{framed} is about framed document elements, e.g., boxes and environments. A popular package is {mdframed}.

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Exclude a line of text in a tabular environment

I have this problem: inside a framebox there is a line of text which should not be a part of the tabular enviromnent because it widens the first tab. Here is the code \documentclass[12pt, ...
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Work around 'Dimension too large' using `framed` with `listings`

I'm including an external source code file as an appendix using the listings package. The framed package is being used to ensure multi-page listings frames are fully closed. The problem is if my ...
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making boxed or framed sections that flows to the next page

I want to enclose a text in a box and i want the box to overflow to the next page when the box cannot fit in one page. With my code the box immediately jumps to the next page and then omit the text ...
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Border/frame for special text in latex

I'm writing about hash strings like this: "1DGooBsCL8eBHRq4UHPwiYbvu2Weiuw837" etc. I would like to do some border box or decorations for hash strings. Is it possible in latex?
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Shadowboxing theorem environment

This is how I would like to redefine my theorem environment. %\newenvironment{sbtheorem} % {\shabox{ \begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \begin{theorem}} % {\end{theorem} \end{minipage} }} ...
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Put a beamerbox at the top of the frame, even if the frame is vertically centered

How can I put a beamerbox at the top of the frame, even if the frame is vertically centered? I know \frametitle just does this! So you can reformulate my question: how frametitle does this? Here is ...