustrates the problem including the `\documentclass` and the appropriate packages so that those trying to help don't have to recreate it.

This will also serve as a test case and ensure that the solution actually works for you.

That way those trying to help can focus on the solution as opposed to setting up the problem test case.


While code snippets are useful in explanations, it is always best to compose a fully compilable [MWE](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/questions/228) that illustrates the problem including the `\documentclass` and the appropriate packages so that those trying to help don't have to recreate it.

This is especially important for `tikz` as there are numerous libraries.

In this case it will actually help to ensure that the solution actually solves your specific problem.

Personally, I have often solved my own problems in the process of reducing the amount of code actually required to reproduce the problem.


A tip: If you indent lines by 4 spaces, then they're marked as a code sample. You can also highlight the code and click the "code" button (`{}`).

I took the liberty to format your post a little. See [this link for more details on available formatting](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/editing-help).


Saying it "does not work" does not provide any useful information with which anyone can provide you with any help. I'd suggest you post a new question and include a fully compilable [MWE](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/questions/228) including `\documentclass` and the appropriate packages that sets up the problem. If your case does not even compile, then ensure that it compiles if that one line is commented. While solving problems can be fun, setting them up is not. Then, those trying to help can simply cut and paste your MWE and get started on solving the problem.


If the solution worked for you please see [How do you accept an answer?](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1852/how-do-you-accept-an-answer) and perhaps [How does accepting an answer work?](http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/5234/how-does-accepting-an-answer-work).


Please see [why should the `minimal` class be avoided?](http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/42114/why-should-the-minimal-class-be-avoided).


Sep
15
asked Why do paramaters of \renewcommand need to double up the # within a \foreach
Sep
15
comment How can I use TikZ to make standalone (SVG) graphics?
@SantoD'Agostino: Have converted your example to a compilable MWE.
Sep
15
revised How can I produce a .svg file from a TikZ diagram?
converted to compilable MWE
Sep
15
revised How can I produce a .svg file from a TikZ diagram?
code formatting
Sep
15
comment How can I produce a .svg file from a TikZ diagram?
Possible Duplicate: LaTeX: outputting a “tight” svg. Please let us know if this answers your question in which case we can close this as a duplicate. Another very related question: Exporting all equations from a document as individual svg files.
Sep
15
comment How can I use TikZ to make standalone (SVG) graphics?
Welcome to TeX.SE. Great first question.
Sep
15
comment Make ar­ray data struc­tures in LaTeX
Welcome to TeX.SE. It would be helpful to know exactly what you want to accomplish. There is the arrayjobx pacakge, but I tend to just use comma separated lists, and use pgf's \foreach to process them. newcommand{\fooArray}{foo,bar} should suffice.
Sep
14
comment How can I add space between two separate plots, using pgfplots?
Sorry, I had used \pgfplotsset{yticklabel... instead of \pgfplotsset{xticklabel... Have corrected.
Sep
14
revised How can I add space between two separate plots, using pgfplots?
corrected solution
Sep
14
answered How can I add space between two separate plots, using pgfplots?
Sep
14
comment How can I an place a figure next to an equation?
Welcome to TeX.SE. equation is a dipla ymath environment which means it uses the full line width. You need to place these in minipages to get the next to each other.
Sep
14
revised Enumerate over two columns in tabular environment
\AddLabel for last \multicolumn, explanation on P{} column type
Sep
14
comment Enumerate over two columns in tabular environment
@aklingensmith: Please note the fix to the second \multicolumn in the updated solution. As far as your color issue that is unrelated to this question and should be in a separate question so that others are more likely to be able to find it if they run into a similar issue.
Sep
14
revised Enumerate over two columns in tabular environment
\AddLabel for last \multicolumn
Sep
14
revised Enumerate over two columns in tabular environment
eliminated enumerate package which is not used here.
Sep
14
answered Enumerate over two columns in tabular environment
Sep
14
comment Paragraph titles disappearing
A MWE should actually illustrate the problem - in this case there is no use of the lstlisting environment.
Sep
12
revised Making the table enumerated
use array instead of tabular since it is all math content
Sep
12
comment Calculating a common height for nodes with different amounts of text in Tikz
Have updated the solution to provide the same height nodes.
Sep
12
revised Calculating a common height for nodes with different amounts of text in Tikz
identical height using \vphantom{}, and corrected inner sep value