# [OS X TeX] Modified enumeration

"M. Tamer Özsu" ozsut at mac.com
Sun Jan 23 15:02:19 CET 2011

Actually, I have been trying to track things down and I discovered that the spacing is not due to the enumeration commands. I am using a \nobibliography{...} command in a resume.cls document to typeset my publications that I keep in one big bibtex file. So, here is what I was doing

\begin{category}{Publications}
\bibliographystyle{plain}
\nobibliography{%
misc,%
publishers,%
publications,%
references%
}

\citem{Authored/Co-authored Books:}
\begin{enumerate}
\item \bibentry{Golab:2010fj}.
\item \bibentry{ov99}.
\item \bibentry{ozsu86}.
\end{enumerate}

This used to generate the bibliography where I wanted it without the "References" heading. This used to work fine until today (well, I just recompiled my resume today) and now I discover that it is causing the spacing. The funny thing is that Google search for \nobibliography is not turning up anything, so I am not even sure where I had discovered this in the first place.

==Tamer

On Sun 23-Jan-11, at 9:10 PM, Herbert Schulz wrote:

>
> On Jan 23, 2011, at 6:54 AM, M. Tamer Özsu wrote:
>
>> Well, I spoke too soon. I do indeed get what I want, but each \begin{enumerate} leaves about a half page blank at the beginning and these accumulate, so that when I do the second one, I get a whole page. By the time I am done (going down to H1...Hn) I get a number of pages of empty space.
>>
>> Search goes on...
>>
>> --
>> M. Tamer Özsu
>> University of Waterloo



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