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comment Can we mirror a part in tikz?
Instead of reimplementing that from scratch, one could combine the xscale=-1-approach with another builtin coordinate transformation, rotate around. First rotate the image such that the mirror axis is vertical, apply xscale=-1, rotate back.
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accepted Dashed lines only for covered boundaries with TQFT
Apr
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revised Dashed lines only for covered boundaries with TQFT
Incorporated Andrew's suggestion
Mar
28
revised How to combine equations and graphical calculus in TikZ?
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Mar
28
revised Alternative for tikz's scope environment outside tikzpicture
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Mar
28
revised How to align these tqft cobordisms?
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Mar
28
revised Why are braces (for scoping) not allowed in an align environments?
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Mar
28
revised Dashed lines only for covered boundaries with TQFT
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comment Dashed lines only for covered boundaries with TQFT
I don't have standalone installed, surprisingly.
Mar
28
revised Dashed lines only for covered boundaries with TQFT
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Mar
28
comment Dashed lines only for covered boundaries with TQFT
@egreg, why not? What shall I use instead?
Mar
28
accepted How to align these tqft cobordisms?
Mar
28
answered Dashed lines only for covered boundaries with TQFT
Mar
28
comment Dashed lines only for covered boundaries with TQFT
Yes, calling Andrew Stacey is a good idea. But I would be sorry to see your answer deleted. I think I'll post a workaround instead so that your answer can stay as a reference.
Mar
28
comment How to align these tqft cobordisms?
Ok, so you're quite sure it's only possible by manually lowering the cup?
Mar
27
accepted Why are braces (for scoping) not allowed in an align environments?
Mar
27
asked Why are braces (for scoping) not allowed in an align environments?
Mar
27
accepted Alternative for tikz's scope environment outside tikzpicture
Mar
27
answered TikZ: double line: rasterisation issue
Mar
27
comment Alternative for tikz's scope environment outside tikzpicture
Of course, where were my braces? ;) Great, that works and is exactly what I meant! Do you want to post a new answer or modify your answer with that?