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how to decrease spacing after item (using mbox)

In the following example I am facing some issues regarding enumerate: Firstly, in order to make sure the items start in separate line, I used \mbox{}\, however the items have shifted a bit more ...
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Defining a reusable string from within an environment

I write documents that rely heavily on the 'enumerate' environment. I'd like to turn any particular item from within that environment into a variable that I can use elsewhere. The idea is to ensure ...
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“itemize” or “enumerate” IN section headings

Is it possible to use lists WITHIN section headings, subsection headings, etc.? I wanted to do so like \documentclass[11pt]{scrartcl} \usepackage{enumerate} %... \begin{document} \section{My three ...
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Can I use a TeX primitive in a “before” and “after” macro? (and how?)

The Question Can I use a TeX primitive in a "before" and "after" macro? (and how?) There are two questions that I found useful and related to my question, which sent me in the right direction: how ...
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Running numbers for comments

I wish to have comment 1, comment 2 as running numbers, and for each reviewer I want to restart the running number, is there a good way to achieve this? Following is how the pdf currently looks, and ...
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Set enumeration level explicitly

I have the need for a custom list environment at the outermost level, defined as follows: \newboolean{odd} \setboolean{odd}{true} \usepackage{environ} \newcounter{exnum}[section]% Exercise counter ...
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Environment definition gives an error

\documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Linux Libertine O} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{polyglossia} \setdefaultlanguage[babelshorthands=true]{german} % align in enumerate ...
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Spacing in list with math environment

Check out the following example. I would like to write the code as in the second list, but get output equivalent to the other two. However, there is a lot of extra vertical space after the third item ...
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Controlling parindent in enumerate inside customized list environment

I'm trying to control the indentation of paragraphs in an enumerated list that is inside a customized list environment. I find that changing \parindent in the inner list has no effect. Here's an ...
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Automatic numbering of nested environments / items

I would like to have an environment, let's call it nested, which produces output like Case 1: top level item 1 Case 2: top level item 2 Case 2.1: nested item 1 Case 2.2: nested item 2 Case 2.2.1: ...
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Is it possible to get the current item number and perform arithmetic on it in enumerate environment?

That is, suppose that I am at item n and I want to make a reference to item n - 3 without explicitly specifying it.
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New list environment: automatic enumeration with “a posteriori” format

This is a follow-up question to Nested enumerate labels with parent label appended plus a single set of enclosing parentheses First and foremost, sorry for my English, I'm learning it currently. ...
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stack.sty and \end{environment}

I'm writing a multilevel itemize list environment to simplify the process of putting nested lists in Beamer slides, and I want it to support enumerate lists as well. The mitemize environment is ...
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Redefining \enumerate using \let - why does it behave this way and what can I do to bypass it?

The following code produces a result, that I find quite strange: \documentclass{article} \let\origenumerate\enumerate \renewenvironment{enumerate}{\begin{origenumerate}}{\end{origenumerate}} ...
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LaTeX enumerate - bold item with non-bold text

I'm trying to customize the environment enumerate where the \item is bold but the text is not bold. What I've tried is (at the suggestion of one of the google-results): \let\origitem\item ...