Hi I'm trying to create a document in LaTeX with a few small subsections on the same page, is there any way to remove the repeated page numbers and keep the numbers when I move onto a new page?
Although I've no programming skills, it seems obvious that this possible; e.g. by adding a hook before each line of the toc: "if the pagenumer is the same as in the last line, print dots and number in
There are some packages on CTAN regarding the table of contents. Do you know the "Topic Index"? Have a look on the packages about the table of contents there.
The closest candidate seems to be the package
However, your readers will miss the numbers and ask themselves (they can not ask you, can they? they are reading in a book!), whether it's a typo or not. So take my advice: print the 'toc' like all others do . . .
Here is one way to do this using the
You need to redefine the
In this example I have assumed you want all sections to be numbered, but subsections and subsections under those with common page numbers are not numbered.