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comment Two minipages side-by-side
This question has been asked and answered many times before
Apr
12
comment Why does \ref only enter the numbers?
Have a look at the cleveref package
Apr
9
comment Label variables of equation using tikz without using itemize
@MatoBehr it's difficult to say without an example; perhaps you can post a new question that demonstrates your problem?
Apr
5
comment Cline doesn´t work properly
Hi Michael, welcome to the site! Could you turn your snippet into a complete minimum working example that starts with documentclass? It makes it easier for folks looking at your problem :)
Mar
28
comment Torn page effect
I responded to your pull request on github :) are you 'watching' latexindent so that you get the updates?
Mar
23
comment Output latexindent auxiliary files to a different directory
@jfbu thanks for the follow-up :) It was clear that my 'answer' needed a lot of work, so I thought it was just easier simply to delete it. Feel free to post your own answer, I'm sure it'd receive some votes
Mar
22
comment command for writing a sequence of numbers
Welcome to the site! Does this example need any packages? It's best to post complete minimum working examples in these cases to avoid ambiguity :)
Mar
15
comment Horizontal rule with adjustable height behaving like \cline{n-m}
If I load the mathtools package, this doesn't seem to work... any ideas?
Mar
10
comment Subcaption: horizontal alignment of images
Perhaps \hfill\mbox{}
Mar
5
comment Draw a smooth surface
Could you update your question to show the parameretisation separately from the code?
Mar
3
comment Drawing the dragon curve
St David is the patron saint of Wales, whose national emblem is a dragon. A nice coincidence :)
Mar
2
comment Drawing the dragon curve
Did you intentionally post this so close to St David's day? :)
Mar
1
comment Vertically aligning minipages, subfigures, and subtables (not with baseline)
I don't think it's unique to your solution, so don't worry too much; I think it's a result of using captionof with subfigure; the same is true with a mwe, as in Harish's answer here: Placing two figures (each having subfigures) next two each other
Mar
1
comment Vertically aligning minipages, subfigures, and subtables (not with baseline)
Sorry to trouble you, Steven... I tried referencing a subfigure element, and it produces the wrong figure number--any ideas?
Mar
1
comment Placing two figures (each having subfigures) next two each other
+1 Harish :) have you tried cross referencing a subfigure using this method? It produces the incorrect numbers--yikes!
Mar
1
comment Vertically aligning minipages, subfigures, and subtables (not with baseline)
Indeed, it'll be tricky to align some objects with captions on top, and some with captions underneath... I'll have a look and see if I can work it out, otherwise I'll ask a new question--you've gone above and beyond what I originally asked, and for that, I'm very grateful; thank you :)
Mar
1
comment Vertically aligning minipages, subfigures, and subtables (not with baseline)
Great work, thank you very much for looking at my question :)
Feb
28
comment Vertically aligning minipages, subfigures, and subtables (not with baseline)
This is very helpful, thank you for all of your time on this :) I think you've presented some very clean, logical code that should scale into my project. I'd like to allow the possibility for the caption to go above the object, but I should be able to create another argument for pushfigure that could be top or bottom (I'm not asking you to work on it :)). Thanks again, I very much appreciate you taking the time to look and work on this.
Feb
28
comment Vertically aligning minipages, subfigures, and subtables (not with baseline)
Very, very nice, thank you :) The algorithm you've used makes perfect sense--my original plan was to write to the aux file, but you've shown that it isn't necessary, brilliant! I might not have mentioned that I'd like this to be able to handle text as well; e.g \pushfigure[t]{.1\textwidth}{here is some text here \par is some text here is some text here is some text}, but this doesn't seem to work... Is there an easy fix? Thanks again!
Feb
27
comment Vertically aligning minipages, subfigures, and subtables (not with baseline)
@JohnKormylo for the moment, I'm not concerned about aligning the captions. I've tried using tabular, but to no avail so far--it also aligns at the baseline. The tricky part is aligning with regards to other objects