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How not to expand acronym in ToC or section title

I want just the opposite to this post. Actually the idea is that in ToC, sections, chapters, etc titles the acronym is not expanded. But then the first time it is used in the text it should be ...
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Ordering Glossary in ToC before another entry

I'm having difficulties getting my glossary to show up in the right place in my table of contents. It needs to come before the Acknowledgements and be in the same font type as the List of Figures etc. ...
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Duplicate Contents and Glossary title

I am getting duplicates of my glossary and contents titles as shown below. How can I get rid of the first one? Most of my preamble is shown below. \documentclass[11pt, a4paper]{article} ...
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Glossaries package: smallcaps and uppercase in index does not work

I am using the glossaries package in pdfLaTeX. I am trying to use the acronyms written in small caps in the body text and for the index, make the first letter of each entry name in the glossary ...
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Extra “Contents”, “Glossary” and “Acronyms” pages, when using \usepackage[acronym]{glossary}

I'm currently playing around with the LaTeX template for my thesis, but am at a loss as to why extra pages appear between the generated "Contents", "Glossary" and "Acronyms" lists? Is this a problem ...
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How do I sort two glossaries differently? list of acronyms(sort=standard) and list of symbols(sort=use)

I'm using the glossaries package to create a list of acronyms and a list of symbols. I have to do a list of acronyms sorted alphabetically(sort=standard) and a list of symbols ordered by ...
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How can I make a reference to a Glossary that typesets as \glossarytoctitle?

I'm using the glossaries package. I created a custom glossary called foo with the title, "My Foo Glossary Title": \newglossary[fgg]{foo}{fgs}{fgo}{My Foo Glossary} Ideally, I'd like to make a ...
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Defined \acronymname is not used in toc, but the standard “Acronyms”, why?

I have defined a new name for my Acronyms list, but it the default name ("Acronyms") is used in the table of contents. Do you know how I can solve this? I have created a minimum working example, but ...
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Create an overview of scattered items / requirement list

I'm writing a document where I have to define multiple requirements. These requirements are scattered all over the document, since they belong in different sections and are explained seperately. It ...
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457 views

Toptesi class and sequential page numbering

I'm working on a final dissertation and I've been using the toptesi class provided by our university. The problem is that I wanted to manually add the glossaries package. Now, whilst I managed to ...
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Increase description width and number list width in glossary to match table of contents

I want my glossary created via glossaries (bottom) to have the same width as my table of contents (top). I would like the numbers in the glossary to have a large space away from the dots and ...
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Equal dot spacing in table of contents and glossary

I want to make the dot separations I get using \dotfill in the glossaries package to match the dot separation I get in the tocloft package. The image below shows an entry from the table of contents on ...
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185 views

List of Acronyms: only first use in numberlist and table of content style dots

I would like to display the list of acronyms in the following way: in the number list there should be only the page with the first use of the acronym the number should be aligned on the right, with ...
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Glossary and list of figures have the same page number in the table of contents

In my table of contents the glossary and the list of figures have the same page number. However, these two areas are not on the same page. Can anyone help me to get the correct number of pages set? ...
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Include glossary in table of contents

I am using \usepackage{glossaries}. How do you include it in \tableofcontents? The following does not do the trick: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{glossaries} \makeglossaries ...
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How to remove the section name of \printglossary?

I added a heading for my glossary with \addcontentsline. However the \printglossary command still creates an additional section heading. How can this be removed? Screenshot: Code: % Glossary ...
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Glossaries in List of Figures overflow

Given a figure with a caption, in this caption a glossary term in used as in \gls{wysiwyg} At the document beginning, after the contents, the \listoffigures command is given. As the caption ...
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Creating software function index

I need to create some type of index for exported functions in the software for the latex manual. The doxygen feature of exporting to LaTeX does not allow to do it by default. The required form is ...
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Use full acronym name in TOC

I am trying to use \acf of the glossaries package in a \section command. In my TOC I always get displayed the id, not the content. The generated section in the document works fine. I was trying to ...
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145 views

How to tweak expansion of glossary entry in section/chapter title and ToC?

I'm using glossaries to generate my acronyms. Sometimes the first definition of the acronym is placed in a section or chapter title. When I generate the ToC, then obviously that will become the first ...
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How do I set the margin for the glossary item in my Table of Contents?

I have a table of contents and I use the glossaries package to make my glossaries. At some point in my code, I have the command \printglossary[type=glossarytype] which prints my glossary. The problem ...
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Glossaries with numberlist also counts TOC, LOF, LOT

I am using glossaries to maintain a list of acronyms. I want it to display the page number where it appears. I usually use \acs{} or \acl{} in sectioning title or in caption. However I noticed that ...
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Placing glossary entries inside \section titles

In my document, some glossary entries appear within the section titles. E.g.: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{glossaries} \makeglossaries \begin{document} \tableofcontents ...