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comment The fontspec package requires either XeTeX or LuaTeX to function
@Stefan I tried compile a document with XeLaTeX and got this warning.
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comment commath, \dfrac and \tfrac
Can you explain the difference between the "Normal" version and the "textstyle" (t) version? It took some serious squinting before I even noticed a difference.
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comment Color the faces of a graph
@AlainMatthes Yes, I plan to use your new open triangle 60. What is the reasoning that the open triangles should behave differently than the closed triangles?
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accepted Color the faces of a graph
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comment Color the faces of a graph
@ienissei Oh, I found it. It is at the bottom of the summary page. When looking at your own page, there is a special vote page that also contains this info but is not accessible on others profiles.
Mar
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comment Color the faces of a graph
@ienissei I did try to compare my up- and downvote rate to others, but I can't see how many times others have voted. Can you?
Mar
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comment Color the faces of a graph
@egreg I agree. I hope that everyone finds the answers to this question as helpful as I have. As for accepting an answer, I would prefer to know that status of this open triangle 60 bug first. Do you know anything about it?
Mar
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comment Color the faces of a graph
@ienissei I agree that things are not black and white. For example, the reasons that I choose to downvote something may be different than the reasons that you choose to downvote something. IMO, you have a rather strict view on downvoting. Can you point to somewhere in the TeX-SX FAQ or other official documentation to justify your view?
Mar
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comment Color the faces of a graph
The second problem closely follows, which is that those giving PSTrick solutions have not convinced me that PSTricks is better suited for my problem than TikZ. I suggested that Karl's students could do this but he has yet to accept my offer. Therefore, I will focus on understanding TikZ better and consider only those solutions given in TikZ.
Mar
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comment Color the faces of a graph
@PeterGrill Not hash and I completely agree with you. I enjoy when I can find an answer that helps me solve my problem regardless of that OP's question. As to the possibility that some library may be able to do this straight away, I was thinking that Alain Matthes' tkz-graph could be useful (but if it were, I would have expected him to say something). The biggest problem I have with a PSTricks solution is that I don't understand it. (continued)
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comment Color the faces of a graph
@SvendMortensen Since you seen so interested in how and why I vote the way I do, you will probably like to know that I have now upvoted this answer for his beamer/gif animation.
Mar
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comment Color the faces of a graph
@SvendMortensen I am not saying that Karl's student's solution isn't a fine solution. I am merely saying that I requested a solution that was a modification of what I started with and his answer isn't that. I don't know what you do with TikZ, but I use it in large documents so it is highly beneficial to minimize the number of dependencies. I am already using TikZ in many other ways in the document and neither Karl's students nor you have convinced me that I should convert from TikZ to PSTricks because of the issues I face with this particular image.
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comment Color the faces of a graph
I submitted a bug report on SourceForge.