Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 457493
captions in minipage are misaligned when caption font is resized
Last modified: 2013-07-02 19:30:24 EDT
Description of problem:
When trying to place a caption aside a figure, the caption is set to
the right and below the figure when using the caption package to resize
the caption font. This behavior is incorrect.
The correct behavior is seen in Fedora 7.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
see the attached files
Steps to Reproduce:
1. latex bug.tex
2. dvips -t letter -Ppdf -o bug.ps bug.dvi
3. gv bug.ps to display the postscript file -- note that the caption should be
directly aside the figure, not below it
4. redo these steps on Fedora 7 and note that the correct behavior is seen
figure caption is misaligned
Created attachment 313141 [details]
tex file to demonstrate the bug
Created attachment 313142 [details]
sample figure for bug.tex
Created attachment 313143 [details]
Fedora 9 postscript output showing incorrect caption placement
Created attachment 313144 [details]
Fedora 7 postscript output showing proper caption alignment
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