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I am working on a document, which uses multicolumns. I am also using several boxes (Minipage, Simple frame) as well. The problem is: everytime a box -which is near to the end of a column- doesn't fit in that column where it has to be, Lyx automatically transfers it to the next column and leaves the previous column with a huge gap. Is there any way to prevent this by splitting the frames?

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closed as not a real question by lockstep, egreg, Loop Space, Joseph Wright Sep 13 '11 at 19:47

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I think this is related to the following issue: tex.se – BernS Aug 4 '11 at 9:54
the documentation of mdframed says that it isn’t possible to use the multicolumn environment =( -package "framed" doesnt work either- – Massimo Aug 4 '11 at 11:41
I think that then there is no "easy" solution for your problem. One thing might help: not using frames, but groups with other formatting could be a workaround. – BernS Aug 4 '11 at 12:29
mdfamed and multicol save the contents in a savebox and split them. The new version is able to work with two column. The algorithm isn't compatible. – Marco Daniel Aug 4 '11 at 17:01
If (as seems likely) this question gets closed, it's just a way of indicating to casual passers-by that we don't yet have enough information to help you. If you edit your question to include an MWE (as Werner suggests), and/or explain more carefully what you are trying to do (as it seems quite specialised) then we may be able to help you find a solution. As it is, it's hard to tell what would help so the question will (probably) be closed until we can get some clarification. – Loop Space Sep 13 '11 at 19:45

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