{wrap} is about formatting an object (e.g. images) so that it is surrounded by text

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How can I make a custom environment that wraps listings?

Thanks to this answer, I know it is possible to float and wrap text around a listing. I would like to setup an environment for mini-code snippets that always floats and wraps the same way. I can ...
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Can LuaLaTeX make wrapping text around figures easier?

If there is one thing LaTeX has never been good at, it is wrapping text around figures. Well, I have grown used to LuaLaTeX always providing a solution to what seemed impossible before. So does there ...
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Shaped paragraph with centred picture (shapepar & cutwin)

I spent much time on this, but could not manage it or find a similar problem. I would like to insert a picture in the center of this heart shaped paragraph, the text should be wrapped around it. ...
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Is there an alternative for \usepackage[nobottomtitles*]{titlesec}?

Is there an alternative for \usepackage[nobottomtitles*]{titlesec} as it messes up my automatic clearing of floatingfingure? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mwe} \makeatletter ...
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How to calculate exactly the proper textwidth to get a pregiven wrapping?

I have a text written with 12pt letters. I would like to use 10pt letters with shorter textwidth but the same wrapping. How to calculate the width? It is possible to force LaTeX to do the same ...
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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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Wrap text around with newenvironment

I am trying to create a new environment with a background color. The issue is that I want text to be wrapped around it but I can't do it. The minimum working example is as follows ...
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Automatically Wrap Equations

Is there a LaTeX plugin that automatically wraps equations that are too wide, or is this something I must always do manually?
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Placing table/figure inside paragraph

In my thesis, I am struggling in placing the figures and tables. The options [H] or [!htb] are not in a position to rescue as for few sections in the thesis there are more figures and tables in ...
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How to let Multirow cooperate with Tabulary's “auto wrap”?

I have been using Tabulary's capability to auto wrap things. But I cannot find a way for Multirow to cooperate with it. Basically, in Tabulary I use \begin{tabulary}{\linewidth}{|L|L|L|L|L|r|} so ...
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Text wrapping and indenting in Sublime Text

I'm currently testing sublime text + latextools for my typing needs (I've been using emacs+auctex for quite a while). So far I think I can get used to it. But the one thing I can't get straight is how ...
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Nesting wrapped textboxes

for formmating a piece of poetry, I need to nest a textbox inside another one, and that the outer text wrapps both left and right of the inner textbox, as it is to be in the center, I would like to do ...
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“Call out box” in a two-column document

I suppose "call out box" probably doesn't have much of a meaning in the TeX world, but a (framed) "box" probably isn't specific enough for what I mean. Anyway, I am compiling the following with ...