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Oct
13
comment How to improve on this “twolines” decoration?
TikZ 3 and knots 1.0. It looks like this: !this
Sep
10
comment Numbering sections, subsections etc manually
@ChristianHupfer, apparently it does, since egregs expanded version on my version has been accepted.
Sep
10
answered Numbering sections, subsections etc manually
Aug
29
revised A simple line from start of the page to the end
spelling, grammar
Aug
29
suggested suggested edit on A simple line from start of the page to the end
Aug
28
awarded  Organizer
Aug
28
revised Tikz-Qtree asymmetric and ref to label turning up at the bottom of the tree instead of the top
Added Tags
Aug
28
suggested suggested edit on reducing white space below tikz-qtree tree
Aug
28
suggested suggested edit on Tikz-Qtree asymmetric and ref to label turning up at the bottom of the tree instead of the top
Aug
28
comment How to change the color of subtrees in tikz-qtree?
I don't have tikz-qtree installed, but can you use a \begin{scope}...\end{scope} within the tree?
Aug
23
awarded  Yearling
Jul
30
comment Node at tip/pinch of brace in Tikz
If you're fine with turning the direction of the text, you can use sloped, I think.
Jul
30
comment Node at tip/pinch of brace in Tikz
below right with a bigger distance should do it, I can fiddle around with it when I'm home. The only other way I can think of would be looking into the code of the decoration and monkey patching it.
Jul
30
comment Solid of revolution about arbitrary axis
Ah yes, in 2d you only need x = pi. So you embed 2d into 3d in the z=0 plane, so the axis of rotation is x=pi, z=0. I'll try to write an answer when I'm at the computer.
Jul
30
comment Solid of revolution about arbitrary axis
@thejmazz, ok, if you're not interested in rotations about arbitrary axes, we should be able to do it without. I still don't understand what is meant by "the line x = pi". To specify a line, you either need two constraints on coordinates (like x=pi, y=0) or a base vector and a direction vector.
Jul
30
comment Solid of revolution about arbitrary axis
Also, how is x=pi a line? It's a plane, I'd say.
Jul
30
comment Solid of revolution about arbitrary axis
Revolution about an arbitrary axis sounds more like you need to look up how a rotation matrix looks like in 3D.
Jul
30
comment Node at tip/pinch of brace in Tikz
Why is \draw[decorate,decoration={brace,mirror,amplitude=10pt,raise=3pt,aspect=0.6},un‌​derext=1.5pt,very thin] (A) -- node[below=2pt] {$2^{j-1}$} (B); not good enough?
Jul
30
comment How do I get a straight line in \begin{tikzpicture}[decoration=Koch snowflake]?
@Leo, in case you were just reading the literally first page of the PGF/TikZ documentation, I really recommend reading through the first tutorial, and everything will be very clear.
Jul
29
comment How to fix this problem with tikz knots and decorations?
Always a pleasure seing your answers.