[texhax] Suppressing page numbers on float pages (Richard Kung)

Kung, Richard Richard.Kung at amd.com
Wed Jan 30 16:14:20 CET 2008

Hi Andrew,

Using \thispagestyle{empty} should remove headers and footers (not only
page numbering). Instead, try constraining the height of each figure
with the following call:
\includegraphics[height=\textheight]{filename}

You can also use the pdfpages package to control the scaling. I've had
success with these solutions in a book .cls document.

I haven't researched this, but there might be a package which allows you
to apply different page sizes (e.g. A4) to specific pages.

Hope this helps,
Richard

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Today's Topics:

1. \ar (sarah yasseen)
2. Suppressing page numbers on float pages (Andrew Clegg)
3. Re: Suppressing page numbers on float pages (Lars Madsen)
4. Re: Suppressing page numbers on float pages (Andrew Clegg)
5. About BibTex using year author (Feng Xu)
6. Re: Suppressing page numbers on float pages (debian)
7. Re: About BibTex using year author (Philip G. Ratcliffe)
8. Help on BibTex (Lilian Teixeira)
9. Sections question (Robert Wilson)
10. Re: Sections question (Yuri Robbers)
11. Numbering within sections (Robert Wilson)

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Message: 1
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 06:06:26 -0800 (PST)
From: sarah yasseen <sarahdiginets at yahoo.com>
Subject: [texhax] \ar
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Hello all,
"A \ar {->}[r]&B"  gives an arrow that begins at A and ends at B.
How to make that arrow starts exactly from A (touches A), i.e., no space
between A and the arrow?
regards
Sarah

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Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 15:16:41 +0000
From: "Andrew Clegg" <andrew.clegg at gmail.com>
Subject: [texhax] Suppressing page numbers on float pages
To: texhax at tug.org
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Hi folks,

I hope this isn't a silly question, but I couldn't find an answer in
any of the usual sources, even though it must be quite common.

Is there a trick to suppressing the page number on a float page? I
can't make it work.

I have two large figures that LaTeX has put on a single page each,
consecutively -- call them pages 104 and 105. I need to get rid of the
page number on 104, because the figure's caption has nowhere else to
go but down there, but no matter where I put my \thispagestyle{empty},
it never affects either of the floats.

If I put it before, inside (!) or shortly after the definition of the
figure that's on 104, the page number on page 103 disappears instead,
and 104 stays. If I then gradually move it down the document, at a
certain point the gap 'jumps' and the number disappears from p. 106
instead. At no intermediate point does it affect 104 or 105. Is that
making sense?

I assume it's processing the thispagestyle before it moves the figures
around, and so generates new pages for them after that command has
taken effect in the wrong place. Any suggestions would be gratefully

Cheers,

Andrew.

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Message: 3
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 17:07:34 +0100 (CET)
From: Lars Madsen <daleif at imf.au.dk>
Subject: Re: [texhax] Suppressing page numbers on float pages
To: Andrew Clegg <andrew.clegg at gmail.com>
Cc: texhax at tug.org
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Andrew Clegg :

> Hi folks,
>
> I hope this isn't a silly question, but I couldn't find an answer in
> any of the usual sources, even though it must be quite common.
>
> Is there a trick to suppressing the page number on a float page? I
> can't make it work.
>
> I have two large figures that LaTeX has put on a single page each,
> consecutively -- call them pages 104 and 105. I need to get rid of the
> page number on 104, because the figure's caption has nowhere else to
> go but down there, but no matter where I put my \thispagestyle{empty},
> it never affects either of the floats.
>
> If I put it before, inside (!) or shortly after the definition of the
> figure that's on 104, the page number on page 103 disappears instead,
> and 104 stays. If I then gradually move it down the document, at a
> certain point the gap 'jumps' and the number disappears from p. 106
> instead. At no intermediate point does it affect 104 or 105. Is that
> making sense?
>
> I assume it's processing the thispagestyle before it moves the figures
> around, and so generates new pages for them after that command has
> taken effect in the wrong place. Any suggestions would be gratefully
>

which document class?

the memoir class has buildin features for specifying the pagestyle on
floatpages, but the standard classes does not.

/daleif

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Message: 4
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 17:34:34 +0000
From: "Andrew Clegg" <andrew.clegg at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [texhax] Suppressing page numbers on float pages
To: "Lars Madsen" <daleif at imf.au.dk>
Cc: texhax at tug.org
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On Jan 29, 2008 4:07 PM, Lars Madsen <daleif at imf.au.dk> wrote:
> which document class?
>
> the memoir class has buildin features for specifying the pagestyle on
> floatpages, but the standard classes does not.

Ah, no, it's just a report. I'll have a look at that, thanks.

If it turns out that turning it into a memoir would mess lots of other
things up, do you think there's a way to hack around it somehow? PhD
deadline in a month, don't want to lose all my formatting now or
something.

Cheers,

Andrew.

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Message: 5
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 11:48:38 -0700
From: "Feng Xu" <nelsonfxu at gmail.com>
Subject: [texhax] About BibTex using year author
To: "Tex Hax" <texhax at tug.org>
Message-ID:
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Hi,

I use abbrvnat as bibliofraphystyle, and don't use natlib.
\bibliographystyle{abbrvnat}
\bibliography{navicomm}
And I use JabRef version 2.3.1 to generate the .bib file.

When the number of authors is more than three, I wish the cite is shown
as:
[Author1 et al.(2001)]
But the result I get is:
[Author1 et al.(2001)Author1, Author2 and Autho3,]

What can I do to get what I wished.
Thanks a lot.

And The version of my tex: "This is pdfeTeX, Version
3.141592-1.30.6-2.2 (MiKTeX 2.5) "

Feng Xu

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Message: 6
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 20:50:31 +0000
From: debian <debian at benburb.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: [texhax] Suppressing page numbers on float pages
To: texhax at tug.org
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On Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 05:34:34PM +0000, Andrew Clegg wrote:

> Ah, no, it's just a report. I'll have a look at that, thanks.

presumably \thispagestyle{empty} is no good to you ?

Joe.

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Message: 7
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 21:49:25 +0100
From: "Philip G. Ratcliffe" <philip.ratcliffe at fastwebnet.it>
Subject: Re: [texhax] About BibTex using year author
To: "'Feng Xu'" <nelsonfxu at gmail.com>, "'Tex Hax'" <texhax at tug.org>
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> I use abbrvnat as bibliofraphystyle, and don't use natlib.
> \bibliographystyle{abbrvnat} \bibliography{navicomm} And I
> use JabRef version 2.3.1 to generate the .bib file.

Using abbrnat without natbib is a strange choice that is likely to lead
to
problems anyway.

> When the number of authors is more than three, I wish the
> cite is shown as: [Author1 et al.(2001)] But the result I get
> is: [Author1 et al.(2001)Author1, Author2 and Autho3,]

Exactly, that's what natbib bibliographystyles give.  However, I don't
understand what you mean by "I wish the cite is shown as: [Author1 et
al.(2001)]" - you really want that to appear in print?

Anyway, try reading the natbib docs.

Cheers,  Phil

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Message: 8
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 20:41:59 -0200
From: "Lilian Teixeira" <lilianjoy at gmail.com>
Subject: [texhax] Help on BibTex
To: texhax at tug.org
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Hi!

My name is Lilian and I am using LATEX for the first time.

I have to write an article for "Lecture Notes in Computer Science" and
I
really cannot understand how to use the BibTex.

I have some questions:
1. I have the file llncsdoc.sty - how do I use it?
2. I am using the TeXnicCenter and I cannot find any BibTex icon. What
should I do?
3. Should I install BibTex first? I came to the CTAN website, but there
are
lots of files there and I don't know which one I should install...
4. I am using Windows, so which is the best way of typing my references?
5. I have a model provided by the LNCS where I find the following:

\section{BibTeX Entries}

The correct BibTeX entries for the Lecture Notes in Computer Science
volumes can be found at the following Website shortly after the
publication of the book:
\url{http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/journals/lncs.html}

Can it help me somehow?

I am sorry if my questions look a kind of stupid, but I am totally lost
and
I do not have much time for doing it :P

Yours,
Lilian.
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Message: 9
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 17:19:15 -0600
From: Robert Wilson <millstadtf at gmail.com>
Subject: [texhax] Sections question
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Hello all,
I am co-writing a group paper where each member is responsible for a
specific section. At the beginning of the paper, we have to list which
pages each member wrote. I have labeled each section and can thus give
the first page the member wrote using \pageref{secName}. I currently
list the last page the member wrote by giving the first page of the
next section: \pageref{nextSec}. If I change the order of the
sections, however, I'll have to rewrite all these, which isn't very
portable. Also, if the next section starts on a new page (like with
\clearpage), the last page number will be incorrect.

I'd like to reference the last page of a section without referencing
the next section, just like \lastpage, but with sections instead of
the whole document. Does anyone know of a package like this?

Thanks for any response,

===================
Bob
University of Illinois

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Message: 10
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 01:03:40 +0100
From: "Yuri Robbers" <yuri.robbers at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [texhax] Sections question
To: "Robert Wilson" <millstadtf at gmail.com>
Cc: texhax at tug.org
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Hi,

I know of no such package, but I did think of a really nasty dirty trick
that might actually help you: put an empty element (such as an empty
equation) at the end of each paper, with a label in, like this:

\label{author_lastpage}

or something similar, and then refer to \pageref{author_lastpage}.

I hope this (oe anything better someone else comes up with) helps!

Best wishes,
Yuri.

On Jan 30, 2008 12:19 AM, Robert Wilson <millstadtf at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I am co-writing a group paper where each member is responsible for a
> specific section. At the beginning of the paper, we have to list which
> pages each member wrote. I have labeled each section and can thus give
> the first page the member wrote using \pageref{secName}. I currently
> list the last page the member wrote by giving the first page of the
> next section: \pageref{nextSec}. If I change the order of the
> sections, however, I'll have to rewrite all these, which isn't very
> portable. Also, if the next section starts on a new page (like with
> \clearpage), the last page number will be incorrect.
>
> I'd like to reference the last page of a section without referencing
> the next section, just like \lastpage, but with sections instead of
> the whole document. Does anyone know of a package like this?
>
>
> Thanks for any response,
>
> ===================
> Bob
> University of Illinois
>
>
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Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 00:25:41 -0600
From: "Robert Wilson" <millstadtf at gmail.com>
Subject: [texhax] Numbering within sections
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Hello all,
I hate to abuse the mailing list twice in one day, but I have been
googling for hours. I need to number my citations within the section,
just
like tables and figures. For the latter, I use
\numberwithin{figure}{section}
in my preamble, but sadly there is no corresponding
\numberwithin{citation}{section}.

use
labels (like the list environment) instead of a counter. I'm using the
natbib package, so I can get the citation to look correct in the text
with
\newcommand{\citenumfont}[1]{[\thesection-#1]}.

Unfortunately, this does not reset the counter at the end of the
section,
and doesn't help with the References section at the end, either. I did a
search within natbib.sty for counters, finding NAT at ctr, but
\numberwithin{NAT at ctr}{section}
did nothing.

I am really trying to make LaTeX easy for the other members of my group
in
hopes of tearing them away from Microsoft Word, so any recommendations
would
help me out tremendously.

Sincerely,
Bob
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