On Thursday, 12 Jan 2017 at 10:24, knubee wrote: > I recently opened some .org files from a year ago and tried to > generate new PDFs from them. There have been significant updates to > emacs, org-mode, and the relevant LaTeX packages I use, so some parts > of the source had to be changed. Mostly, everything is working now > except for generating PDFs with centered, side by side images.
[...] > I am able to get the images side by side if I disable org-mode's > automatic centering: > > #+ATTR_LaTeX: :height 0.2\textwidth :center > [[image1.png]] > #+ATTR_LaTeX: :height 0.2\textwidth :center > [[image2.png]] > > But how can I get side by side images centered? Perhaps the answer is > very simple and obvious, but I have tried many other changes and been > unable to accomplish this. Put those 4 lines within the #+begin_center ... #+end_center? Works for me. -- : Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 220.127.116.11, Org release_9.0.3-201-ga51c6f
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