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In the class Yathesis, how to change the size of the logo at the top of the cover page? One of the two logo appears much smaller than the second one. I tried to change to logo size directement from the .jpg files I was saving, but it is not changing anything. Is there a way to improve the symmetry here?

Many thanks for your help

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The class Yathesis will equalize the height of the logos. You can change the height of particular logo with logoheight as in \institute[logoheight=1cm, logo=images/ulco]{ULCO}

In this example the logos are in the sub-directory images. They have very different heights, as it can be seen, but they appear top and bottom aligned in the title page.

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ComUE.jpg (140x119)

cue

Institut.jpg (688x190)

ins

CoInstitut.jpg (942x264)

coin

Download the three images in a sub directory images of your working directory, change their names and try this code.

\documentclass{yathesis}

\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage{kpfonts}

\begin{document}

\author[aa@zygo.fr]{Alphonse}{Allais}\title[Laugh’s Chaos]{Le chaos du rire}
\subtitle[Chaos’ Laugh]{Le rire du chaos}
\academicfield[Mathematics]{Mathématiques}
\speciality[Dynamical systems]{Systèmes dynamiques}
\date{15}{8}{2021}
\submissiondate{1}{10}{2020}
\subject[Chaotic Laugh]{Rire chaotique}
\doctoralschool[url=http://edspi.univ-lille1.fr/]{ED Régionale SPI 72}

\comue[logo=images/ComUE,url=]{ComUE Lille Nord de France} % <<<<<<<<<<<<<<

\institute[logo=images/Institut,url=]{ULCO}% <<<<<<<<<<<<<<

\coinstitute[logo=images/CoInstitut]{Université de Paris~13}% <<<<<<<<<<<<<<

\laboratory[
logo=,
telephone=,
fax=,
email=,
url=
]{{LMPA Joseph Liouville}}{%
  \\
  \\
  \\
  \\
  \\
  }


\maketitle

\end{document}
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  • Thanks a lot!! It works fine with the logoheight option. The rest of the code was correct but the logos was appearing too small.
    – mailysmanu
    Sep 16, 2021 at 19:10

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