#226 matrix column sep=-\pgflinewidth changes after empty cell

v1.0 (example)
closed-fixed
nobody
None
5
2013-07-16
2012-11-19
Ignasi
No

When declaring a matrix of nodes with `column sep=-\pgflinewidth` and matrix line thickness is different from node line thickness are different, column sep between 'empty nodes' with white space or nothing inside and 'empty nodes' with ~ or style declarations inside are different.

Discussion

• Ignasi
2012-11-19

Tex file demostrating strange behavior

Attachments

• Till Tantau
2013-07-16

• status: open --> closed-fixed
• Group: --> v1.0 (example)

• Till Tantau
2013-07-16

Fixed in CVS. Note, however, that the fix now causes the sep added by column sep=-\pgflinewidth to be the matrix's line width (which is the "correct" behaviour since the line width of a node should be, by definition, local to the node and, thus, it should no longer be in force when the column sep is evaluated.) In the example, this is presumably not what you wanted since the sides of the nodes will not perfectly overlap, but the behaviour is "correct" now.