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Yes, this can be done. One way of accomplishing this is to store the coordinates of the frame of the tcolorbox such that we can use them for the frame. This is achieved by the three keys enhanced,remember,overlay={...}. These coordinates then get used for the horizontal coordinates of the frame. \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[skins, ...


It works if you specify axis cs: As Schrödinger's cat mentioned, axis cs: became the default in pgfplots 1.11, but as this change was not backward compatible, to activate this requires one to explicitly specify the compatibility mode to some version greater than 1.11. The latest version is accessed by specifying \pgfplotsset{compat=1.16} To access the ...

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