Repository: % % Release .. possible definitions: % (1) \relax, if there is neither label nor ref (ie, use % LaTeX settings). If you need non-stereotyped designs, the enumitem package gives you most of the flexibility you might want to design your own. The silly roman example above . parameters – please, see a LATEX manual for a description of them. . Here labelindent is a new parameter introduced by enumitem.
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enumitem – Control layout of itemize, enumerate, description
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For example this works fine: Its last command can take an argument, so here’s how to add a closing parenthesis after the item name:. GonzaloMedina I just want to number description list items via a neat method. This gives me two bullet points, that are nicely compacted together.
Unfortunatly I am using it in a more complex setting as per below, ebumitem I didnt think that would matter? Every step the indentation increases the space after the bullet increases, unfortunately I’m not very familiar with algorithms in LaTeX so I hope someone else knows how to solve this or that this information is enough for you to solve it yourself.
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Examples of how to use the Enumitem Package in the LaTeX Typesetting System
I get an awful lot of white space. I do, however, confirm your troubles.
Description lists latez admit a label in the sense of the label key of the enumitem package. Its last command can take an argument, so here’s how to add a closing parenthesis after the item name: Sign up using Facebook.
I attach an example. If you add a brief description of your intent, we could suggest you a working alternative. Yes enumiem packages are the latest ver: Check your version of enumitemupdate your TeX system if necessary and do the settings properly.
Below a real minimal working exampleexcluding the unnecessary packages and lines. Why does the following generate an error?
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Email and Password. If not, read this single post. As you can see I wish to include a set of five conditions in an IF statement, and I thought using bullet points might be a clear way of lafex it.
I also am writing for a double col. If Lates try this I get no unusual amount of whitespace, except before the bullet, as expected because of the setlength. Can you suggest another way in which I can present 5 conditions in an IF statement.
The descenum environment accepts all kind of options good for enumerate as provided by enumitemfor instance.
Below the complete MWE to make sure it compiles and added a section to see the indent before the bullet. Are you familiar with the term “minimal”?
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