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Feb
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accepted Counting items in itemize or enumerate environments
Feb
26
asked Counting items in itemize or enumerate environments
Dec
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comment Tikz: setting anchors for all paths
Good enough for my purposes, thanks!
Dec
2
accepted Tikz: setting anchors for all paths
Nov
30
asked Tikz: setting anchors for all paths
Oct
2
comment Avoid arrows crossing one another in automata TikZ
It's worth trying to write the graph in dot format and letting graphviz worry about node placement. You can then import it in your tex file and combine it with tikz using the dot2texi package (see this page for an example).
Aug
18
asked Including a particular function from a source file
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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awarded  Good Question
Jun
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Famous Question
Jun
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awarded  Nice Question
Mar
14
comment How to add a node in the middle of the line with tikz?
Note that if you use curved arrows, this solution will not work (the text does not end up in the middle of the arrow). You will have to use something like \draw[->,>=stealth,out=90,in=90] (A) to node[midway,above] {Text} (B) ;
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Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
22
comment Is it possible to produce a PDF with un-copyable text?
Another use case: you show source code to students during a presentation, and you'd like them to try at least once to understand the code on their own instead of simply copy-pasting it to a file ;-)
Oct
22
comment Is it possible to produce a PDF with un-copyable text?
Your script works, but (at least on my files, which are slides produced with beamer) produces very pale and large files. It also takes a relatively long time to finish.
Oct
9
comment Labels in TikZ are incorrectly interpreted
In version 2.10-1 (on Debian Wheezy), I'm still forced to comment out \usepackage[myoptions]{babel}. Well, it was worth a try.