[OS X TeX] Figures 1.1–1.3

Simon Spiegel simon at simifilm.ch
Sat Feb 4 07:43:00 EST 2006

Hi everbody,

forgive me for posting this. This is not Mac related, and I normally  
wouldn't post it here, but all my normal LaTeX ressources (googling,  
friends, usenet) couldn't help me a bit so far.

I try to do something with figure and subfloat whic doesn't seem to  
be possible. My snippet looks something like this:

\caption{Three Pictures}

Currently, capture displays something like "Figure 1: Three  
Pictures". But, what I'd like to achieve is "Figure 1.1–1.3: Three  
Pictures", I want to reference the subfloats in *one* caption, not a  
caption for every subfloat but one caption for all of them.

Neither the documentation of caption nor subflig do mention this. Is  
this even doable?



Simon Spiegel
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