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You can use use the insbox set of generic macros: it has an \InsertBoxC command that, at the point of insertion, first terminates the current line of text, then places the content of its argument (centred) and lastly continues the text. For the caption and label referencing, you can use the captionof command from the caption package. So in your case, this ...


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Here I place such a construct in a \Longunderstack using my macro \thread, which is passed the total number of threads as the first argument, the color as the second argument, and the thread content as the final argument. The width of the thread stack is defined by the \def of \threadwidth. Being a stack, it cannot cross page boundaries. I had to raise ...



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