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Mar
9
comment How to display two pictures that have not the same size with the same height?
Let me see if I understand correctly: you have two pictures, of arbitrary sizes, and you want them rendered to have the same height and then to take up the full width of the page - essentially, so that they are as big as possible with the constraint that they are of the same height (and on the same line) (and without changing the aspect size). Is that right?
Mar
9
comment How do I document my style files?
My assumption had been that the DTX system was too complicated for my simple use, but looking more closely at the tutorial, I see that it might be okay. I particularly like the idea of literate programming.
Mar
9
comment Node shapes in TikZ
Interesting to see that a "trapezium" isn't quite what I used to think it was!
Mar
9
comment What package allows Elvish in TeX?
@David: Don't you know the different between a knot and a link???
Mar
9
asked How do I document my style files?
Mar
9
answered What package allows Elvish in TeX?
Mar
9
comment How can I invert a 'clip' selection within TikZ?
Bryn, I still don't see what isn't answered by Jake's answer. His method provides a way to invert an arbitrary clip, so anything you previously wanted to clip against can be inverted. Do you have an example where it fails? Or a more complicated example where you can't see how to implement it?
Mar
8
comment How to have overlapping under-braces and over-braces
possible duplicate of How can I get an underbrace and an overbrace to partially overlap in an equation?
Mar
8
answered Left alignment in TikZ
Mar
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
8
revised Incorrect plot using Pgfplots
Folded in Jake's suggestion of the rad function
Mar
8
comment Incorrect plot using Pgfplots
@Jake: Yes, good point. I'll edit that in as an alternative.
Mar
8
comment Incorrect plot using Pgfplots
@Altermundus: Nor do I! But I've run into the radians/degrees issue with TikZ often enough that it was the first thing I thought of when I saw atan and it seemed to fix it.
Mar
8
comment Does `\noexpand` have to be a primitive?
This is a really nice explanation, thanks.
Mar
8
accepted Does `\noexpand` have to be a primitive?
Mar
8
accepted How do I do a one-shot MathOperator?
Mar
8
comment How do I do a one-shot MathOperator?
To answer your last question: the case in point was that I was explaining alternative notation, so I wanted to say something like \(\colspan(A)\) is also sometimes written \(\oneshot{col}(A)\), whereupon I would never refer to \col again but always use \colspan.
Mar
8
comment Getting those %#!^& signs in the footnote!
Nonetheless, it answers the question that I actually asked and is a simpler method if one doesn't want to wrap it in a new macro. Thanks.
Mar
8
accepted Getting those %#!^& signs in the footnote!
Mar
8
answered Incorrect plot using Pgfplots