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Apr
8
accepted TikZ: How to place two decorations in opposite directions
Apr
8
comment TikZ: How to place two decorations in opposite directions
I have 2.10. I plan to update this summer, so I will just accept your answer and be patient until it will work for me :)
Apr
8
comment TikZ: How to place two decorations in opposite directions
Even if I start with my code and just change \arrow to \arrowreversed, the output is not correct. What a disaster this turning out to be.
Apr
8
comment TikZ: How to place two decorations in opposite directions
Or maybe this is the problem. If I change \arrowreversed back to \arrow, it doesn't compile because it doesn't like diamond[fill=white]. Why is that?
Apr
8
comment TikZ: How to place two decorations in opposite directions
Yes, perfect! Thanks.
Apr
8
asked TikZ: How to place two decorations in opposite directions
Apr
1
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
24
comment TikZ: Unexpected difference between \draw and — vs \path and edge
@Werner I don't want to update my TeX distribution. I want to know what Paul means by "a current TeX distribution".
Jan
24
comment TikZ: Unexpected difference between \draw and — vs \path and edge
@Paul What is your definition of "a current TeX distribution"?
Nov
9
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
2
accepted How to fully justify tabular columns
Oct
2
comment How to fully justify tabular columns
Ah, I figure out a good workaround. As stated here, "An \extracolsep{wd} command in an @-expression causes an extra space of width wd to appear to the left of all subsequent columns, until countermanded by another \extracolsep command." Thus, multiple uses of \extracolsep{wd} with varied wd parameters achieves my desired behavior.
Oct
2
comment How to fully justify tabular columns
But @{\hspace{\fill}} doesn't work. Why not?
Oct
1
comment How to fully justify tabular columns
Very good. Your first suggestion using \extracolsep{\fill} is closer to what I really want. This command sets the space between all pairs (of adjacent) columns. Is there a way to set different values between different pairs (of adjacent) columns?
Oct
1
comment How to fully justify tabular columns
@Johannes_B No. An X column is syntactic sugar for p{<some value>}, which specifies how wide the column in question should be. I want to modify the space between columns.
Oct
1
asked How to fully justify tabular columns
Sep
24
awarded  Good Question
Sep
19
comment Hiding the title of the bibliography
This alternative answer to an unofficial duplicate does want I want.
Sep
19
comment Hiding the title of the bibliography
This solution just removes all section titles after the \renewcommand. What if you have an appendix after the bibliography?
Sep
3
revised Modifying whitespace before and after list separately using enumitem package
changed text and hyperlink to match title and MWE