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When I click on a link of the table of figures, the link lead to the caption text only, not the image above the text.

For example if I add a figure: enter image description here

When a click on the link of the table of figures, the link lead me to: enter image description here

If a put the image and the caption on the same line, it works fine, but the problem is when I update the entire table of figures the image apprear next to caption text: enter image description here

Is there any clean solution for that particular problem?

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I guess it depends what your definition of 'clean' is :-).

If you're willing to put the figure in a table then you can have the caption in the same table (just a different cell) and not have the actual figure show in the list of figures. If you want to go one step further, you can 'hide' the figure caption in the table by making the text white, and then add a cross-reference under the table to that figure.

See this picture: enter image description here

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Thanks for your suggestion but I think, there must be a better solution! – Ouadie Jun 19 '13 at 13:02
I doubt you'll find it but be sure to post back if you do. Good luck! – CuberChase Jun 19 '13 at 15:06
Ok I'll do it ;), thanks! – Ouadie Jun 19 '13 at 15:18

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