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accepted How to delay expansion
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answered How do I force a figure on top of a line, and place it exactly where I want on the page?
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answered Custom table of contents typesetting for subsubsections
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answered Categorical product in tikz?
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comment pgfgantt, wrap text in label
@MickyK Without further information, nothing can be done. Please feel free to open a new question, providing there a MWE allowing us to reproduce the problem.
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comment How do I force a figure on top of a line, and place it exactly where I want on the page?
And do you want this to appear on every page of your document? I mean, if you're going to have chapters, for example, should it also appear on the firat page of chapters (those pages normally have a different page style).
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comment How to typeset uneven length captions?
@marcellinus12 Yes, the font has to be set according to the one used for subcaptions and the breaking point has to be carefully chosen. I attempted to use \vboxes and \vsplit to automate the process, but couldn't find a satisfying result.
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revised How to typeset uneven length captions?
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comment How to typeset uneven length captions?
I added the answer, but, if you don't mind, I'd like you to wait some time before accepting it in wait of other possible alternatives to treat this situation.
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answered How to typeset uneven length captions?
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comment How to typeset uneven length captions?
\caption*{varius tincidunt. Curabitur varius diam metus, sit amet elementum nulla eleifend at. Nulla vitae enim ac urna tristique tristique et at nibh. Morbi urna velit, sollicitudin sit amet vehicula eget, luctus at urna. Cras at rutrum diam, vel viverra erat.} \caption{Figures of uneven caption length.} \end{figure} It should be just one code, but it was too long for comments.
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comment How to typeset uneven length captions?
So you want something like \begin{figure} \centering \begin{subfigure}[t]{0.6\textwidth} \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{example-image-a} \caption{Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Quisque id ligula a lacus interdum ullamcorper a eu eros. Pellentesque eu interdum nisi. Integer ut dui eros. Nulla porta leo consectetur risus} \label{fig:gull} \end{subfigure}\hfill \begin{subfigure}[t]{0.3\textwidth} \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{example-image-b} \caption{Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.} \end{subfigure}\vskip-\abovecaptionskip
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comment How to typeset uneven length captions?
I see. Would reducing the width for the image with the longer caption and increasing its caption width be a possibility?
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comment How to typeset uneven length captions?
And placing one below the other instead of side-by-side?
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comment Correct dynamic transparencies of blocks in beamer using \pause and \onslide
@Rackbox Another option would be to use highly dynamic: \setbeamercovered{highly dynamic} or declare your own grade of opaqueness: \setbeamercovered{still covered={\opaqueness<1>{25}\opaqueness<2>{20}\opaqueness<3>{15}\opaqueness<4->{1‌​0}}, again covered={\opaqueness<1->{15}}}
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comment Correct dynamic transparencies of blocks in beamer using \pause and \onslide
@Rackbox but that's what the dynamic effect does: the "further" an element, the dimmer it appears. If you don't want this, don't use dynamic, but just transparency as in \setbeamercovered{transparent}
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answered Source of figure below caption is not centered when there are too many characters
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reviewed Reviewed How to define default text as CM and Greek characters as Times-Roman?