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Indenting in enumerate (TeX/LaTeX)

I'm making a numbered list with the enumerate environment. Through the enumitem package I've changed the label to [label=Caso \arabic*)]. I have set itemindent to 10.5pt to align the label start with ...
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Indenting both label and content in description-environment

I'm trying to customize enumitem so that labels and item-contents will be broken into paragraphs with negative (hanging) indent when they get too long for the designated space: label one ...
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Appropriate indentation for first item starting in the same line as previous text

I use the following code \newlist{longmainenum}{enumerate}{1} \setlist[longmainenum]{label={(\alph*)},font=\bfseries, align=left, leftmargin=0pt,labelsep=0pt, labelwidth=1.9em, ...
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Handling margins and indent in itemize

I have looked around the site for a while and haven't found a specific answer about this particular problem: I am typing up a paper and was asked to separate different sections with headings. I would ...
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252 views

Automatically set description list `labelwidth` based on widest label?

How do I create a description list where the item text is automatically indented to the width of the widest label? This is the same question as Description list with aligned descriptions but I would ...
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Indentation of Lists in Environments

Based on the answer of Markus Scharrer, I am using the custom lstnewenvironment to get code and Section with my environment. Since I use an environment in an environment (I know it may not be the best ...
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Indent paragraph to horizontally align with enumerate environment

I have an enumerated list with points, intersected with comments to each point. I would like to align my comments vertically with the itemized points in the enumerated list. Below a MWE with its ...
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Aligning equation numbers within enumitem

Take a look at the following minimal working example: \documentclass[a4paper, 11pt, leqno]{article} \usepackage{amsmath, enumitem} \title{} \author{Who knows?} \date{} \begin{document} \maketitle ...
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Controlling the indentation of the second line in a list

I'm using enumitem to label text, and I'd like the text to all be aligned to the same indent as the first line in the list. The second line begins underneath the label. I'm sure there's a simple ...
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Description environment, indent first line

Is there a neat way to push the first line of an item in a description environment over to the right so that it is flush with the second line of the item? I'm trying to define a LaTeX list ...
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votes
1answer
84 views

Indenting First Paragraph in a List

I have an enumerate environment and each item contains several paragraphs. Normally, none of the paragraphs are indented, but using the enumitem package, I can set the listparindent to make all but ...
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votes
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Inserting non-indented mdframed object in outline

I want to be able to put an mdframed object inside of an outline environment without it being indented to the indentation level that I'm at, and so that I can continue the outline after the mdframed ...
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Stopping hang into left margin with enumitem

I'm trying to use enumitem to present various numbered principles, and to keep a running count on these principles. I'm getting stuck because I can't get enumerate not to shift the label into the ...
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Bullet and number indenting in list

I would like to make a custom indenting for lists: Bullet or number is indented 1.2 cm from the left margin Text (all lines) is indented 1.8 cm from the left margin I am trying to use the enumitem ...
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votes
1answer
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Mixing normal and inline lists in one environment

I'm redoing my résumé and would like to produce a certain style of lists using enumitem, as shown in the image below. If it isn't possible, it isn't the end of the world, but I'd really like it if ...
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Unexpected list spacing when trying to implement vertical lists in paragraph style (with enumitem)

I'm trying to create a styling for certain numbered lists where they are formatted as normal paragraphs; i.e., a paragraph indent before the label, with all subsequent lines of each item unindented. ...
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190 views

Undesired \parindent in front of first label when using asparaenum environment

When using the asparaenum environment from paralist, sometimes the \parindent in front of the first item is undesirable. For example, if one uses the asparaenum environment directly after starting the ...
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votes
1answer
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How to remove indents for the initial list but indent all nested lists?

I'm trying to use enumitem to modify my lists so that they're flush to the left side of the paper but so that any nested lists are properly indented. This is what I've tried: ...
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vote
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145 views

List elements without indentation

I am using the enumitem package to tweak the enumerate environment. I would like to have all the items in different levels aligned in the left margin. I tried with different parameters of the package ...
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1answer
585 views

Indenting multiple paragraphs in description

I am trying to put multiple paragraphs in a description, where the body text is indented by one \parindent, and I want to indent the second paragraph by one \parindent relative to the body text ...
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Multiline item indent

I am currently writing a set of steps for my lecture notes on circles but when the description of the step is too long, becomes multiline, the enumerated environment does not left indents properly as ...
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Leftalign labels with enumitem

I'm using the enumitem package to define a legal list: \usepackage{enumitem} \newlist{legal}{enumerate}{10} \setlist[legal]{label*=\arabic*.} The output for a list looks like this: 1. foo 1.1 ...
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Alternative Enumeration Environment

I have a theorem which lists a bunch of properties, and then I prove them one-by-one. Because the proofs are long, it looks awkward when every line is automatically indented by the enumerate ...
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How does the enumitem package place the labels?

In the following screenshot, I would like the 1st item A) in the inline mode to be at the same level of indentation of the labels A) to D) in the first list. To do that I would like to know how the ...
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1answer
373 views

Aligining item descriptions

I am trying to make my description list with same margin as my formulas (made with fleqn option - \usepackage[fleqn]{mathtools}). I was able to make it with labelindent option of the description ...
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1answer
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Proper margins in custom enumeration/itemize environements

I am using two custom list environments (itemize-compact and descriptionhang), which work fine on their own, but not when I nest them. Please consider this MWE: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} ...
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Can't get my head around enumitem's spacing parameters

Maybe it's my terrible lack of sleep but I can't get my head around enumitem's horizontal spacing parameters. What I want is a decription enviroonment in which the first line of each item (where the ...
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1answer
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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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1answer
781 views

How can I create an indented and hanging-indented list with enumitem

I'm using enumitem v3.2 (latest on MikTeX), and want to create a list that looks like this: Some text describing my list: **Item 1**: some text that eventually wraps and hangs onto line ...
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Setting rightmargin = leftmargin with enumitem package

The default leftmargin when using the enumitem package seems to be leftmargin=*, is there a way I can get the rightmargin to be the same width? The most obvious way would be rightmargin=* but that ...
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How to tab the whole subitem?

I'm typing up a document that requires subitems (ex: 1. a), b), etc.). I have been able to do this by using \subitem but what really bugs me is that only this first line of the subitem has a indent ...