I'm having a problem similar to this: Two-column longtable or tabular. I want the same result -- that is a two column glossary (ie a total of 4 columns) where a list of abbreviations and their descriptions wraps into a new, second column on the same page before continuing overleaf. However, I'm using the
glossaries package. I've scanned the (very long) documentation and the only references to columns I can find is in the sense of adding more information (i.e. symbols) to a single glossary column. Does anyone know if there's a way to do what I'm asking?
By the by: I cannot for the life of me figure out how to make the page header for the glossary read in all-caps (like every other page header). Redefining the
\glossarymark command as anything leaves me with a "CONTENTS" page header, flowing over from the ToC which is immediately before my glossary.
Edit: Not sure how much multiple questions are appreciated, but since these are all style related I have one more -- is there a style for the glossary that is similar/identical to the TOC? All the styles that come with the package appear to suck... the closest to what I want (extremely simple) is the long style, but for some reason it is indented like 1.5 in and looks hideous.