{subfloats} is about small "sub"-figures and "sub"-tables within a single (floating) figure or table environment. For questions specifically about formatting a subfloat's caption, consider to use {subcaption}.

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Seamless background of subfigure bodies, but not captions

I have 3 sub-figures: \begin{figure} \subfloat[Apple]{ \includegraphics{apple} } \subfloat[Orange]{ \includegraphics{orange} } \subfloat[Cherry]{ ...
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Subfloat labels don't display properly

The screenshot has the bottom part of a figure with two subfigures. As you can see, the labels have a very narrow width. I don't understand why. \begin{figure}[htp] \centering ...
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What is the difference between \subfigure and \subfloat?

I've been just reading through this Latex wikibook and I spotted they advocate use of \subfloat in figures. I've always used \subfigure. What is the difference?
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How to make sub figure referencing work in memoir + cleveref?

In the following example: \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{cleveref} \newsubfloat{figure} \begin{document} \chapter{Example} \begin{figure} \centering \subtop[apple]{fig ...
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How can I have images that are side-by-side and have numbers attached to each one?

For example: *Image 1* *Image 2* *Image 3* (i) (ii) (iii) Figure n. Multiple images. (i) image at time n. (ii) Image at time n+1. (iii) Image at time n+2
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Is it possible to use hyperref, subfigure, and memoir together?

I asked a question about how to use subfigure with memoir. I got some great tips, but now pdflatex is making all subfigure hyper-refs point to the first couple subfigures. It also gives me this ...
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subfigures with memoir

I switched to memoir and stopped including subfig and now all my subfigures interpret the caption as actual text, i.e., "[caption...]" shows up in the document with the square brackets. How do I have ...
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How do I set the minimum width of a subfigure?

I have: \subfigure[blah blah blah.] { \begin{tikzpicture}[/MyStyle] ... some stuff... \end{tikzpicture} } But "some stuff" is not that wide and the text in the subfigure produces a lot of ...