# [OS X TeX] Figure captions

Georgios Pyrgiotakis gpyrgiot at ufl.edu
Fri May 5 11:45:19 EDT 2006

Hi,

In a similar problem I had I used the \clearpage command before and
after the area of interest. That will "relieve any stress" latex has
to fit everything in one page. The endfloat package that Herbert
suggested will also help.

Georgios

On May 5, 2006, at 10:25 AM, Themis Matsoukas wrote:

> The journal I'm submitting to wants a list of figure captions
> separately from the graphics. So I removed the graphics and was
> left a series of four "empty" figures that looked like
>
> \begin{figure}
> \caption{blah...}
> \label{fig:foo}
> \end{figure}
>
> so that I don't mess up the \ref{fig:foo} in the text. The problem
> is that latex places 3 of my 4 captions on one page and moves the
> fourth to the next page. My captions are few lines each, so there's
> more than enough room to fit them on page. I finally got around
> this by creating an enumerate environment, copy/pasting the
> captions, etc.  but this entirely defies the premise that such
> manual labor is most suited for machines, not humans.
>
> Is there a graceful way to produce a list of figure captions on a
> (single) page?
>
> Themis
>
>
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