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Changing "Figure 1" to "Scheme 1"

Hi 

I'm trying to complete a 1-page abstract and am using floatflt to wrap
the figures. I have tried to find the answers to the following, but
time is of the essence at the moment. My question is regarding one of
the captions: I want "Scheme 1" to replace "Figure 2" in the 2nd image
I have included. Advice on this is much appreciated and also how to
remove the colon after "Figure X:"/"Scheme X:".

This is what is written:

\usepackage[rflt]{floatflt}
\setlength\figgutter{25pt}
\newcommand{\incffig}[1]{\includegraphics[width=\floatfltwidth]{#1}}

\begin{document}

some text

\begin{floatingfigure}[l]{0.55\linewidth}
\incffig{thefigure}
\def\fnum@figure{thecaption}
\end{floatingfigure}

some more text
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Hi, 

I used the caption2 with luck to change the figure captions in an earlier
project, but caption2 seems to be obsolete and superseeded by the caption
package.  In any case, maybe one of them may do the trick for you.

Best, Jon


Nat wrote:

> Hi
> 
> I'm trying to complete a 1-page abstract and am using floatflt to wrap
> the figures. I have tried to find the answers to the following, but
> time is of the essence at the moment. My question is regarding one of
> the captions: I want "Scheme 1" to replace "Figure 2" in the 2nd image
> I have included. Advice on this is much appreciated and also how to
> remove the colon after "Figure X:"/"Scheme X:".
> 
> This is what is written:
> 
> \usepackage[rflt]{floatflt}
> \setlength\figgutter{25pt}
> \newcommand{\incffig}[1]{\includegraphics[width=\floatfltwidth]{#1}}
> 
> \begin{document}
> 
> some text
> 
> \begin{floatingfigure}[l]{0.55\linewidth}
> \incffig{thefigure}
> \def\fnum@figure{thecaption}
> \end{floatingfigure}
> 
> some more text

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Jon Sporring
Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen
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Phone: +45 3532 1469 / Fax: +45 3532 1401
E-mail: sporring@diku.dk
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