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Jun
13
comment How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
@HarishKumar sorry, not following you. I have large paragraphs below the figure, with lots of text. My question is why those are not flushed to the right edge of the page once the figure is set? The whole document, all the pages that follow, have this problem. everything got pushed to the left as seen in this screen shot !Mathematica graphics (Will update the question with this new screen shot also to make it clear) but feel free to modify the MWE if you can resolve this issue to show me what I need to change.
Jun
13
comment How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
Thanks for the suggestion, but it does not work well. When added [10] to all the wrapfigure, now I get this !Mathematica graphics if I changed it to [8], the second figure jumbed to the second page and no wrapping happened. If I have to micro manage this like this, it will not work. Latex was supposed to be about content and let Latex put things in the right place. I think I will not use this package, it is not working for me as I expected.
Jun
13
asked How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
Jun
9
comment Errors using mdframed and also framed packages with tex4ht to put a frame around text
@cfr but fbox solution does not work. I tried that before. If you look at the HTML generated, you will see it removed the paragraph formatting. Screen shot !Mathematica graphics the above was from this file : !Mathematica graphics so it does not really work. pdflatex produces the correct output.
Jun
9
revised Errors using mdframed and also framed packages with tex4ht to put a frame around text
used htlatex
Jun
9
comment Errors using mdframed and also framed packages with tex4ht to put a frame around text
oh, the command is htlatex foo.tex that is the one I use. Sorry I wrote tex4ht there, since the tag was tex4ht. I'll correct.
Jun
9
revised Errors using mdframed and also framed packages with tex4ht to put a frame around text
added framed package also problem
Jun
9
revised Errors using mdframed and also framed packages with tex4ht to put a frame around text
added 42 characters in body
Jun
9
asked Errors using mdframed and also framed packages with tex4ht to put a frame around text
Jun
3
answered What is the practical difference between latex and pdflatex?
Jun
3
comment Long tabularx doesn't break rows
use longtable....? or ctan.org/pkg/ltxtable which is supposed to combine features of longtable and tabularx
May
23
comment Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
fyi, I redid the changes and do not see the error any more. I must have did something wrong myself before. It is all working well now. Thank you again for your help.
May
23
accepted Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
May
23
comment Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
This was meant as a FYI and not as anything specific. Your fix works fine in the MWE, but for some reason I am getting this error when I added the changes to my main document. Will try to find what is the problem. hyperref has nothing to do with this, I just copied the last few lines from the log. The error is File ended while scanning use of \FancyVerbGetLine and will try to see why it shows up in my main document and not in the MWE. thanks.
May
23
comment Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
Thanks. This seems to have worked but when I started adding it to my main document, now I get these error File ended while scanning use of \FancyVerbGetLine, the problem is I have no idea which line number it is coming from. I have to roll back my changes and see. Package hyperref Warning: Token not allowed in a PDF string (PDFDocEncoding): (hyperref) removing math shift' on input line 2222. ) Runaway argument?! File ended while scanning use of \FancyVerbGetLine.<inserted text> \par <*> KERNEL.tex?`
May
23
revised Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
edited title
May
23
asked Syntax to setup environment using environ package with multiple arguments
May
21
accepted How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
May
21
comment How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
Thanks, interesting solution, I did not know about verbatimbox package.
May
20
comment How to center image in 2 column tabular when one side is Verbatim?
Thanks! I had no idea one must use m for both columns, examples I saw just used 'm' for the column which has the image. Is this because one side is Verbatim in this case? Sometimes, I will have normal text in the left side as well (mised with some Verbatim). Will that still work? Will try it. I just did. Yes, it seems to work with normal text as well! This is great. Thank you