{paralist} is a package extending the functionality of the built-in list environments and adding new list environments.

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What are the differences between using paralist vs. enumitem

I am looking for advice on which of these packages to use? Under what circumstances would paralist be preferred over enumitem?
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How to make enumerate items align at left margin?

I would like to have my lists to have no indent for the top level, i.e. having the same left margin as the surrounding paragraph, with just enough space for the widest label to fit: Paragraph text ...
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Suggestions for transitioning from paralist to enumitem package

Based on the suggestions on What are the differences between using paralist vs. enumitem, I am transitioning from using paralist to enumitem and have encountered a few issues. There are a few places ...
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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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From paralist to enumitem, using tabto too

This is a follow up question to the one I asked a while back: Horizontal enumeration in multiple columns . There I was using paralist and now I feel it is better to switch to enumitem (since I can ...
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Change the color of numberings in inline itemization

\begin{inparaenum}[1)] \item number one item \item number two item \item number three item \end{inparaenum} Is it possible to change the color of the number, When I use ...
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trivlist list environment \item command

My document class uses paralist and redefines \begin{enumerate}[(a)][abc] etc... environments to issue \label for each \item, given a second option (e.g., \abc{a}) that becomes a 1-parameter macro ...
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enumitem itemize environment shifts text into margin, or overlaps other text

I am in the process of transitioning from using the older {paralist} package to the {enumitem} package and this question on Suggestions for transitioning from paralist to enumitem package suggested to ...
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condense non-numbered bibliography into one line

What I am trying to do is basically the same as (almost) answered here: http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/5574/39336 The difference is that I am using a different bibstyle. This bibstyle creates the ...