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Dec
15
comment 3d cube with a surface
Another thought... do you think it is worth doing this with TikZ? Have you considered a ray tracer like POV-Ray?
Dec
15
comment 3d cube with a surface
Instead of yslant and xslant, use the 3d coordinate system to specify coordinates like (1,2,3). A solid 3d sphere at (x,y,z) projected onto 2d is basically a filled circle at the same coordinate with the same radius, with some shading like (here)[texample.net/tikz/examples/spherical-and-cartesian-grids/]. And then you want to clip that circle in a clever way...
Dec
15
comment Trouble with directing lines between elements with tikz
@linuxfan, you're using below left of, did you mean just left of?
Dec
8
comment Strange behaviour involving nested TikZ pics an the to path
@PaulGaborit, but why does to without arguments not need to know? Because it just invokes --?
Dec
8
comment Strange behaviour involving nested TikZ pics an the to path
In my case, I can get away with giving the base pic an empty name: \pic () {brokenbase};.
Dec
8
asked Strange behaviour involving nested TikZ pics an the to path
Dec
8
comment How to draw the following GERT network node diagram using tikz
Also, going through the TikZ and PGF manual will answer a lot of your questions.
Dec
2
accepted Why does \ifnum not work inside of TikZ style definitions?
Dec
2
comment Why does \ifnum not work inside of TikZ style definitions?
Great, finally I have the feeling to understand how styles are being parsed!
Dec
2
asked Why does \ifnum not work inside of TikZ style definitions?
Dec
1
revised Tikz “none at all” style
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Dec
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revised Tikz “none at all” style
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Dec
1
comment Tikz “none at all” style
@Percusse, right, but thankfully TikZ styles are sort of scoped. Also, I'm not really interested in not drawing the objects, but rather "drawing them invisibly".
Dec
1
asked Tikz “none at all” style
Dec
1
revised Is it possible to use beamer's overlay specifications in other documentclasses?
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Dec
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comment Is it possible to use beamer's overlay specifications in other documentclasses?
I really don't want to go to the trouble of creating external files and adjusting margins manually.
Nov
28
revised Is it possible to use beamer's overlay specifications in other documentclasses?
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Nov
28
comment Is it possible to use beamer's overlay specifications in other documentclasses?
That's a nice idea, but doesn't look good in terms of fonts and margins. I added some graphics in the question.
Nov
28
comment Is it possible to use beamer's overlay specifications in other documentclasses?
That's right. Or below each other, for that matter. I want to be able to print it at the end with all the steps of the calculations in it.
Nov
28
asked Is it possible to use beamer's overlay specifications in other documentclasses?