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 Oct14 awarded Good Answer Oct10 awarded Enlightened Oct10 awarded Nice Answer Oct8 awarded Necromancer Oct3 awarded Announcer Sep30 awarded Explainer Sep30 revised How to make the corners? Put code in a code block Sep27 comment Perspective transform As the answer says, it's part of the TeX-SX launchpad project. This can be found at ; Sep27 awarded Announcer Sep20 comment Note page showing the next frame @anderfo Don't know if it's still useful, but I hacked something together. Sep20 comment Note page showing the next frame @Jim I found the "magic numbers", more or less. Sep20 revised Note page showing the next frame Finally gotten round to looking at the second screen possibility Sep20 awarded Good Answer Sep17 awarded Nice Answer Sep16 awarded Nice Answer Sep9 comment How to declare variable sizes in tikz to let LaTeX decide how to fill the page @JosephWright These days I unfortunately do not have as much time for TeX-SX as I used to. Any comments of mine that should be converted to answers are fair game for others to do so. Sep7 comment Tikz, Tangent Line to a Circle (I think we've seen this before, but for a rectangle node shape. The solutions for that ought to be applicable here, but my search skills are sadly lacking.) Sep7 comment Tikz, Tangent Line to a Circle It's all to do with line width. The position `D.north` is on the very outside of the circle, so the middle of your incident line is aligned with the outside of the circle line. There are a couple of ways to solve this depending on how technical you are prepared to be. Sep6 comment Fancy Table of Contents (Our general policy has been to not down-vote beyond -1. Once it's at -1 then it's clear that there's something wrong with the question and it needs improving. If it doesn't get improved, it will be closed. Beyond -1 is therefore unnecessary. So @ChristianHupfer is right to find that. There's a meta question on this which I can't find right now.) Sep2 awarded Great Answer