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Is it possible to configure koma-script's scrreprt so, that it does not create a page only for the chapter information on the start of a new chapter? I am aware that scrartcl does not do this with part's but I'd like to use scrreprt.

Update: Turns out that I confused

\include{}

with

\input{}

Include starts a new page for every included file....

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I've closed this based on the edits: seems to be a misunderstanding! –  Joseph Wright Aug 31 '11 at 18:20
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closed as too localized by Joseph Wright Aug 31 '11 at 18:19

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Works fine for me. No extra pages for chapters:

\documentclass{scrreprt}
\begin{document}
\chapter{A}
\section{B}
some text
\end{document}
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Thanks for your example. I mixed up \include with \input. Problem solved :) –  Flow Jul 28 '11 at 8:12
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(Sorry, cannot add comments at the moment, less reputation.)

Perhaps I didn't get the point, but in this example my chapter D starts at a new page:

\documentclass{scrreprt}

\begin{document}

\chapter{A}
\section{B}
some text
\section{C}
some text

\chapter{D}
\section{E}
some text
\section{F}
some text

\end{document}
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This does not seem to be an answer. –  Joseph Wright Aug 31 '11 at 18:20
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@Christoph It is normal that scrreprt starts a new page for every chapter. My problem, that the chapter headline was on a single page, turned out to be because of \include. –  Flow Aug 31 '11 at 19:39
    
@Joseph Wright -- That's why I already explained that in the round braces in my so-called answer. –  Christoph Jüngling Sep 1 '11 at 6:51
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