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Re: [O] Failure to display more than 18 images with captions

From: John Kitchin
Subject: Re: [O] Failure to display more than 18 images with captions
Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2016 10:26:16 -0400
User-agent: mu4e 0.9.16; emacs

this looks like an issue related to floats. It works with out the
caption because they are not floats in that case. But, with floats,
there are limits.


According to that page:

LaTeX can, by default, only cope with 18 outstanding floats; any more,
and you get the error “too many unsuppressed floats”. This package
releases the limit; TeX itself imposes limits (which are interdependent
of the help offered by e-TeX). However, if your floats can’t be placed
anywhere, extending the number of floats merely delays the arrival of
the inevitable error message.

You may be able to add \clearpage every few figures or use a package
that makes this work.

Jean Louis writes:

> Hello,
> I have problem with Org Mode, that it fails to display more than 18
> images correctly, while exporting to PDF (LaTeX export).
> I am using images in following manner:
> #+CAPTION: Title of image
> #+NAME: fig:pic001
> [[/some/image001.jpg]]
> #+CAPTION: Title of image
> #+NAME: fig:pic002
> [[/some/image002.jpg]]
> #+CAPTION: Title of image
> #+NAME: fig:pic003
> [[/some/image003.jpg]]
> .... and so on until 40-50 images ...
> #+CAPTION: Title of image
> #+NAME: fig:pic060
> [[/some/image060.jpg]]
> If I only put links without CAPTION and NAME, the export is working
> well, but images are not nicely formatted. If I am using CAPTION without
> NAME, I get the same problem, so only 18 images are displayed.
> I have tried to display random images, to verify is it about the link or
> what would be the cause, but always 18 images are displayed.
> Few images are displayed on the side of the PDF, cut, not visible,
> covering the right side border of the PDF file.
> I would really need help to get it working, as I use Org Mode for
> reporting.
> Thank you,
> J. Louis

Professor John Kitchin
Doherty Hall A207F
Department of Chemical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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