# [OS X TeX] Figure across pages

Victor Ivrii vivrii at gmail.com
Thu Jul 13 05:02:01 EDT 2006

On 7/13/06, Bruno Voisin <bvoisin at mac.com> wrote:
> Le 13 juil. 06 à 06:32, Charilaos Skiadas a écrit :
>
> >       I have the following problem. I have a figure that has 8
> > subfigures in it, arranged using the \subfloat command and using
> > the subfig environment. However, these do not all fit in one page.
> > What I want to to send two of them in the next page, but without
> > actually creating a new figure. So if the one page says "Figure 2",
> > I want the other page to say "Figure 2, continued."
> >
> > Is there an easy way to do that?
>
> Depends on what you mean by "easy". Recently I've been using (not
> involving subfig, which I don't know):
>
> \begin{figure}
>    \centering
>      \includegraphics{fig1a} & \includegraphics{fig1b} \\
> [\medskipamount]
>      \includegraphics{fig1c} & \includegraphics{fig1d} \\
> [\medskipamount]
>      \includegraphics{fig1f} & \includegraphics{fig1g}
>    \end{tabular}
>    \caption{For caption see facing page.}
> \end{figure}%
> \begin{figure}
>    \centering
>    \includegraphics{fig1h}
>    \label{fig-fig1}
> \end{figure}
>
> Bruno Voisin
>

It works with subfigure the same way but one needs to set properly
both counters figure and subfigure so it would look like you have the
same figure.

Still there are (at least) two different figures

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