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I am using the FixMe-package documented here.

In the beginning of my document, I print a list of fixme's with \listoffixmes, but this list is rather tedious to read. Is it possible to break this list up by my chapters, such that I can easily see the fixme's of each section in a separate list?

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You can define

\newcommand{\listoffixmebreak}{%
  \addtocontents{lox}{\protect\vspace{\bigskipamount}}}

Using \listoffixmebreak before a chapter title (after the first) will add a vertical space between entries referring to a chapter.

If you need to have a reference to the chapter, you can say

\newcommand{\listoffixmechapter}{%
  \addtocontents{lox}{\protect\vspace{\bigskipamount}\noindent
    Chapter \thechapter\ notes}}

and use \listoffixmechapter after a \chapter command. Personalize at will.

This might be added to the definition of \chapter, but I don't think it's really a problem.

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