[OS X TeX] Figure across pages
cskiadas at iwu.edu
Thu Jul 13 12:56:29 EDT 2006
On Jul 13, 2006, at 11:35 AM, George Gratzer wrote:
> I am continued to be puzzled by the amount of work being put into
> rather trivial problems.
> Why don't you merge the first 6 illustrations into one and the last
> two into another one? Have only two figure environments.
> I would call the first, say,
> Figure 11: Demonstration of the process of obtaining the basis
> the next
> Figure 12: Demonstration of the process of obtaining the basis,
Two reasons why I haven't done this. The first is that I want to
refer to each of the 6 subfigures using their labels in the text. I
could hard-code it of course, but why should I?
But most importantly, my problem is not the numbering of those
subfigures or the placing of them (at least not yet ;) ). So your
suggestion wouldn't solve it. My problem is that I want to have the
word continued *before* the :, i.e. it should really say: Figure 11,
continued, because it really is the *same* group of figures. And it
really shouldn't be that hard to do. I don't want two figures, I want
one figure, continuing across multiple pages, just like I could do
with a table.
But I guess I might have to bite the bullet. My \renewcommand idea
break the references to those figures in the text.
> LaTeX's ability to place figures correctly is very limited; use it
> only in "draft" mode. Then you decide what should be top, bottom,
> or here!
I don't really mind where they go that much, as long as they all show
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