DaveBall aka user750378

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Mar
19
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
Great, it works (only with the pgflibrary variant, not the tikzlibrary variant). I do not need to add batchmode or makeatletter/other. Thanks again for your great work and support, Malipivo!
Mar
18
accepted Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
the uncut version brings the same error, but using the uncut version with \batchmode at the beginning of the examples removes the error message. Thanks!
Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
If you are running out of regular options, how about a hack, e.g. editing some files or suppressing the error message (the resulting pdfs are fine)? Since it does work, shouldn't there be some simple way to get around the error message?
Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
adding \makeatletter and \makeatother in your patch file did not remove the error message :(
Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
Yes, quite old: my pgf version is 2.10.
Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
Should I insert \makeatletter and \makeatother somewhere inside your file?
Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
I have tried your last two suggestions, and both at the same time, but still get the error message I posted in Update 1 (For usetikzlibrary, I needed to rename your file to tikzlibrarymalipivo.callouts.patch.v1.code.tex).
Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
Renaming the file accordingly (see Update 2) does not solve the problem either :(
Mar
18
revised Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
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Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
Thanks for the fast reply, Malipivo :) Unfortunately, both suggestions result in error messages - see Update 2 in my question.
Mar
18
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Mar
18
comment Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
Wow, thanks a lot, Malipivo! I can create the pdf files with pdflatex, but I get error messages. I have updated my question accordingly. Would be great if you were able to fix it.
Mar
18
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Feb
20
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
24
comment Workaround for bibentry when using natbib and pagebackref
Good idea (+1), unfortunately, it's not the same problem: unsrt style does not fix the problem. But omitting pagebackref does. I do want to use pagebackref, however.
Jan
24
asked Workaround for bibentry when using natbib and pagebackref
Jan
17
revised Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
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Jan
16
asked Using pgfmultipartnode and its parameters (in pgflibraryshapes.callouts.code.tex)
Jan
3
comment Tikz callout: positioning start of pointer
Thanks a lot Paul, I missed that :( Is there an alternative? (I extended the questions in my OP according to this fact.)