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awarded Enlightened
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awarded Nice Answer
Jan
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awarded Good Answer
Dec
22
comment Random non erratic domain in tikz
Perhaps related: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/121388/…
Dec
22
comment array of linked lists like in data structure
@Aram For the size of the squares, modify array element/.style and set, for example, minimum width=12mm, or the required amount. For the second question, change \fill (aux) circle(2pt); by \node at (aux) {*};, for example (replace the * for the desired character).
Nov
18
comment How to insert a linebreak in a TikZ matrix node?
@alfred-m I just tested it (using Sharelatex online service, which uses pdflatex and a recent tex distribution), and the answer by T.Verron works without problem.
Nov
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awarded Necromancer
Oct
27
comment Configuring ipython notebook for iOS use?
Do you use a self-signed certificate in the server?
Oct
26
answered \foreach element of a table column
Oct
24
revised Latin1, utf8 with Texmaker
edited tags
Oct
24
comment Latin1, utf8 with Texmaker
& is a reserved char (to separate columns in a tabular environment). If you need to use it in main text, write \& instead.
Oct
24
answered Latin1, utf8 with Texmaker
Oct
23
comment draw lines in front of nodes rather than behind them
@Rmano Yes. See updated answer
Oct
23
revised draw lines in front of nodes rather than behind them
Fixed transparency in arrow tip
Oct
23
answered draw lines in front of nodes rather than behind them
Oct
23
answered Split rectangle with gaps
Oct
22
comment How do I allow paragraph text to continue on a figure?
If I understood correctly, I think this is the same question than this another
Oct
22
comment How do I position one picture over another?
I don't use ConTeXt, but it can be done easily with TikZ, and TikZ works with ConTeXt too. So, would it be ok an answer using tikz?
Oct
22
comment how can I fill an area with dots? and control it?
A perhaps related answer (in the sense that it precludes a general solution to affect the positioning of the pattern with respect to the rest of the figure) is tex.stackexchange.com/a/65270/12571
Oct
22
comment With TikZ, is it possible to split a node horizontally and vertically?
You can define a pic with the required structure, if you plan to reuse that kind of "shape"
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