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Line breaks of math expressions in subfloat environment

I would like to show a figure in which there are a graph representation above its edge and node lists in LaTeX. I have written something like this: \begin{figure}[!ht] \subfloat[First figure]{ ...
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Title in subfloat without line-break

My code is like this, but the title of subfigure is with line-break, which looks very ugly? How can I solve it? \begin{figure}[!ht] \centering \subfloat[Subgraph]{ \label{fig:subg} ...
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Break a subfigure set in two lines

Is it possible to break a figure block made by three subfigures in two lines? I would like to maintain the first subfigure on the first line and the other subfigures on the second line. ...
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LaTeX Centering newline in subfloat caption

I have these images with their title beneath: I want to add some information below, like this: The good news is, I'm able to do it. The last screenshot is from my pdf previewer. ...
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Placing several pictures in one line, but with linebreak

I am trying to plot several pictures in one line, but only two per line and then the next two in the next line. And I want it all to be in one Figure so that I have only one caption. I can place ...
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Line breaks in subfig

I'm trying to put some text in a subfloat using the subfig package. (It's supposed to be part of the figure, not the caption.) I can't figure out how to add a line break. When I try this code: ...
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Prevent wrapping of subfloat captions

Because the images in my \subfloats are smaller than their captions, captions are wrapped to the next line. How can I prevent it? Update I was wrong assuming subfig is a popular package so, here ...