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Sidecaptions next to sidewaystables

I'd like to place a caption left/right next to my table which is rotated by 90 degrees. So the caption should be next (e.g. bottom right) to the table and both, the caption and the table should be ...
3
votes
1answer
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Layout issues when using `subcaption` together with `sidecap`

I am using the sidecap package for side captions. I also want to have subfigures (for example, three or four subfigures labeled with a), b), c) and d), respectively). When not using the SCfigure ...
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vote
1answer
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`float` package not playing nice with `sidecap` package?

In trying to answer this question, I thought it would be easy to add a new float environment using the float package. However, the labeling of the caption is not getting correctly formatted. ...
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2answers
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`listings` and `sidecap` - Side captions for listings

I am using the package sidecap for captions which appear left or right of a picture/table, like so: \documentclass[a4paper,twoside,11pt,openright]{scrbook} \usepackage{graphicx} ...
2
votes
1answer
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Horizontal margincaption alignment using floatrow

I want to switch from sidecap to floatrow in putting figure captions in the margin. When using sidecapthe text is perfectly positoned within the margin. When i use floatrow there is a slight shift. ...
2
votes
1answer
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Setting position of figure, captions using sidecap

I have a poster with 2 sidecaped graphics: one in the lower-left corner (LLC) and another in the lower-right (LRC). Problems include both have their captions on the left. I'd prefer the LLC graphic ...
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votes
2answers
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Changing vertical position of a figure caption with sidecap/SCFigure

I use the sidecap package to add small graphics with captions on the inner side of a page with the following options in the preamble: \usepackage[innercaption]{sidecap} \sidecaptionvpos{figure}{t} ...
4
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1answer
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Remove “Figure 1” in text on the right of diagram

How do I remove the label, "Figure 1:" from the caption of the diagram, using the sidecap package?