{enumitem} is a package that provides user control over the layout of the three basic list environments: {itemize}, {enumerate}, and {description}.

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Can I use multienum and enumitem together?

I'd like to use some of the features available with the enumitem package with the multienumerate environments used by the multienum package. Is there a way to do this? I'm looking to use the series ...
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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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Referencing in enumitem list levels

The following defines my enumeration parameters: %---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- % Enumeration Parameters ...
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Checking if first portion of an environment's content is empty

Motivation: I am working on a very personalized Exercise/Answer package for my colleagues. The exercise, exsheets, etc. packages don't do what I need. To accomplish this, I create an exercises ...
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Change \item font in beamer's enumerate environment

Below I'm using oldstyle numbers in the document, but I've defined a new font with lining numbers to use in enumerated lists (I've also used Khaled's Libertine fonts, since the original Linux ...
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How to obtain “tight” lists with nonzero parskip in memoir

This: \documentclass{memoir} \nonzeroparskip \tightlists % \usepackage{enumitem} % \setlist{nosep} \begin{document} Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Ut purus elit, ...
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How to not have bold acronym, but still allow customization via enumitem package?

I use the acronym package to manage my acronyms. And I customize the horizontal and vertical indentation of the acronym list via the setlist command from the enumitem package. \ac{MWE} below. ...
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Undesired \parindent in front of first label — depending on previous text

Here Manfred Sauter asked for appropriate spacing in front of the first label in a list. However, if there is no text in front of the first label, the first label will not be indented at all. How can ...