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Jan
22
comment Color-filled box in text area with size corresponding to font size
Thanks a lot for the help!
Jan
22
accepted Color-filled box in text area with size corresponding to font size
Jan
22
comment Color-filled box in text area with size corresponding to font size
Thanks a lot for the help!
Jan
22
awarded  Commentator
Jan
22
comment Color-filled box in text area with size corresponding to font size
Thank you. Is there a different way that does not apply scalerel? For some reason, my compiler is not able to find scalerel.sty despite it being in the "\texmf-dist\tex\latex" folder.
Jan
22
asked Color-filled box in text area with size corresponding to font size
Nov
23
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Nov
23
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Nov
23
accepted Centered columns with fixed width using tabularx
Nov
23
comment Centered columns with fixed width using tabularx
Okay. Thanks. What should I then use to get a fixed column width while perserving the fixed table width in tabularx?
Nov
23
awarded  Editor
Nov
23
revised Centered columns with fixed width using tabularx
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Nov
23
asked Centered columns with fixed width using tabularx
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10
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Nov
27
comment Small note (i.e. footnotesize) below figure
Thanks! I am doing this: \caption{Historical shock decomposition during 2007Q1-2012Q4} \tiny \\footnotesize \parbox[b][4em][t]{0.95\textwidth}{\textit{Notes:} TEKST TEKST TEKST TEKST TEKST} \end{figure}
Nov
27
comment Small note (i.e. footnotesize) below figure
After the caption and before "\end{figure}". The problem is that to the left, the text ends when the figure ends; while to the right, the text ends when the text width of the main body ends. @Mico: I would like the text block to have the width of the figure.
Nov
27
comment Small note (i.e. footnotesize) below figure
Right now, I write this: \begin{tablenotes} \item[Note] \textit{Notes:} The parameters of the model are evaluated at the means of the posterior distributions. The structural shock do not sum to the output gap and the unemployment rate since all initial values effects are left out of the plots, and since the model unemployment rate is an affine mapping of the actual unemployment rate plotted above. The contribution of measurement error innovations is for all practical purposes zero. \end{tablenotes}
Nov
27
comment Small note (i.e. footnotesize) below figure
It's not a legend, but a small item of text below the caption where I can write a few notes that I do not wish to include in the main body of my text.
Nov
27
asked Small note (i.e. footnotesize) below figure