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### Breaking pictures across multiple pages

I am a relative TeX newbie trying to write a new package to generate timelines that can span multiple pages (the existing timeline solutions are not suitable for me, and I would like to write ...
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### How do I split a forest tree into two trees with proper vertical alignment?

\documentclass[oneside,12pt]{article} \usepackage{geometry} \usepackage{microtype} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage{enumitem} \setlist[enumerate,1]...
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### Two column directory tree on multiple pages with forest

It's related to Directory tree on multiple pages using Forest package but I want to put a very long and narrow tree in two column layout. Tried just to use \twocolumn but it wasn't so simple... :( ...
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### Automatic page break with Forest? (Spanning a tree over multiple pages.)

My software produces some documentation automatically. One of the elements I am adding to the documentation is a tree in the style described here: Making a (simple) directory tree As the tree can ...
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### Forest - TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [save size=80000]

I am a novice when it comes to anything related to Latex, so I am sorry if I am unclear or dense. I am using the latest Trisquel operating system. I am trying to make a large tree with Forest from ...
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### Forest tree that runs over several pages in a document with two columns

@cfr produced an amazing forest tree that runs over several pages in this great answer. This is an amazing achievement as it effectively spreads a TikZ picture over several pages. (Of course, ...
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### How can I make directory trees with icons that handle page-breaks?

First time poster. I've been trying to work out how to combine the answers presented to these questions: Directory tree on multiple pages using Forest package How to insert folder icon in root node ...
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### Make itemize look like dirtree - spanning around page breaks

When trying to make the hirachical structure of an itemize environment more "visible" I found this nice answer from @schtandard to the original question Make itemize look like dirtree: \documentclass{...