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CTAN update: caption

Date: March 13, 2023 9:15:11 PM CET
Axel Sommerfeldt submitted an update to the caption bundle. Version: 2023-03-12 License: lppl1.3 Summary description: Customising captions in floating environments Announcement text:
This is a bugfix release of the caption package bundle. Changes since release 2022-03-17: * Issue #139 "Revise subfigure counter ownership" [1] * Issue #142 "subcaption: Change the default value for \subcaption at minipage's 1st (optional) argument from 'b' to either 'b' or 't'" [2] * Issue #146 "\captionsetup[wrapfigure]{hypcap=false} does not work as intended" [3] * Issue #150 "Package caption with package sidecap" [4] * Issue #151 "Re-add \caption at ifcompatibility macro" [5] * Issue #156 "'LaTeX Warning: Label `1` multiply defined.' with twoside document and option `margin`" [6] * Issue #158 "add support for algorithm environment in bicaption package" [7] * Issue #161 "SX: KOMA-Script's addmargin environment in combination with caption command" [8] Furthermore the commands \bicaptionsetup resp. \subcaptionsetup have been added to the bicaption resp. subcaption package. [1] https://gitlab.com/axelsommerfeldt/caption/-/issues/139 [2] https://gitlab.com/axelsommerfeldt/caption/-/issues/142 [3] https://gitlab.com/axelsommerfeldt/caption/-/issues/146 [4] https://gitlab.com/axelsommerfeldt/caption/-/issues/150 [5] https://gitlab.com/axelsommerfeldt/caption/-/issues/151 [6] https://gitlab.com/axelsommerfeldt/caption/-/issues/156 [7] https://gitlab.com/axelsommerfeldt/caption/-/issues/158 [8] https://gitlab.com/axelsommerfeldt/caption/-/issues/161
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/caption The package’s files themselves can be inspected at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/caption/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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caption – Customising captions in floating environments

The caption package provides many ways to customise the captions in floating environments like figure and table, and cooperates with many other packages. Facilities include rotating captions, sideways captions, continued captions (for tables or figures that come in several parts). A list of compatibility notes, for other packages, is provided in the documentation.

The package also provides the “caption outside float” facility, in the same way that simpler packages like capt-of do.

The package supersedes caption2.

Version 2023-09-08
Copyright1994–2023 Axel Sommerfeldt
MaintainerAxel Sommerfeldt



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