[OS X TeX] List items wrapped around figures?

Jeffrey Weimer weimerj at email.uah.edu
Tue Nov 28 12:57:43 EST 2006

On Nov 27, 2006, at 7:30 PM, Thomas Rike wrote:

> Thanks for posting this very nice procedure. It is what I have  
> wanted since I had .... lot of time trying to get your to work  
> without success until I discovered that \ifthenelse is not part of  
> LaTeX, so one must \usepackage{ifthen} and then it works like a  
> charm. I don't know if this is because I just switched to TeXLive.  
> Maybe \ifthenelse is part of teTeX.

My apologies. The procedure does also require that you include  
\usepackage{ifthenelse} in your document header. I input this package  
as a default part of my documents, and I forgot all about needing to  
mention it when I posted the code.

Also, as I look back over the procedure, I see the graphic is put in  
at a fraction of the TEXTWIDTH size, not a fraction of its natural  
size. The fractional scalings for the figure and text can be  
therefore set to adjust the space between the text and figure, with  
the sum of the two numbers typically being less than unity (the  
entire textwidth).

Anyway, I'm glad to hear that the code was useful.

J. J. Weimer, Chemistry / Chemical & Materials Engineering
University of Alabama in Huntsville, MSB 125, 301 Sparkman Dr
Huntsville, AL 35899                phone: 256-824-6954

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