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How to make the multiple floating blocks not occupying the whole page while keeping the `\intextsep` rule?

I found two solutions to this problem which is shown in my 2nd comment and the 3rd with the David Carlisle's help. If anyone has one better solution or find some problems with my solutions, welcome to ...
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Question regarding TikZ

Here's a way to do it. Changes made: I introduced two more styles for your drawn arrows to simplify the code a little. References don't work, of course. For the labels I introduced extra nodes, one ...
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Problem with alignment with wrapfigure

If the text does not actually wrap around the figure, you can use paracol (more robust}. Note, begin{figure}[h] will add the \intextsep gaps above and below the figure, same as wrapfigure. \...
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Problem with alignment with wrapfigure

Do you want something like this? Note that skips are supposed to be stretchy i.e. to include glue e.g. plus 2pt minus 1pt or whatever. \documentclass[a4paper,12pt,italian]{article} \usepackage{babel} ...
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How can I put a figure and text side by side in one column

To create a two-column layout, you can use two minipages, each with a width of 50% of the text width, like this: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{minipage}{.5\textwidth} \...
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Minipage with four figures - avoiding too much whitespace

\frame{\frametitle{Methodology [Contd.]} \begin{figure}[ht!] \begin{center} % \subfigure{% \label{fig:first} \includegraphics[width=0.4\textwidth]{img3-fig1.png} ...
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how to align four figures (3 figures with a caption and 1 figure with another caption) next to each other in a single row in ieee format in latex

If you're using the IEEEtran document class, the following solution may be of interest to you. It employs two side-by-side minipage environments inside a figure* environment. The first minipage ...
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Tikz rotation sequence

My first impression, if I understand correctly what you would like to obtain, is that there is a problem of order in the rotations. The way you wrote your code, you do a rotation around x and then ...
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Package caption Warning: Unknown document class (or package), standard defaults will be used. How to solve

As mentioned in the other comments, the caption package does not know the document class sn-jnl. One option to avoid the warning is to use the silence package to hide the warning by putting this ...
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Alternative to \begin{leftbar} that doesn't result in a float?

With hyperref support :D \documentclass{article} \usepackage{framed} %\usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{footnotehyper} \makesavenoteenv{leftbar} \begin{document} \begin{leftbar} Hello\footnote{to the}...
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Make length persistent between subfigures

if I c0orrectly understood your problem, than for equal height images you not need to define special length, but just use \setkeys{Gin}{height=<desired height of images>}: \documentclass{article}...
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Make length persistent between subfigures

Just put the length outside of the subfigure: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{subcaption} \newlength\mycustomlen \begin{document} \begin{figure} \centering \...
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