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The LaTeX keyfloat package
Provides a key/value interface for generating floats.

v2.01
Copyright 2016-2019 Brian Dunn — www.BDTechConcepts.com

LaTeX Project Public License, version 1.3

The keyfloat package provides a key/value user interface for quickly creating
figures with a single image each, figures with arbitrary contents, tables,
subfloats, rows of floats, floats located [H]ere, floats in the [M]argin, and
floats with text [W]rapped around them.

Key/value combinations may specify a caption and label, a width propor-
tional to \linewidth, a fixed width and/or height, rotation, scaling, a tight
or loose frame, an \arraystretch, a continued float, additional supplemental
text, and an artist/author's name with automatic index entry. When used
with the tocdata package, the name also appears in the List of Figures.

Floats may be placed into a row environment, and are typeset to fit within
the given number of columns, continuing to the next row if necessary. Nested
sub-rows may be used to generate layouts such as two small figures placed
vertically next to one larger figure.

Subfloats are supported by two environments.

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (1.0M).

keyfloat – Provides a key/value interface for generating floats

The keyfloat package provides a key/value user interface for quickly creating figures with a single image each, figures with arbitrary contents, tables, subfloats, rows of floats, floats located [H]ere, floats in the [M]argin, and floats with text [W]rapped around them.

Key/value combinations may specify a caption and label, a width proportional to \linewidth, a fixed width and/or height, rotation, scaling, a tight or loose frame, an \arraystretch, a continued float, additional supplemental text, and an artist/author's name with automatic index entry. When used with the tocdata package, the name also appears in the List of Figures.

Floats may be placed into a row environment, and are typeset to fit within the given number of columns, continuing to the next row if necessary. Nested sub-rows may be used to generate layouts such as two small figures placed vertically next to one larger figure.

Subfloats are supported by two environments.

Packagekeyfloat
Home pagehttp://bdtechconcepts.com
Version2.01
LicensesThe Project Public License 1.3
Copyright2016–2019 Brian Dunn
MaintainerBrian Dunn
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