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Enumerated list indentation

I noticed that when I use enumerated list environment it produces an extra indentation to the document. So that if I'm using \usepackage[margin=3cm]{geometry} and then the enumerated list, the left ...
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Coloured numbering in a list?

Is there a way to obtain coloured numbering in an enumerate list? \begin{enumerate} \item First \item Second \item Third \end{enumerate} I'd like the 1, 2, 3 to be in blue. I thought this should be ...
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Force aligned equation (all the way) to the left?

How do I force the following aligned output all the way to the upper left (right next to the enumerated list item)? I still want the 2nd and 3rd lines to be aligned with it's above equal sign. ...
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Command to find current enum depth?

I was wondering if there was a command to find what at what depth of the enum counter (i.e. enumi, enumii, etc.) a command was at compile time. I'm attempting to create a \question command. What I ...
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How do I reduce the indentation of items in an enumeration?

I am trying to condense a two-level enumeration of some kind of requirements in a figure, with the text referencing the items of the enumeration. I am using a table to separate the two columns (tried ...
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A question about customizing ref in enumitem package

I'm experimenting with enumitem version 3.4 (released Aug 2011) a little but facing a problem in customizing the ref. What I'm trying to reach is simple: Have list label in the form 1.1.3. for ...
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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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How to Continue Enumerate Across Columns in Beamer

I am trying to create two columns of a single enumerated list on a single frame in beamer. How do I go about getting the enumeration to continue from one column to the next?
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Automated overlay specification with \only and \enumerate

Sometimes, when a list of items is too long to fit on a slide, I do the following to achieve a somewhat better result (ignore commented lines for now): \documentclass[t,10pt]{beamer} ...
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nested enumeration, skipping items

How can I do a nested enumeration with item being skipped, like this: 1) Level 1 A) sublevel A i) sublevel i a) sublevel a 2) Level 1 [here are the skipped \item] a) sublevel a b) ...
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picture in enumerate item with floating text

I have a list with some text items and I want to add a picture to one of the items, so that the text of that item is floating to the left of the picture. If I use wrapfigure my picture gets placed at ...
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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 ...
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make numname and enumitem work together

numname is a package that allows you to write out (e.g.) chapter titles in words. It's basically some code taken out of memoir.cls apparently. There appears to be something wrong with the code, ...
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How to align long labels in a list to the left margin?

I would like to create a list in LaTeX in which: 1. the longest label is aligned to the left margin, 2. the labels can be composite and look like "(1)(a)", 3. the labels, which can be of varying ...
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Chemcompounds package and subfloat comportement ?

I would like to use chemcompounds package which allows you to keep track of the chemical compounds you go citing on, and give them a number order if nothing is specified. I would like to use it within ...
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Option [(a)] to get alphabet numbering when applied to enumerate doesn't work

According to this popular guide http://texblog.wordpress.com/2008/10/16/lists-enumerate-itemize-description-and-how-to-change-them/, I should be able to apply an option [(a)] to get small case ...
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Suggestions for transitioning from paralist to enumitem package

Based on the suggestions on What are the differences between using paralist vs. enumitem, I am transitioning from using paralist to enumitem and have encountered a few issues. There are a few places ...
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Resuming a list started within a minipage

I have a minipage with a figure, and I want part (a) to be on the right of this figure (so part (a) is in a 2nd minipage), and the remaining parts (b), (c), etc to be below. The insights provided in ...
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Add asterisk after labels in enumerate

I would like to add an asterisk after certain labels in the enumerate environment. So for example \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item Kuttel \item* Daddeldu ...
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Alignment within enumerate

I'm looking for a way to sort of combine the features of enumerate (and other list-like environments) with features of tabular environments. Specifically, what I like about enumerate is that it ...
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How to continue an enumeration? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Resuming a list What is the best way to extend an enumeration such that the next enumeration environment does not start with one but with the number following the last ...
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Insert a paragraph into a list that uses the whole text width

I want to insert a paragraph or possibly even a box with a background color into a list that uses the whole \textwidth. Something like this: 1st item a subitem 1 b subitem 2 2nd item a ...
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Laying out an enumerate environment evenly in two columns with a picture in between

I have a list of items inside enumerate. I'd like to lay them out in two columns, separated by an image. The numbering matters, so I can't break them into two separate enumerate environment. Is there ...
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Enumerate within a longtable

I have been looking through a couple questions, but cant seem to find the answer to my question. I am trying to create a two column table that spans several pages consisting of two enumerate ...
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Avoiding a line break at the beginning of an enumerate

How can I avoid the line break at the begin of an enumerate environment? I've noticed that theorem-style environments succeed in doing so. I'm using the enumitem package and my concrete example is: ...
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Alignment of item number in list containing a minipage

I would like to have the list number at the beginning of the item, and not centered as is the case for item (b) the example below. If I comment out the \usepackage{nccmath}, I get this, but then the ...
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How do I use tab stops in enumerate or itemize?

Current code is: \begin{enumerate}[label=LEVEL \arabic{*},leftmargin=*] \item Description of Level 1 \quad L1 \\ \emph{more text} \item Description of Level 2 \quad L2 \\ \emph{more text} ...
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multicolumn long table or enumeration

I would like to generate a multi-column table that wraps within columns of the document, and splits across pages. There are a couple of similar questions here How do I create a really long table in ...
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`enumitem` package can't be used in conjunction with `numprint` (or how to set enumerate item has the type of 01, 02, etc.)

I want get a enumerate list has shape 01, 02, etc. The LaTeX code \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \usepackage{numprint} \begin{document} \nplpadding{2} ...
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Page-breaking over titles of theorems that have lists

When I have multiple part theorems, I use an enumerate environment inside my theorem environment. However, I don't like the list to start at the same level as the theorem title, since this produces ...
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amsart and enumerate environment

I'm using the amsart documentclass. Now the equation numbers are aligned to the left, I'm okay with that but what bothers me is the following: If I have equations in an enumerate environment it ...
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Mix align and enumerate

Is it possible to mix align* and enumerate, for example I want to TeX something like this (item a) and d), b) and e) and c) and f) should be aligned) a) x^2 + y^2 = 1 b) a + b = c c) r-x = y+z d) f ...
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Overriding italicized list counters in plain theoremstyles

Using a list environment inside of any theorem defined with \theoremstyle{plain} results in italicized counters. That is, the following example \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage{enumerate} ...
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labels for itemize in proposition

I have a Proposition which consists of an itemize with three claims, i.e. \begin{prop} \begin{itemize} \item[(i)] ... \item[(ii)] ... \item[(iii)] ... \end{itemize} \end{prop} I wish to insert ...
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How to include enumerate in tabular?

I would like to have text in one column table with multiple rows, but I need to include an enumerate in one cell. I get errors and read on the Internet the problem is in combining environments with ...
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Change bullet style / formatting in Beamer

I like the Boadilla layout for Beamer presentations, but I find its enumerate bullet points illegible, as illustrated below (from the Beamer Theme Matrix). How can I change the formatting of the ...
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Enumeration flush right

How can I do enumeration like this: Some loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume ...
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LyX enumeration style from numbers to letters

I'd like to use, for this specific instance, letter style enumeration [ like a) b) c) ] . I realize that I can nest one enumerate environment in another and the style will change, but I don't want a ...
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Robust method to apply Hebrew numeral in an enumeration list?

The difficult bit is that the enumitem package has a closed list of numbering formats, and that \hebrewnumeral is not part of them. I have \renewcommand{\theenumi}{\hebrewnumeral{\value{enumi}}} ...
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How do I use the “enumerate mini template” of the beamer class?

I'm working on a document and tried to change the way enumeration items look with the line \setbeamertemplate{enumerate mini template}{i)} found in the documentation BeamerUserGuide on page 114. ...
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Starting an enumerate of an enumerate on next line?

What I'm trying to do is to make my enumerates look like this a) i) answer ii) answer b) answer Currently, I'm using \begin{enumerate} \item \hfill \\ \begin{enumerate}[a)] \item ...
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Vertical alignment of align* in enumerate

Related (but not the same): Align number from enumerate with equation Displaying an equation in a list Earlier today I asked a question about aligning equations in an enumerate environment ...
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Align number from enumerate with equation

I'm trying to have an equation as the first line of one of my items in an enumerate environment. Example: \begin{enumerate} \item \[ x \] \end{enumerate} I want the $x$ to have the same ...
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Referencing a nested list item by only its most immediate bullet

I'd like to be able to reference a nested enumerated list item only by its inner-most identifying character. \begin{enumerate}[(1)] \item \begin{enumerate}[(a)] \item \label{mylabel} Referenced ...
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Enumerate \item with a decimal value

I'm using enumerate to create an outline that already exists. (As in, I'm copying an existing list, and I get no say in the numbers that are already picked.) My problem is that occasionally the ...
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Refer to customized `enumerate` counter

Background I'm typesetting a list of conditions for a certain mathematical object. There are three conditions. Later on I wish to provide an equivalent condition for the third. Therefore, it would be ...
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showexpl LTXexample and references inside enumerate

I've used the wonderful LTXexample environment defined by showexpl to illustrate some LaTeX basics. However, the following code confuses it: the reference remains ?? no matter how many times I ...
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Aligning an enumeration item to the top of a tikzpicture

I've drawn a tree using pgf/tikz and am trying to place it in an enumerated list. A snippet of my complete code is as follows: \subsection*{Problem 2} \begin{enumerate}[1)] \item Max heap \item ...
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Which settings control the indentations of items in an enumeration?

I have a bunch of enumerates, which are nested quite deeply (in a document with bylaws, so I can't avoid the nesting). This results in the labels being pretty wide, with label text like "6. § ...