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comment Figure and caption side-by-side with multiple includegraphics commands
Good point - I should have mentioned the error message in my post. Thanks for tip.
Sep
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accepted Figure and caption side-by-side with multiple includegraphics commands
Sep
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Sep
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comment Figure and caption side-by-side with multiple includegraphics commands
@leandriis the error message isn't being ignored - I just don't know how to fix things. If I knew how to fix it I wouldn't need to post on SE ;) And yes it's like the MWE - two images with a single caption.
Sep
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asked Figure and caption side-by-side with multiple includegraphics commands
Aug
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awarded Popular Question
Jul
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asked Vertically align a figure within a multirow environment of a table
Jul
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asked PlotMarkers - are there default common shapes available?
Jul
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accepted Set PlotStyle to be the, say 3rd, default colour Mathematica v11
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asked Set PlotStyle to be the, say 3rd, default colour Mathematica v11
Jun
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comment Relationship between sediment concentration of flow and erosion - streampower equation
Thanks Friddy - that makes perfect sense, neglecting the sediment part of the density would be problematic in those cases. There must be some other process that I'm not fully understanding that prevents every erosive event becoming choked with sediment.
Jun
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awarded Popular Question
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asked Relationship between sediment concentration of flow and erosion - streampower equation
Jun
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comment Quotes and scrlttr2 environment - forces permanent indenting
Thanks @DavidCarlisle - I just went looking and found this question tex.stackexchange.com/questions/114569/… , which has a few suggestions, including \vspace
Jun
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comment Quotes and scrlttr2 environment - forces permanent indenting
I can see how blank lines at the top of a page would be very annoying - I'll have to look around and see if there is a simple, practical way to get extra space between select paragraphs that doesn't have this problem.
Jun
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comment Quotes and scrlttr2 environment - forces permanent indenting
Thanks for the explanation @DavidCarlisle. I think however with how I use them the parskip package actually doesn't have the same effect - as this varies the spacing between all paragraphs rather than specific ones. Likewise - leaving a blank line leaves some space between paragraphs, but not the extra space I am looking for (I'm usually using both, or specifically using \[3cm]. Experimenting a bit, it seems you can remove the badness warning by using \\~\phantom{stuff}, which I guess would be a better option. Thanks for making me aware of this
Jun
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comment Quotes and scrlttr2 environment - forces permanent indenting
@DavidCarlisle what is your suggested way to force spacing between paragraphs? The only way I'm familiar with is \\ (perhaps with a length if required), which is what I have always used when I need space.
Jun
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comment Quotes and scrlttr2 environment - forces permanent indenting
No quotation marks wanted - the format from \quote{} was what I was after, just without the effect on the rest of the document.
Jun
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accepted Quotes and scrlttr2 environment - forces permanent indenting
Jun
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comment Quotes and scrlttr2 environment - forces permanent indenting
This seems generally undesirable behaviour (perpetually indenting the rest of the document repeatedly) so I did a bit more searching and found the explanation that \quote is an internal definition that was never meant to be used directly.
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