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Apr
24
accepted TikZ: using ‘node contents’ key for graph nodes
Apr
22
comment TikZ: wrong edge between split rectangles in graphs
It looks like a bug to me, but I don't seem to have permission anymore to add tickets to the PGF sourceforge bug tracker :-(.
Apr
22
asked TikZ: wrong edge between split rectangles in graphs
Apr
22
asked TikZ: using ‘node contents’ key for graph nodes
Apr
21
accepted TikZ: create single part node from multipart one with default text
Apr
21
comment TikZ: create single part node from multipart one with default text
Acually, your second solution is exactly what I want. (I tried something similar, but it didn't work, probably because I'm using it in a \graph; your code also doesn't work there... but that's material for another question.)
Apr
21
comment TikZ: create single part node from multipart one with default text
@Zarko: I am aware of this; circle split was an example.
Apr
21
asked TikZ: create single part node from multipart one with default text
Nov
2
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
26
awarded  Yearling
Jun
4
awarded  Favorite Question
May
27
comment error when using expandafter for databib command in indexing command in foreach loop
What is then the essential difference between \DTLformatauthor and \invertfourargs?
May
27
accepted error when using expandafter for databib command in indexing command in foreach loop
May
27
asked error when using expandafter for databib command in indexing command in foreach loop
May
25
accepted Pre-expansion of moving macro argument
May
25
comment Pre-expansion of moving macro argument
This works well enough for me, but as suggested may not be the most efficient approach. In case someone needs to make this more efficient: for each iteration in the loop, the index DTLbibrow is available, it could perhaps be used with \dtl@gathervalues{data}{DTLbibrow} to more efficiently access the wanted entry (cf. source of \DTLformatthisbibentry).
May
23
accepted pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
May
23
comment pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
Fixed the wrong usage of \providecommand (first sentence of comment). The rest of your comment answers the question.
May
23
revised pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
fix wrong usage of \providecommand
May
23
asked pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list