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accepted Two sections on one page make fancyhdr takes the second one as page header
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comment Two sections on one page make fancyhdr takes the second one as page header
Thank you for your comment. Now I can use titleps as it can also handle custom page styles :). Thank you for your help!
Feb
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comment Two sections on one page make fancyhdr takes the second one as page header
Thank you very much for your detailed answer. Can I still use fancyhdr while using titleps? Because I do have a different header style for my titlepage: \fancypagestyle{firstPageStyle} { \fancyhead[R]{ \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{images/header} } }`
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asked Two sections on one page make fancyhdr takes the second one as page header
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comment Create a wrapfigure with side caption and place it in the upper right corner?
@Harish Kumar: Thank you very much for your answer. The minipage solution works great! Unfortunately I cannot adopt your advice for the wrapfigure placement. Please check my edited question. I have now described in more detail what the problem is about.
Jan
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revised Create a wrapfigure with side caption and place it in the upper right corner?
more information on my question
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asked Create a wrapfigure with side caption and place it in the upper right corner?
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accepted vertical aligning images in table with \adjustbox only works when not every image is in an \adjustbox
Jan
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comment vertical aligning images in table with \adjustbox only works when not every image is in an \adjustbox
@Martin Scharrer: Thank you. How would one set the height of the row?
Jan
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comment vertical aligning images in table with \adjustbox only works when not every image is in an \adjustbox
@ArTourter thanks a lot. This reminds me of the margin usage within CSS.
Jan
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comment vertical aligning images in table with \adjustbox only works when not every image is in an \adjustbox
Thank you for your advice about formatting a post and about how to use adjustbox.
Jan
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comment vertical aligning images in table with \adjustbox only works when not every image is in an \adjustbox
Thank you for your answer. Now I understand the usage of the export function of adjustbox. Your solution works great! I have two more questions: 1) According to your post, the \\[.8cm] don't define the row height, they define whitespace at the bottom of a row? Because it was my intention to define the row height with this code. 2) Do I still need \\[.8cm] if I write margin=.8cm .8cm? Or does margin=.8cm .8cm set the right/left margin to .8cm and not the top/bottom?
Jan
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asked vertical aligning images in table with \adjustbox only works when not every image is in an \adjustbox
Jan
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comment with each subsequent column the images scale up
Thank you for your answer Johannes. The limiting of the height does work. Previous user also have suggested this workaround. PS: I am going to have multiple tables just like the one I posted. How can I make sure, that the columns are all having the same width? Furthermore I want the table to have the same width as \textwidth. PPS: Is an image scaled up if it is smaller than 1cm or is this the maximum height?
Jan
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comment with each subsequent column the images scale up
Thank you for your input. I will give it a try :)!
Jan
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comment with each subsequent column the images scale up
Stupid error. I forgot to close the PDF, hence pdfTex could not overwrite the PDF. Long story short @susisstrolch's solution worked. Thank you very much! What is the best way to center the items in the table and furthermore: what is the best way to scale images down, if they are too big but do not scale them up if they are too small (avoid pixelated pictures)?