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Oct
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revised Alignment in multiple locations of a single equation based on first line
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comment Alignment in multiple locations of a single equation based on first line
Added my source (sorry). Looking at your new solution now.
Oct
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Oct
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comment Alignment in multiple locations of a single equation based on first line
"It's not alignat that is adding the spacing, but rather your alignment requirements." I don't understand you. My requirement is that space is NOT added. It is your solution that is adding space here. "...but this requires more spacing to the left of the (." Also not acceptable. As I said in the question, space cannot be added within the line. Again, this suggests to be that alignat will not work here.
Oct
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revised Alignment in multiple locations of a single equation based on first line
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Oct
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comment Alignment in multiple locations of a single equation based on first line
Introducing white space in between ( and b (relative to \[a = (b + c\]) is not acceptable. This suggests that alignat is not capable of fulfilling my requirements.
Oct
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comment Alignment in multiple locations of a single equation based on first line
Thanks for the explanation. I understand what you are trying to do. However, if I set d to the expression \left[\begin{smallmatrix} 1 \\ 0 \end{smallmatrix}\right], there is too much space between + and d. Do you know why? Can you fix it?
Oct
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comment Alignment in multiple locations of a single equation based on first line
There is white space between the "(" and the "b". Compare the space between them in your output and between them in \[a = (b + c\].
Oct
20
comment Alignment in multiple locations of a single equation based on first line
The first output looks correct. I will take a closer look later when I get more time. In the meantime, can you explain how your solution works?
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comment Badbox from PGF layer using fit
Wonderfull! Thanks again for your help :)
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comment Badbox from PGF layer using fit
Excellent! Thank you for being so helpful. There is no way that I would have ever figured out why this was happening. Question though: I have many figures in a paper with this problem. Do I need to have every fit... be an option on each tikzpicture environment or is there a way to make this a global option that applies to all tikzpicture environments?
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comment Badbox from PGF layer using fit
@PolGab My friend has TeXLive 2011 but still has a badbox, see his log file.