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comment Hackenbush Diagrams?
related (trackback, actually): holoborodko.com/pavel/2011/02/15/quicklatex-hackenbush-diagram
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comment Cyrillic in (La)TeX
@Igor Well, one typical scenario is that one needs to use a complicated .sty file with Cyrillic control sequence names / some .tex file with a lot of Cyrillic labels.
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comment Automatic repetition of mathematical operators after a line break
(Of course, one has to add \hms by hand...)
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answered Automatic repetition of mathematical operators after a line break
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comment Create a new integral symbol
related: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/671/…
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answered Multiset notation in LaTeX
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comment Draw only some segments of a path in TikZ?
@Andrew Probably. The problem is, I don't know how to combine "\path .. decorate" (that allows to apply a decoration to a subpath) with "postaction={decorate}". Anyway, I really wonder, how postaction is implemented -- if it stores the path somehow it's just what we need here.
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comment Draw only some segments of a path in TikZ?
the only thing I can think about is that one can define a decoration that saves all path-constructing commands into some variable that can be used latter...
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comment Draw only some segments of a path in TikZ?
@Andrew \pgfusepath fills and/or draws the current path and then destroys it (and AFAIK there can be only one path at any moment). So it's not hard to define a decoration that just draws a path and apply it to a subpath -- but it won't leave any path that can be filled.
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comment Applying a postaction to every path in TikZ
works fine, indeed: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/3161/…