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Feb
6
comment How to increase table and figure numbers' font size?
@bipulmohanto Regarding "Enlarge Figure without package": This isn't easy to answer without looking at guthesis. If (and only if) guthesis is not patching \@caption, than the figure name and number will be typeset by \fnum@figure, so you have to re-define that macro. The original definition can be found inside guthesis since \fnum@figure is not defined by LaTeX but by the document class instead. So you need to go and find the original definition first, and than redefine it adding font size changing macros.
Feb
6
comment How to increase table and figure numbers' font size?
@bipulmohanto Why are you stuck on a version of the caption package which is more than 12 years old? Have you already tried it with a never version of it?
Feb
6
comment How to increase table and figure numbers' font size?
@bipulmohanto If you get the error "Unknown option font=small for package caption" than the caption package you use is older than 2004. Any chance to get gucthesis (from the web or from you) so we can take a look at your problem?
Feb
4
comment Error while including subcaption package
@shahid No, changing the load order won't solve all problems. I can create you a ton of example documents which would show strange behavior anyway. The only real solution is restoring the definition of \@gobble after loading arabtex.
Feb
3
comment Caption Error: “destination with the same identifier (name{figure.1}) has been already used”
A \label without \caption is pointless since \caption creates the reference. However, I guess the issue has something to do with hyperref and load order but my crystal ball is cloudy.
Feb
3
comment Error while including subcaption package
Update: Loading arabtex as last package does not help here since the caption package bundle relies on a proper definition of \@gobble. Maybe it won't throw errors anymore but the outcome could be typeset wrong.
Feb
3
answered Error while including subcaption package
Feb
3
comment Error while including subcaption package
From the arabtex documentation: "ArabTEX tries to diagnose the presence of some other packages with which it could run into conflicts, and sometimes locally modifies itself accordingly. For this to be possible, in case of doubt the ArabTEX package should be loaded last."
Feb
3
comment Error while including subcaption package
A more comprehensive MWE is \documentclass{report}\usepackage{arabtex}\usepackage{caption}\begin{document}A‌​\end{document} and the error message is Runaway argument? {\caption@CheckCommand \@makecaption {\long \def \@makecaption ##1##2\ETC. ! Paragraph ended before \@gobble was complete. so it seems it's an incompatibility between arabtex and caption. I'll take a closer look at it on Saturday. Until then, try loading arabtex as last package in order.
Feb
2
answered Automatically put subcaptions inside picture
Feb
1
revised add right margin in caption with the width of the caption label
Image added
Feb
1
revised add right margin in caption with the width of the caption label
added 56 characters in body
Feb
1
revised add right margin in caption with the width of the caption label
Example document code revised
Feb
1
answered add right margin in caption with the width of the caption label
Feb
1
comment add right margin in caption with the width of the caption label
@riddleculous Try using "calcmargin=..." instead of "margin=...". See my answer...
Feb
1
comment add right margin in caption with the width of the caption label
@riddleculous No, according to the caption package documentation one can set both margins individually, e.g. "margin={0pt,10pt}". See section "2.4 Margins and further paragraph options".
Feb
1
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Feb
1
revised Bicaption for longtables doesn't work
Update (2016-02-01) added
Jan
31
comment Align top of images using subcaption
sourceforge.net/p/latex-caption/tickets/27
Jan
31
comment Why is the caption without caption package within the box and with caption outside?
@BernhardKleine When I add \restylefloat*{factsheet} and make your code changes, I get no difference between "without caption package" and "with caption package". What difference do you get?