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I'm trying to use the chronosys package and unfortunately the events are overlaping each other.

Here is a minimal example :

\documentclass[article]
\usepackage{chronosys}
\begin{document}
\startchronology
  \chronoevent{1500}{Texte A}
  \chronoevent{1525}{Texte B}
\stopchronology
\end{document}

And here is the result : Overlaping events

Can anyone help me on this?

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  • Related: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/156878/…. If chronosys is forcing your "year-line" to be linear, that could be a problem with closely spaced dates. The alternate approach cited here allows you to tailor the inter-year separations to suit. The appearance could be made to look more like what you have in your question, as well. Feb 20, 2014 at 14:13

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Try this

\documentclass[article]
\usepackage{chronosys}
\begin{document}
\startchronology
\chronoevent[markdepth=60pt]{1525}{Texte B}%order - furthest out first
\chronoevent{1500}{Texte A}
\stopchronology
\end{document}

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