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Apr
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comment Align baseline in multicol
I'm not sure exactly, but using the version Mico posted works, but yours only sometimes does. Doesn't \@plus1ex \@minus.2ex allow it to change if it feels like it?
Apr
23
awarded  Commentator
Apr
23
accepted Align baseline in multicol
Apr
23
comment Align baseline in multicol
This looks good on a test document but I think it still allows fractional spacing.
Apr
23
comment Align baseline in multicol
Okay, thanks, sounds like this is pretty complicated in latex. The grid system isn't working for me, but changing the definition of \paragraph to a simple 1x or 2x baselineskip looks good.
Apr
23
comment Align baseline in multicol
It's the \paragraph command that seems to be the offender -- \raggedcolumns just makes the bottoms of the columns vary in position, but it doesn't remove the variable spacing on the \paragraph command.
Apr
23
revised Align baseline in multicol
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Apr
23
asked Align baseline in multicol
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Sep
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comment Autocite near footnotes in biblatex
hrm, thanks for taking another look at this; I just handed in a draft of my thesis to my committee but have the defense upcoming so I won't have a chance to look at this again until I work on formatting the final library version :)
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Aug
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revised Multiple captions for a single figure
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accepted Multiple captions for a single figure
Aug
16
comment Multiple captions for a single figure
Got it, thanks!
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revised Multiple captions for a single figure
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revised Multiple captions for a single figure
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Aug
16
comment Multiple captions for a single figure
okay, I've modified my code to use minipage/subcaptions. I just want the captions to span \textwidth, as the figures themselves are likely to be wider or narrower than that. Is the \hspace a good solution or would you do something differently?
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