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 Mar 16 awarded Popular Question Jul 16 awarded Notable Question Jul 2 awarded Curious Dec 7 awarded Nice Question May 30 awarded Popular Question Jul 25 accepted Enlarge limits by absolute value when using symbolic coordinates Jul 24 awarded Editor Jul 24 revised Enlarge limits by absolute value when using symbolic coordinates edited body Jul 24 awarded Commentator Jul 24 comment Enlarge limits by absolute value when using symbolic coordinates Unfortunately, something like `enlarge x limits={abs=bar}` can only increase the limits by a mutiple of `x`. Is there a way to increase the limits by, say, `0.5*bar` (i.e `1cm`)? I find a little bit unfortunate that there seems to be no way to increase limits w.r.t. to a different coordinate system than `axis cs`. Jul 23 comment Enlarge limits by absolute value when using symbolic coordinates OK, maybe I should have been clearer: relative distances (your `enlarge x limits=0.3`) won't work for me; I need absolute distances. Suppose I have a second bar plot with just the `foo` and `bar` bars; this plot's width would thus be smaller than the three-bar plot's. And while the distance between bars stays the same in both plots, the distance to the boundary doesn't, as it is computed relative to `xmax` - `xmin`. This is ugly. Jul 23 asked Enlarge limits by absolute value when using symbolic coordinates Jul 19 comment Combining subfloat and newfloat packages for sublistings environment Awesome, thanks. Must have done something wrong with my own search-and-replace effort earlier, which catapulted me into the land of incomprehensible error messages. :-( Jul 19 accepted Combining subfloat and newfloat packages for sublistings environment Jul 19 asked Combining subfloat and newfloat packages for sublistings environment May 8 accepted Using a pgfplots-style legend in a plain-old tikzpicture May 8 comment Using a pgfplots-style legend in a plain-old tikzpicture Works like a charm. May 8 comment Using a pgfplots-style legend in a plain-old tikzpicture I don't use any special package for that; just plain-old `tikzpicture` `\filldraw` and `arc` paths. (No package could easily do what I wanted to out of the box: a pie chart within a ring chart; sort of like a pie with a crust.) May 7 asked Using a pgfplots-style legend in a plain-old tikzpicture Apr 15 awarded Supporter