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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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comment Pretty List of Figures and List of Tables
@poltexious Of course. I initially didn't noticed the misalignment. In some hours I'll edit my answer to peroduce the proper alignment; thanks for noticing it and letting me know!
Apr
5
comment How to make this chapter heading style?
@Holene my first answer was the one using TikZ :) (and I am an admirer of TikZ); I included a TikZ-free possibility since I think this is one of the cases in which using TikZ for such a simple task might be an overkill; TikZ is such a heavy package and consuming resources for simple tasks is not really needed.
Apr
5
answered Left-Aligning footnotes in Beamer
Apr
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
5
reviewed Reject Multi-layered table
Apr
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comment How to limit the width of a subheading?
Does the 4in limit includes the numbering? Which exactly are subheadings? It looks as if chapter produce headings and lower sectional units (\section, \subsection, etc.) produce subheadings. To which usectional units should this 4in limit apply?
Apr
5
answered Can listings automatically indent code?
Apr
4
reviewed Close How do I number sections by parts?
Apr
4
reviewed Approve thesis tag wiki excerpt
Apr
4
answered Wavy vertical line on title page
Apr
4
comment Moving the page number in a table of contents to the left of the titles with tocloft
@jfbu I think it would be a nice addition to your answer if you could provide the actual code with etoc; it would show the power of the package. On a second thought, the question asks specifically for tocloft, so perhaps this is not the place to show the power of etoc?
Apr
4
comment Looking for three images on top of each other with text underneath each
@sonicboom make sure the string used in \ref is exactly the same used in \label; so if \label is only \label{cw_10_25_50}, then you should use \ref{cw_10_25_50} (without the "fig:" prefix). Of course, if you want to use the prefix as in \ref{fig:cw_10_25_50}, then you should also include it in \label, as in \label{fig:cw_10_25_50}. Compile twice after doing the change. If the problem persists, the best thing to do will be to open a fresh new question.
Apr
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revised Looking for three images on top of each other with text underneath each
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Apr
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comment tikz-cd bug in horizontal line angle in v0.9b?
@PaulVickers You're welcome! I've updated my answer; the other horizonyta hook was also slightly off, so the same method has to be used there (as in my updated answer).
Apr
4
revised tikz-cd bug in horizontal line angle in v0.9b?
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Apr
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comment Looking for three images on top of each other with text underneath each
@sonicboom in the first code of my updated answer, you can use something as \par\medskip instead of just \par to increase the vertical separation between subfigures. I am not sure if this is the distance you want to increase; if it's not, please let me know which one is.
Apr
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revised Looking for three images on top of each other with text underneath each
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Apr
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answered Looking for three images on top of each other with text underneath each
Apr
4
answered tikz-cd bug in horizontal line angle in v0.9b?