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TikZ/PGF sup­port

Ex­cel­lent pack­age, I love it. How­ever I use TikZ/PGF a lot for mod­i­fy­ing pic­tures (ar­rows, crop­ping, etcetera), plot­ting data and cre­ate sim­ple fig­ures of this and that. Sadly, tikz or pgf code in­side a wrap­fig en­vi­ron­ment does not work.

Is it pos­si­ble to work to­wards im­ple­ment­ing TikZ sup­port in wrap­fig?

Ve­gar, 2013-04-13 19:23 CEST

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TikZ/PGF sup­port Ve­gar, 2013-04-13 19:23 CEST

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