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Re: Tikz comments 28/08/2016 13:56, layuval Sure, I have attached.
As can be seen I have tried to improvise but its not going well.
\draw[semithick,->] (0,0)... Re: TexStudio Structure pane - Basic question 28/08/2016 13:13, Stefan_K Hi Dave,
welcome to the forum!
I cannot say something about TeXstudio, because I don't use it. I use TeXworks. So, I can focus on the content and on LaTeX, not fight with a complex graphical user interface. Though a bigger editor can make the life easier for a power user, once he gets used to the features.
Stefan... Re: Tikz comments 28/08/2016 13:08, Stefan_K You can use \draw or \draw or \draw, and nodes, or the quotes library syntax. Perhaps show a complete drawing, otherwise we cannot test anything.
Stefan... Tikz comments 28/08/2016 12:46, layuval Hello everyone,
I have a problem with comments under graph.
I'm trying to write comments below my graph that indicates what each line means.
------------- parents salary
..................... number of kids
The problem is that I can't get dashed-dotted and dotted lines.
Below are my commends.
Any... Re: TexStudio Structure pane - Basic question 28/08/2016 11:35, Johannes_B Welcome,
TeXStudio is a nice editor, i prefer vim
Guessing here: Open your main document and go to the Options drop-down menu and click on make current file the master (or something similar).
Now you can open your chapter and the structure tree should still be there.... TexStudio Structure pane - Basic question 28/08/2016 10:44, Transenglish Hi. I am a copy-editor, who has just begun using TexStudion(2.11.0) to edit a client's technical document. I have a lot to learn about the editor (so far I really like it as an editing / collaborating tool)
This question will sound dumb, but we all have to learn somehow, Right?
Q: Today, in the main pane, I closed al... Re: Cannot produce or view PDF/EPS files in Lyx 2.2.1 on Mac 28/08/2016 02:11, chipro007 The functionality or producing an output is somehow turned off so I literally cannot produce any file.
This is what makes me think there are two separate issues.
Could it be that something went wrong with the installation? I installed the full version of MacTex but still no improvement.
Edit: It turns out that I can... Re: Smaller \odot for a symbol index 27/08/2016 22:51, Cham That one appears to be good ! Thanks a lot Stefan !... Re: Smaller \odot for a symbol index 27/08/2016 22:45, Stefan_K \scalebox of the graphicx package is another way. So you can resize as you want. One may not like to resize fonts this way, but a circle with a dot is so easy in shape.
Re: Smaller \odot for a symbol index 27/08/2016 22:35, Cham Interesting ! Is there another command to make it a bit smaller ? \mathsmaller isn't enough, I think....