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The package rsfso provides scalable Type 1 version of RSFS fonts. This seems to give a good result: \documentclass{tikzposter} \usepackage[scr]{rsfso} \begin{document} \begin{columns} \column{0.4} \block{Test}{ $\mathcal{A}$ $\mathscr{A}$ $A$ } \end{columns} \end{document} @MarianG in a comment below shows how to use \...


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tikzposter inserts with \AtBeginDocument and \AtEndDocument a center and tikzpicture enviroment, and this introduce groups. This is not a good idea and one of the bad side effects is that this breaks the microtype. You can get similar error with this simpler example: \documentclass{article} \AtBeginDocument{\begingroup} \AtEndDocument{\endgroup} \...


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Here is a possible solution assuming that the images should be the column header of the third column. I have used the following: \usepackage[export]{adjustbox} and valign=c to vertically center the image in the column header wc{6cm} from the array package to achieve a column that is 6cm wide and horizontally centered the S type column from siunitx for an ...


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Quite simple: use \linewidth instead of \textwidth \documentclass[25pt, a0paper, portrait]{tikzposter} \usepackage{tabularx} \begin{document} \block{Kysymyspatterin kysymykset}{ \begin{tabularx}{\linewidth}{c|X} Numero& Kysymys (3--9 määrällisiä, loput laadullisia) \\ \hline\hline 1& Text here\\ ...


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A somewhat dirty, but very flexible way to insert logos using a "low-level" tikz command referencing the name of the title node: \node[OPTIONS] at (TP@title.west) {\includegraphics[width=10cm]{mylogo.png}}; Here you can provide additional options to the node command so as to move your logo wherever you need. Also, you can change west in (TP@title.west) to ...


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Used \hfill you will get it \documentclass[25pt, a0paper, landscape, margin=0mm, innermargin=15mm, blockverticalspace=15mm, colspace=15mm, subcolspace=8mm]{tikzposter} \usetheme{Desert} \title{Detecting Multi-word Expressions in Typed Text} \author{AdamG} \institute{Graduate Center} \titlegraphic{\includegraphics[width=9.5cm]{example-image-a}\hfill\...


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\documentclass[25pt, a0paper, portrait, margin=0mm, innermargin=15mm, blockverticalspace=15mm, colspace=15mm, subcolspace=8mm]{tikzposter} %Default values for poster format options. \tikzposterlatexaffectionproofon %shows small comment on how the poster was made at bottom of poster \usepackage{anyfontsize} % Commands \newcommand{\bs}{\textbackslash} ...


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The backgroundcolor is for the Default background style: \documentclass{tikzposter} \usetheme{Desert} %% OTHER COLOUR ADJUSTMENTS: \colorlet{blockbodybgcolor}{white} \colorlet{backgroundcolor}{gray} \usebackgroundstyle{Default} \begin{document} \maketitle % See Section 4.1 \block{BlocktitleA}{Blocktext} % See Section 4.2 \begin{columns}...


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A perhaps slightly hackish method, that will work regardless of theme, but that requires a bit of trial and error, is to simply use a couple of \nodes to place the images. A tikzposter is just one big tikzpicture, and the coordinates bottomleft and topright are defined by the class, so you can do something like this: \documentclass[a2paper]{tikzposter} \...


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The strange 'improper' solution Since I've made a few posters using biblatex and tikzposter where the bibliography has printed as normal, I discovered that using environments such as itemize and center in the poster causes the bibliography to print properly (provided one of those environments appears before the \printbibliography command). As an example,...


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enumitem package can solve this. \documentclass{tikzposter} \usepackage{enumitem} \setlist[itemize]{nosep} \begin{document} \block{}{ XXXXXXXXXXX \begin{itemize} \item XXXXXXXXXXX \item XXXXXXXXXXX \end{itemize} XXXXXXXXXXX \begin{itemize} \...


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Thanks guys. Actually, the block question was of no help. I managed to get one note in different background color from the other notes in my poster, by realizing that as long as you are working in one column, all notes will be of the same style (e.g. default), but one can switch note's e.g. background color by working in some other column, and after leaving ...


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The problem you describe probably comes from the fact that, in the tikzposter document class, a node called innerblocktitle is defined at the position where the inner block title should appear. This node, however, is always defined, even if the inner block title is empty. The bug here is, that nodes have an inner sep by default, which is obviously causing ...


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The tikzposter manual says "Due to implementation of the blocks, using the standard LaTeX figure environment is not possible." It provides a tikzfigure environment, but tikzposter does not really support \caption or subfigures. The remaining question is what to use for the width. It appears that \textwidth and \columnwidth are too wide. \linewidth works, ...


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Unfortunately, float environments do not work in tikzposter. The general solution for defining figures and subfigures in tikzposter is: % preamble \usepackage{subcaption} -> \usepackage{subfigure} % for subfigure captions ... % body \begin{figure} -> \begin{tikzfigure} % figure environment \begin{subcaption}{...} -> \begin{...


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