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votes
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Using thmtools: numbering with asterisk

I would like to repeat a theorem number with an added asterisk. That is, the original theorem is: Theorem 1. Lorem ipsum... And I would like the analogue theorem to be: Theorem 1*. Lorem ipsum...
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votes
1answer
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Only show \NAME in \listoftheorems

I am using the thmtools package, and I want to modify \listoftheorems to only print the name of the theorem. For example, my document might look something like the one shown below. When I compile this ...
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votes
0answers
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Is it possible to use \autoref without thmtools? [duplicate]

I have the following tex file; \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage{thmtools} \usepackage[hidelinks]{hyperref} \newtheorem{thm}{Theorem} \begin{document} ...
2
votes
1answer
212 views

How to port this ntheorem solution to amsthm + thmtools?

Is it possible to reproduce this pleasant theorem environment using amsthm and thmtools?
3
votes
1answer
197 views

\listoftheorems not appearing on pdfbookmark

I'm using thmtools \listoftheorems to generate a list of the theorems that I use in my thesis. So far so good, I've been able to put the list in my table of contents. However, there is no entry for ...
2
votes
1answer
979 views

redefine theorem environment with beamer

beamer seems to define theorem-environments such as definition, but i want to be able to define them myself. In particular I want to use thmtools. \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{Singapore} ...
4
votes
1answer
440 views

Horizontal spacing issue in \listoftheorems using amsthm + thmtools

I am using the command \listoftheorems with packages amsthm and thmtools. The problem is that the theorem's head and its optional title overlap. How can I make this space bigger to avoid overlapping? ...
4
votes
2answers
929 views

`ntheorem` and `thmtools` seem incompatible

I am preparing the setup of the theorem environments for my thesis. I want to do this right before I have say 200 of those environments in my document, since changing them will likely break things at ...
6
votes
1answer
810 views

Shaded theorems (thmtools) spanning pages

When the thmtools package is used to create theorem environments with a shaded background, it does not allow separate theorems to span more than one page. This is a rather severe problem if the ...
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votes
3answers
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Theorem name and number in margin, note in text

I'm using thmtools to make ultra-fancy theorems. I would like the Theorem name and number (e.g., "Theorem 1") to jut out into the left margin of the text, and the note (e.g., "The Fundamental Theorem ...