{lists} is about list environments. If your question deals with a specific list environment, add the respective tag, if existing, such as {itemize}, {enumerate}, or {description}. A popular package is {enumitem}. For registers like a "List of figures", use {table-of-contents} instead.

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\topsep not taken account in a new list

My overall goal is to redefine the [ ] , I have done that actually and it works well, but I just noted that my new trivlist, trivilist2, does not behave well regarding the space left between the above ...
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Maintaining structure Workbook style

--Revised-- I am looking at a math workbook for teenagers. This one has the following structure: 1.Main Chapter 1.1 Subchapter 1.11 Task 1 a) problem 1 b) problem 2 c) problem ...
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Select specific items located outside a main file

I have a data base of questions (simply individual .tex-files) and include some of them in a main file with the help of simple \input commands, in order to create an exercise. Some of those question ...
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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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Spacing in labels of a list

I entered the following code in LaTeX: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item[[$\Rightarrow$]]necessitiy \item[[$\Leftarrow$]]sufficiency \end{enumerate} \end{document} I ...
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auto-starting itemize with \item?

I frequently write slides in beamer, and besides a few macros I use (e.g. for two-column frame), I often type \begin{itemize} and \end{itemize}. What would be a nice TeXish way for either starting the ...
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Lists (itemize, enumerate) without \parshape

AFAIU (reading ltlists.dtx), lists (itemize, enumerate) in LaTeX rely on \parshape. Is there an other way to get the same result without \parshape. Motivation: wrapfigure and list environments badly ...
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Resume option in enumitem with \includeonly

If I use \includeonly to include file foo2.tex, \begin{enumerate}[resume] does not resume the numbering of the last enumerate environment in file foo1.tex. What I've done is to run all parts, see ...
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Is there a list environment with (double sided) page headers?

This question is an extension of Headers and footers for listing environment?: I have a list of objects (like tables or simply boxes) that should be vertically stacked (so it's a list) and is longer ...
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Modifying enumerate items in beamer - insert graphics while generating labels

I'm trying to make myself a beamer template with modified bullets for enumerate and itemize. I have a pdf image of the bullet point that I would like to use. I already have a working solution for ...
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List with wrapped figures

I am trying to define a list to describe a series of images. I would like each list element to have the image aligned with the first line of the description text and have the text wrap around the ...
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Change spacing for lists in LyX through template

I want to change the vertical spacing of a list in my resume. I am using the moderncv style file through LyX in Ubuntu 12.04. One of the list environments defined in the moderncv is Computer ...
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itemize doesn't work in IPE

I want to use itemized lists in IPE. Everytime when I try to do this I get following error: Assertion failed on line #511 (ipegeo.cpp): 't != 0' Aborted (core dumped) I've read that itemize ...
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difficulty correctly identifying all parameters affecting vertical placement within lists

I'm trying to align the baseline of the first line of a list environment with the baseline of a box. After working on this in various forms, I thought I was ready to tackle this issue. I also ...
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Why fixfoot's fixed footnotes don't accept neither paragraphs nor lists?

Ordinary footnotes accept both paragraphs and lists: \documentclass{article} % \newcommand{\alist}{% \begin{itemize} \item Foo. \end{itemize} } \newcommand{\twopar}{% Foo\par Foo.% } % ...
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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 ...
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Align Scaled Image With Text Centered in Columns

Say given a list of items: Item 1: Item 2: Item 3: Item 4: I want this list to be split into two columns with images aligned on each side of them. Much like a centered bar-graph (If there's a way ...
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addmargin, enumerate and align* miss an overfull hbox

The following document compiles as expected, and looks as expected: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{scrextend} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \lipsum[1] ...
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How do I achieve this sort of numbering which mixes alphabets and numbers

I need to prepare a list of items item name ----- A.1 item name ----- A.2 item name ----- B.1 item name is pretty long, so aligning is gone ----- B.2 item name is so long it goes to next ...
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How to prevent a list being split (at the page break) by a figure

I have a series of lists in my document, which sometimes go over page (which I want). How can I prevent a figure to appear at the top of the page of a continues list? This makes the list quite hard to ...