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Using a theorem-based environment inside a list

When I include a theorem-based environment right after the start of a list item, a linebreak is inserted that looks a little funny. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsthm} ...
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Indentation of list in a theorem environment

Typically, the body in a theorem environment begins on the same line as the heading. If the text begins with a list, the first line looks a little funny due to the indentation before the label. I'm ...
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Editing Format of List of Theorems in thmtools

I'm trying to change the formatting of the \listoftheorems command from the thmtools package. It currently prints "Theorem (Name of Theorem).... Page Number", and I would like it to print "Name of ...
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Enumerating inside a proposition and inside a proof

I have one problem with enumerating. The symbols for items look differently when the enumerating is done ''inside'' propositions from the enumerating done ''inside'' a proof. The code ...
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1answer
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How to enable line breaking in the standard proof environment with amsmath?

I want to redefine the proof so it accepts linebreaks in the name \renewenvironment{proof}[1][\proofname]{\par \pushQED{\qed}% \normalfont \topsep6\p@\@plus6\p@\relax \trivlist ...
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1answer
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Theorem starting with a list

I want a robust way to handle theorems which starts by a list environment, with the first item being on a new line. I don't want to distinguish between theorems with lists and those without by using ...
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1answer
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Multiple lists of theorems with different titles (any TeX, in my case XeLaTeX)

I've found out how to use the thmtools package to make lists of theorems. My questions on this are: How do I change the title, given that \renewcommand{\listoftheoremname}{...} gives a LaTeX ...
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1answer
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Need help with a cases structure inside an enumerated list

I need to type an enumerated list (for a math document) that contains several lines for which I need to have said lines have a curly brace at the end with a text description for them. The best I can ...
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Theorem with separate tikz environments for header and body

My initial question: I'm writing my lecture notes in LaTeX and used some customized theorem environments with amsthm so far. Now I wanted to redesign those theorems with help of tikzpicture. That's ...
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Break theorem style in amsart [duplicate]

I want to make a theorem's header stands in a separated line like (as style break in ntheorem) Examples 1 (1) GL(n) (2) SL(n) I copied the solution from Theorem formatting, but it doesn't work ...
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1answer
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Hyperref warning when using amsthm and enumerate

hyperref gives the warning that something has been referenced but it doesn't exist. When I use the enumerate (or an itemize) list, I get the warning. Here is the minimal working example (MWE): ...
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Enumerate inside a theorem environment

I use the enumitem package: \usepackage[shortlabels]{enumitem} And I put some numeration like this in a theorem environment with \theoremstyle{plain}: \begin{prop} We have ...
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1answer
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Problem using enumerate environment in a proof newenvironment definition

I want to define a simple environment to enclose my proofs, actually I just wanted to put a little square right at the end. So, I made this new environment definition: \newenvironment{Proof}{ ...
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2answers
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misplaced qed symbol after displaymath inside item of inline list

My problem involes a qed symbol which appears too early. My observations are that it happens after a displaymath inside an item of an unboxed inline list. All of this seems to be necessary to produce ...
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1answer
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Theorem Spacing in Lists

I was wondering how I can change the spacing in my lists when I start my list off with a theorem environment. An example of this is that I have my list using the enumitem package with my code: ...
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votes
1answer
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A numbered list with arbitrary order of items

Inside a theorem environment I have a numbered list of theorem statements. Afterward it goes a proof. In the proof I prove every of the above specified numbered statements. But the order in the ...
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Enumerate alignment problem in theorem environment

I'm using amsart. When I create an enumeration inside a theorem environment, the numbering is not aligned properly: Theorem 14. (1) (2) (3) (4) How do I shift the (2),(3),... to be aligned with ...
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1answer
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How to suppress vertical space between proof environment heads and itemize environments?

The user 'egreg' recently helped me to suppress vertical space between theorem heads and enumitem environments (such as itemize; see the link below). I now have a similar problem: When a proof ...
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1answer
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Enumeration in theorem environment

I am puzzled with a formating question. I was asked to change that the enumeration gives me italic numbers in the theorem environment to non-italic ones. How can customize enumeration, such that it ...
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2answers
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Using `environ` to make a list of environments?

In my document I use an amsthm environment called question, which I use to, well, pose questions to myself for later reference. However, they are spread out in the text. I know ntheorem has a ...
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1answer
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How to alternate labels' styles in enumerated lists?

How can I alternate the display of an enumerated list's counter according to which command I've used? E.g., I want \foo{poor Yorick!} to look like (9) poor Yorick! but I want \bar{Joelle} to have a ...
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Is it possible to use the enumerate/itemize environment within the proof/remark environment in a nice way?

I wish to use the enumerate/itemize environment within the proof/remark environment, but when I do this the first number/bullet-point is on the same line as the word 'Remark'/'Proof' indented to the ...
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amsthm: \newtheoremstyle, headspace, \mbox{}, and lists

Q: How do I define a newtheoremstyle which will start the theorem text on a newline after the header even when the theorem text starts with a list, e.g., enumerate? If there's no way of doing this, ...
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2answers
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Theorem formatting: strange interaction with itemize

This question is related to this one. I want to have theorem headers alone on a line like this: Theorem 1. some text... In the amsthm documentation, they suggest doing this: ...
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2answers
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How to suppress vertical space between theorem heads and enumitem environments?

How can I suppress vertical space between a theorem head and an enumitem environment? I would like the output to look like version 3 below, but I hope there is an automatical solution without ~ and ...
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1answer
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Numbering for a theorem and enumerated list within that theorem

I have the following amsthm environment defined \newtheorem{cslist}{Comparative Static Hypothesis} In instances of cslist, I would like to have an enumerated list like this. ...
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Best Practices for Using Enumerations Within Theorem Environments

Suppose one has a theorem/proof such as: \begin{theorem} The following are equivalent: \begin{enumerate} \item Statement 1 \item Statement 2 \item Statement 3 \end{enumerate} ...
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Fancy Theorem Environment and Colors

I'm trying to make a boxed theorem environment with colors. I thought I had done it, but I was mistaken--lists were the wrong colors. In the picture above, I would like the "list" to be the same ...
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1answer
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Enumerated examples

I'm trying to create an example environment, so I've done the very simple \newtheorem{example}{Example}[section] which I can then use as \begin{example} Example 1 \end{example} What I would ...
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Annoying space before the first item in an enumeration which starts a theorem

Consider the following example: \documentclass{article} \newtheorem{Theorem}{Theorem} \begin{document} \begin{Theorem} On the other hand, this one has only one claim. \end{Theorem} \begin{Theorem} ...
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2answers
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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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3answers
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References to lists in theorem-like environments/writing # symbol to files

A little warning in advance: This will be quite lenghty. I spent quite some time over the last few days trying to solve the following problem: I'm typesetting mathematical lecture notes and have used ...