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Placing a decorative separator in text [duplicate]

How do I put a decorative separator (like three asterisks or other symbols) in a text document so as to separate two sections of text, but not in a way that depends on LateX \section commands? Such ...
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How to typeset a thematic break? [duplicate]

In HTML5, the <hr> tag defines a thematic break. How can I do this in Latex? I would prefer a semantic solution.
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LaTeX package to insert fancy horizontal lines [duplicate]

I received a pdf written in LaTeX in which I noticed the use of the following horizontal spacer: Do you know which LaTeX package provides that one? Thanks a lot, Cheers
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Is there this ornament in latex? [duplicate]

I am trying to find latex ornaments similar to these. I checked out pgfornaments and The comprehensive latex symbol list, but could not find anything that looked close enough. Is there something ...
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End of paragraph with ornament

How to make a line with ornament like one below {TEX} logo on this site? What is specific term for it?
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Asterism and similar breaking / non-breaking options

What are the options that can be considered an alternative to the old asterism (⁂) symbol ? I would like to denote a small break in the flow of the text, I noticed that this days many people like to ...
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PRL style horizontal line in Latex

I want to get the line similar to the one in PRL articles at the end. I don't want to use RevTex but can't figure out a simple way of doing it in Latex. Any help will be appreciated.
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How thick a rule does \hline produce?

How thick a rule does \hline produce (in a bog-standard tabular environment) ?
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How to get a properly centred horizontal rule?

I'm trying to produce a horizontal rule 2/3 the textwidth and centred. It's much harder than expected, as it pulls to the left. I've tried putting noindent but that makes it worse, as this MNWE shows: ...
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Vertical lines across page for each chapter

I want to make a "title page" for each chapter of a book, and it should have two vertical lines across the page (one thicker than the other), and the name of the chapter, as shown in the image below. ...
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Chapter title with decorative separator [duplicate]

Where can I find the decorative separator pictured here? I want to add it to the (nearly complete) chapter title below. Note: the program I use (Latexian) has the most common packages installed, but ...
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How do I recreate these ornaments?

I was referring the psvectorian package for attractive borders and styles. I came across this: I badly know how to do this.The documentation doesn't show much on how to achieve this.Please help me.
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Separation between paragraphs on formal Letters

I want to create a formal letter in which I have to add a separator between paragraphs, just as the ones in the picture Is there a way to create a this but not by typing each asterisk below the ...
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How to typeset an exhibition catalogue

Perhaps this is too vague, but I have been so impressed with the results I was able to achieve based on a previous question, that I thought I would ask. Has anyone used TeX to typeset an exhibition ...
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How to produce a thinning-out line?

I'm trying to reproduce the horizontal lines that slightly thin out on both ends that are sometimes used, for example, to separate paragraphs or sections of text. Beside the usual hline, rule and ...

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