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11 March 2008 at 08:52 AM by John Rankin - Custom Floats
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:Resolution:Added in wikibook server version 1.0.0 and `PDF library version 2.2.01. See [[ReleaseLog(.) 20080310]]. This provides a choice of 4 custom float styles.
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:Resolution:Added in wikibook server version 1.0.0 and `PDF library version 2.2.01. See [[ReleaseLog/20080310]]. This provides a choice of 4 custom float styles.
11 March 2008 at 08:50 AM by John Rankin - Custom Floats
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:Resolution:Added in wikibook server version 1.0.0 and `PDF library version 2.2.01. See [[ReleaseLog(.) 20080310]]. This provides a choice of 4 custom float styles.

:Date closed:2008-03-11
08 February 2008 at 08:45 PM by John Rankin - Custom Floats
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Also, discussions have brought up issues around having one single type of text float or allow the existence of many.
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Also, discussions have brought up issues around having one single type of text float or allow the existence of many. The current proposed approach can be tested at Examples.FloatingDivs. A reader can choose the custom float style from the `PDF options form (next to the `PDF icon).
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03 February 2008 at 06:51 AM by Gustav - Custom Floats
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:Summary:Custom Floats

:Type:Addition

:Raised by:[[~Gustav]]

:Date opened:2008-02-03

:Description:At the moment we have floats for figures and tables. But there is no syntax to allow an author to create snippets of text which floats. This could be useful to create text which is not part of the running text, so it can float around, but which may be referenced from the running text.

An example of where this may be useful is in a report on coding standards where code could be put in one of these floats, and then referenced.

:Importance:3

:Proposed solution:John are working on this, with some help from Gustav. So far, discussions have brought up the suggestion of using the already existing '''frame''' class of pmWiki.

Also, discussions have brought up issues around having one single type of text float or allow the existence of many.

:Urgency:3

:Status:Open

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