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Apr
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comment How to make such a nice table in LaTeX?
The table would actually look much nicer without all these useless lines...
Mar
18
awarded  Teacher
Mar
18
answered Two itemized lists side by side
Mar
18
comment Two itemized lists side by side
What have you tried ? To me, simply using multicol or 2 minipage would do the trick.
Mar
6
accepted Invert axis using pgfplots and TiKz
Mar
5
accepted Remove top indent of itemize without using minipage in tabular(x)
Mar
5
comment Remove top indent of itemize without using minipage in tabular(x)
I am parsing HTML to LaTeX using pandoc, and its generates itemize when matching <ul></ul>. I wish I didn't have to hack pandoc's behaviour, and that I could stick to a full LaTeX solution, but well ^^ Pity :
Mar
5
comment Remove top indent of itemize without using minipage in tabular(x)
Thanks for the clarification
Mar
5
comment Remove top indent of itemize without using minipage in tabular(x)
The problem with this technique is that if I write something above the tabitemize, it will be overlapped by the latter (in this example, & 3 & this will be overlapped \begin{tabitemize} .... I am generating these data automatically, so if I could have a single environment that would work on all cases (because here I would switch to itemize, but that's because I'm a human), that would be perfect. If it's not possible, I'll just try to automate this.
Mar
5
comment Remove top indent of itemize without using minipage in tabular(x)
English is not my native language so my message is probably not clear, because that's not what I meant. What I meant is that minipage do not break at page break, which is problematic in my case, as visible in the MWE. So if I could get rid off minipages, I'd be very happy
Mar
5
asked Remove top indent of itemize without using minipage in tabular(x)
Mar
2
awarded  Yearling
Mar
2
accepted Unexpected behaviour of multicolumn/minipage in tabularx
Mar
2
comment Unexpected behaviour of multicolumn/minipage in tabularx
Thank you for your input. How did you find the 8cm value ? I don't have the same margins, so if there's a technique to actually calculate this value easily, I'm very interrested.
Mar
2
comment Unexpected behaviour of multicolumn/minipage in tabularx
@LaRiFaRi putting l will end up in my text not being wrapped at the end of the cell if it's too long.
Mar
2
revised Unexpected behaviour of multicolumn/minipage in tabularx
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Mar
2
comment Unexpected behaviour of multicolumn/minipage in tabularx
The title of this question should be changed so it's easier to find it if people are struggling with the same problem, but since I have no idea what's going on, I couldn't find a right title for it.
Mar
2
asked Unexpected behaviour of multicolumn/minipage in tabularx
Feb
25
comment Invert axis using pgfplots and TiKz
Thank you, it worked
Feb
25
revised Invert axis using pgfplots and TiKz
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