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I am writing my CV using moderncv package, everythig is nice but I have a problem with cventry command. I have something like this:

(it means 2010 - now)

I would want to have this in one line, rather than in two lines. I tried looking into the modercv style files but with no success. What can I do to achieve the effect I want?

EDIT: I found the answer, if any one will need it in the future, you need to add

\setlength{\hintscolumnwidth}{0.15\textwidth}

and tweak a bit with lengths.

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You could also write \llap{2010--now} to get onto one line. In this case you lap the text the left without taking any official space. –  Martin Scharrer Jun 8 '12 at 10:26
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It seems I found the solution to my problem, if I add this line

\setlength{\hintscolumnwidth}{0.15\textwidth}

and tweak a bit with lengths I can get the results that I wanted.

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