I'm new to LaTeX and I'm getting a bit annoyed at the way stuff is just shoved where ever LaTeX feels like sticking it. I'm also enamoured with some of the other things the programme has done, so I'm not running off yet.
I'm curious though how others work with this - do people find that they spend a lot of time at the end arranging things that LaTeX has got wrong or do people just accept it?
I've read that it's a different way of working, and that LaTeX knows best. But some of the things that It's chosen to do are (in my opinion) objectively wrong.
Splitting an itemized list across a page - surely that's not done?
Having images a chapter after the section they're relevant to - must be wrong (though hard for an algorithm to catch)
I'm curious how others work with this, I'm currently working on something that has a lot of images, I have many screen-shots to display how to make a table in Access (woo!) and the whole thing is rather tricky.