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When looking for some inspiration for how to come up with a template for my thesis, I came across the wonderful classicthesis package. Since I'm working on some very progressive material, however, I was more looking for a modernthesis kind of style and am now composing that for my own taste.

One thing I really like about classicthesis is that the page numbers appear right after section titles in the table of contents. I would also like to have that for my documents, which use KOMA-Script throughout. How can I do that?

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You could use the tocstyle package which is distributed as part of KOMA-Script.

EDIT: The nopagecolumn style uses \normalfont for the page numbers of all sectioning levels; by disabling this for level 1 (section), page numbers will resemble titles (\sffamily\bfseries).



% Disabling special font commands for sectioning level 1 (section)








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This works almost perfectly, thanks! The only issue is that the page number style is strangely altered. Observe for example the 1 behind 1 - bla 1. It is now not bold and sans-serif anymore, but just like all others. Any way to work around this? Or is it maybe even better this way? –  Ingo Jan 5 '12 at 17:50
@tehingo: Sure -- answer updated. –  lockstep Jan 5 '12 at 18:07
Thanks a lot, hope this also inspires other people ;-). –  Ingo Jan 5 '12 at 18:10
@tehingo You're welcome! With regard to your "is it maybe even better" question: I prefer the default behaviour (\normalfont for all page numbers), but there's no "right" or "wrong" here. –  lockstep Jan 5 '12 at 18:14
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