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I'm trying to move all the figures to the end of my document, so I can judge its length based on text alone (My undergraduate thesis has to be no more then 20 pages, not counting figures).

I've been doing this by loading

\usepackage[nofiglist,notablist]{endfloat}

But this only moves normal figures, not SCfigures from sidecap, which I make extensive use of. Is there a way I could get them to all move to the end of the document easily?

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According to the documentation of endfloat, you can try

\usepackage[nofiglist,notablist]{endfloat}
\DeclareDelayedFloatFlavour{SCfigure}{figure}

which might work (the authors don't guarantee it for all "figure-like" environments). The syntax is

\DeclareDelayedFloatFlavour{<environment>}{<base environment>}

that tells that <environment> should be treated like <base environment> (table or figure) for the purposes of endfloat, but will eventually be typeset according to the rules of <environment>.

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Man, I missed that even though I read the manual. Admittedly, I wasn't looking for it at the time, but still. Sorry to have bothered you. –  Canageek Mar 28 '12 at 23:05
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