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    rotating in diagram

    Hi. I have question in rotating. please see attechment. I draw this diagram, but I have some problem. the formula are need rotating or ....? what can I do for this problem?
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    Re: rotating in diagram

    Quote Originally Posted by vernal View Post
    I draw this diagram, but I have some problem. the formula are need rotating or ....?
    Only you can say what this formula needs, or what you need from this formula.

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    what can I do for this problem?
    You can see that there is the line "\begin{scope}[rotate=-40]" in the code. If you change -40 to 0 or remove "\begin{scope}" and "\end{scope}", the diagram will be horizontal, though the labels will overlap.
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    Re: rotating in diagram

    Quote Originally Posted by emakarov View Post

    You can see that there is the line "\begin{scope}[rotate=-40]" in the code. If you change -40 to 0 or remove "\begin{scope}" and "\end{scope}", the diagram will be horizontal, though the labels will overlap.
    thanks,
    If I change -40 to 0 or remove {scope} , then diagram will be bad form, because for example Z_n(H)Z_n(G)=Z_n(K) and Z_n(G) and HZ_n(G)=K are mixed!
    my problem is this. I have my diagram has got a ratate=-40, and Z_n(H)Z_n(G)=Z_n(K) and Z_n(G) and HZ_n(G)=K are best form in diagram. now there are mixed to line.
    excuse me, I can't write and speak english well.
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    Re: rotating in diagram

    Do you want just horizontal and vertical lines? Do you need the same labels, including Z_n(H)Z_n(G)=Z_n(K)? This label is too wide. You can move the points farther apart, or you can lift Z_n(H)Z_n(G)=Z_n(K) more so that it does not overlap with HZ_n(G)=K. If you want to move the points farther, you can replace ++(2,0) with ++(4,0), for example.

    It would be easier to rewrite the TikZ code. The current code is compact but difficult to understand and change.
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