Reputation
28,727
Next tag badge:
160/100 score
18/20 answers
Badges
4 91 183
Impact
~1.6m people reached

12h
accepted l3doc adds unwanted backslash in margin box of {function}
15h
comment l3doc adds unwanted backslash in margin box of {function}
Thanks for your detailed answer! In that case I guess I’ll implement a new environment for my docs … there’s one thing I can’t follow in your answer: “For example, you get counter formatted in serif font - not typewriter - because it does not look like a variable to the parser.” It is in typewriter, isn’t it …?
1d
asked l3doc adds unwanted backslash in margin box of {function}
Feb
8
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
7
comment Make warnings more obvious
@daleif: If you explain how I can enable/disable that feature I could test it. But I never set something up to make TeXstudio work with multiple files.
Feb
6
comment Make warnings more obvious
@daleif: Ah ok … but the OP asked about the behavior of the editors ;-) All I wanted to do is to tell about TeXstudios features …
Feb
6
comment Make warnings more obvious
@daleif: I’m not using texmaker but TeXstudio which is able to tell me the file. Actually I never thought about this issue before.See this screen shot. Hope this comment helps ;-)
Feb
6
comment Make warnings more obvious
@daleif: Sorry … I don’t understand, what you mean … O:-)
Feb
6
comment Make warnings more obvious
TeXstudio reads only the traditional warning but both types of errors (\PackageError and \msg_error:nn); see this screen shot.
Feb
6
accepted How can I use a tl variable in TikZ options
Feb
6
comment How can I use a tl variable in TikZ options
I knew that it was an expansion problem ;-) but didn’t know how to expand the token list before passing it … thanks for your help!
Feb
6
comment How can I use a tl variable in TikZ options
@percusse: At first I tried to start with pgfkeys but I’m lazy and already know l3keys ;-) furthermore I like the differteiation between different variable types in expl3.
Feb
6
comment How can I use a tl variable in TikZ options
@cfr: Yes in this example #1 would work but tikz-options is only one among other l3 options …
Feb
5
asked How can I use a tl variable in TikZ options
Feb
5
comment Draw stroke inside/outside of path for arbitrary shapes and nodes
(I posted a feature request about this on source forge.)
Feb
5
comment Is there a way to draw TikZ lines on the “inside” or “outside” of a path?
I posted a feature request about this on source forge.
Feb
5
comment Draw stroke inside/outside of path for arbitrary shapes and nodes
@percusse: Thats a good tip. But it’ll only work if I know the shape of the node, cause in that solution I’d have to add the PGF code in the background and the user might change the shape. Is there a way to get the shape of the last node?
Feb
5
accepted Why do I need \fp_to_dim:n in my dimension expression?
Feb
5
comment Why do I need \fp_to_dim:n in my dimension expression?
Thanks for your explanation! Regarding “I'd be wary of using \l_@@_x_dim”: Actually I don't want to. The \fp_to_dim:n is only used because to was the first solution I found. Now I use \fp_to_decimal as suggested by clemens.
Feb
4
awarded  Nice Answer