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I am working with dblfloatfix with multicol packages. Now I need to obtain something like this: http://www.geomechanics.caltech.edu/publications/pdf/andrade_avila_12.pdf

There you can see the figures 1 and 2, using the packages described above I obtain the behavior of figure 1 using:

   \begin{figure*}[t]
   \centering\includegraphics[width=\linewidth,height=0.1\textheight]{example-image-a}
   \caption{B caption}
   \end{figure*}

Now I need to obtain the behavior of figure 2, but disappears, when I used the combination of dblfloatfix and multicol packages. Can I get the behavior of figure 2?, using already dblfloatfix and multicol packages.

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  • multicol package doesn't support floats at all, dblfloatfix works with the standard [twocolumn] option, not multicol. A full page figure in twocolumn need figure* instead of figure Oct 11, 2013 at 16:29

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multicol package doesn't support floats at all, dblfloatfix works with the standard [twocolumn] option, not multicol.

For a full page figure in twocolumn, you need figure* instead of figure.

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