Package that allows the index or indices, that are usually typeset at the very end of the document, are to be split and sorted so as to include them in the document itself. Note: this requires the `-shell-escape` option

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@ symbol for index keys, when using imakeidx package

Using imakeidx package, I am generating indices. When defining an index key, I want to use @ for the key as follows: \index{@variable} @variable is the index key. It seems like @ is deserved for ...
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Problem with \index in align environment

Please compile the following MWE. As you will then see, the typesetting of $\mu^{\otimes\downarrow n}$ in the index is strange! \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{imakeidx} ...
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Define aliases for indices

We defined the following command to generate an index for a publication \newcommand{\markindex}[1]{\index{#1}#1} In a text, it is however possible that one uses synonyms interleaved (e.g.), ...
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imakeidx problem when compiled using Texniccenter

I am using imakeidx to customize my index of my thesis. I tried looking for the solution but the nearest I can get is more or less similar question posted by one of the user in this community, pyro. I ...
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imakeidx Package ist file is not supported

I am using imakeidx.sty package to generate two type of index like List of symbols, Index. The problem is form.ist file is not working. My form.ist file is headings_flag 0 heading_prefix ...
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Memoir, Babel, and indices

So strange problem. Below is my MWE. \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage[greek.polutoniko,english]{babel} %greek typesetting \usepackage{bibleref} \usepackage{imakeidx} ...
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Hyperref and imakeidx do not work together

I use imakeidx package to generate index in my document. I'd like to add hyperlinks into my Index, but it seems to me that hyperref and imakeidx do not work together. For example, this code doesn't ...
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imakeidx: truexindy not found

When I run imakeidx with \usepackage[truexindy]{imakeidx} I get the following error: sh: truexindy: command not found. Not sure what is going here. This is with an up to date TL2015 on OSX.
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Double analytics index

Is there a way to create two different analytics index? I need that some specific words have to belong to the first index and the others to the second one. PS: I'm using makeidx package
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custom analytics index

I need to customize the analytics index. First of all I need to split the item in 2 parts: the second part should be visible both in the page and in the analytics index page and the first part is the ...
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two column index overflow [closed]

I have a book, with an index. In the preamble I'm using \makeindex and then, at the end of the book, I'm saying \printindex. Works fine and prints the index in two columns. However, the first column ...
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How to not repeat word in \index

To make index I have to write word two times, \documentclass[12pt,oneside]{book} \usepackage{makeidx} \makeindex \begin{document} This will not print \index{anything} !!! However it will make an ...
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Change top level grouping of an index

In the "Name Index" there are only a few possible categories: "animal", "artists", "mineral" and "plant", in this example. For just this "Name Index", how do I eliminate the "A", "M" and "P" letter ...
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Make only top level index entry searchable

In one of my indices it really would be nice if searching only matched the top level index entries. One way would be to make the index entires images, but wondering if there is an easier way? And if ...
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How to create an index for a book that includes code chunks

I'm in the process of creating an index for a book that includes R code chunks. I'd like to include certain R functions that appear in these chunks in the index, so I assume I have to place the \index ...
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Strange Error Message “CLOSED INPUT BUFFERED FILE-STREAM CHARACTER” during indexing

I am using the solution from Indexing with Binary Units using siunitx package. This not only solved the specific problem that I had posted but seemed to resolve a numerous other problems as well. ...
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Indexing with Binary Units using siunitx package

As per How to overwrite siunitx's binary prefixes, any changes to the binary prefixes need to be deferred to be after \begin{document}. However, it seems that if I am using those same binary ...
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Using mdframed to format index entry

I am trying to use an mdframe to format an index entry. If I uncomment the \def\UseMdframeForFormatting{} in the MWE below (which attempts to use an mdframe), then I get the error: Use of \@index ...
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tex4ht: problem with Index compilation

I have problems with index section. I use tex4ht to compile my manual to html file. In case if makeindex and begin{document}/end{document} commands are located in included file, compilation if ...
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MakeIndex in TexMaker with auxiliary files in subfolder

I have the TexMaker option to put output in a "build" subfolder checked. So I have my idx file in the folder "build". When I run MakeIndex I get Input index file book.idx not found. Usage: makeindex ...
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Rejected entries when setting [splitindex] option to {imakeidx} package

I am trying to set two indexes to my document using imakeidx package but entries are rejected when compiled. I have tried to set it for just one index and it works. Please, would anybody explain to me ...
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String to sort index of authors generated with biblatex

I have an index of cited authors generated with biblatex and imakeidx. How can I have this index sorted by the sortkey field in the bib-file, if defined. For indexing titles there is a ...
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Problem with makeindex, italics and whitespace [duplicate]

this code produces two entries for the sub-item in the Index: \documentclass{scrbook} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex \begin{document} A word\index{A word!Subitem@\emph{Subitem}} and another ...
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texindy style file: adding space between grouped entries

Thanks to a number of great texindy questions here on stackexchange, I have imakeidx working nicely within xelatex using splitindex and custom xindy style files. However, I've run across one ...
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How to make indexed words clickable in the text?

I want to make the indexed words into hyperlinks to the entries in the "Index" (something similar to the glossaries package). I'm using xindy on TL2012 and here is my code: \documentclass{article} ...
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How do you NOT get an index entry in the TOC?

My problem is that I don't want the automated index entry to appear in the TOC but would rather add one manually. But no matter what I try, the automated entry always appears. I have tried ...
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Changing entry's font in a one of two indexes only

I'm using imakeidx package in a document for learning programming. I have two separate indexes: one for the general concepts, one for all of the commands, functions, modules, etc. I use a separate ...
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Debugging a particular customization of makeindex

I have the following code based on the answer http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/266033. Unfortunately when I compile the document I get the error ! Missing \endcsname inserted.` <to be read ...
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imakeidx columns splitting

I need to second column of the index created with imakeidx began only after the first one reaches the bottom of the page. \documentclass{book} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex[columns=2] ...
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Make indexed words appear bold in body text

I would like to have every word that appears in the index to be set in boldface in the main text, sort of the opposite of this question (where everything typed in bold should be indexed). Here's an ...
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renewcommand \index

To make sure I've indexed what I should I want to footnote every indexed item in a draft of my document. The MNWE that follows is what I've tried. The renewed \index command properly creates an index ...
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How can I add every glossary entry to the index?

I know, there are similar questions around, but I couldn't find a solution to what I want. E.g. here, all acronyms in the document are set to the index. I think, indexing should be done manually so ...
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Printindex with biblatex prints the complet bibliography at the end of the last chapter

I'm using biblatex to print a bibliography in every chapter of my thesis. I decided to add a "Bibliography Index" at the end of the document and I could do it following some of the suggestions written ...
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Customize xindy index layout

I am making a songbook, using the songs package. The book is in norwegian, and thus we need the norwegian letters æ,ø,å to be indexed after z. As far as i understand, this is only possible with the ...
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polyglossia's \setotherlanguage blocks imakeindex's \indexprologue

In the MWE below (now there is one!) \indexprologue gives no output. It does if I comment out the language setting for Arabic. What is the problem here and how can I fix it? \documentclass{book} ...
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Problems with multiple instances of see or seealso in index

Suspect I'm missing something obvious here. I have multiple identical instances of see or seealso index entries. This cannot be avoided. Sometimes they are appropriately compacted, but other times ...
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Missing $ Inserted After Index

I am typing some notes. I ran "makeindex" on my two indices. I PDFLaTeX'd the notes and all was well. Then I added the hyperref package. I then ran "makeindex" to generate my indices by doing ...
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hyperref for symbols

I have the following code, which prints a list of symbols in the end. \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{thmtools} \usepackage[nottoc]{tocbibind} \usepackage{tocloft} ...
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Different number of columns in multiple indices

For a book project I have created two indices using imakeidx. In addition, I am using idxlayout to control the layout of the indices. I would like the first index to be two columns and the second ...
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Pretending a package has been loaded

I am trying to use imakeidx and the regexpatch package in the same class. Since imakeidx depends on the xpatch package and xpatch provides the same commands (same names, improved implementation) as ...
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Index layout: on the same line when only one subitem

I am making an index for my document using \makeindex. And in my document I have subindex entries like : \index{word1!subword11} \index{word1!subword12} But when there is only one subentry in the ...
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XeLaTeX, xindy, imakeidx “Could not find file ”tex/inputenc/utf8.xdy"

I'm trying to use XeLaTeX, imakeidx and xindy for a german book with multiple indexes. Based on an answer on this page, (which works) I tried to switch to xelatex and imakeidx. Calling xelatex ...
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makeindex style

I am using a template from, "The Legrand Orange Book" (name of tex file is main.tex) and the author has a very nice template that looks like: However, after using "Make Index" from WinEdt, my index ...
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How to create a .ist file for the purpose of customizing the index?

I would like to create a .ist style file to change the layout of my Index. I am using book, hyperref and imakeidx. But I am at lost when it comes to creating the .ist file. Basically, I would like to ...
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\footnote breaks @-constructs in \index [duplicate]

To index a nontrivial TeX expression expr, we use the command \index{str@expr}, where str is a simplified (typically plain ASCII) representation of expr to be used for sorting. However, str@expr is ...
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Indexing numbers of different types

When I use the package makeidx the indexing chapter starts with the text: "Numbers written in italic refer to the page where the corresponding entry is described; numbers underlined refer to the ...
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Sharelatex - index stopped printing

I'm editing a 500+ thesis in sharelatex. After I finished updating it's \index entries, it stopped printing. These commands are written in the main file. \usepackage{imakeidx} ...
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imakeidx \see clash with \backmatter

I wonder if someone could explain what's happening in the following MWE, where the use of \backmatter will make disappear the index crossed-refs (\see and \seealso commands); try uncommenting ...
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hyperref not linking index pages [duplicate]

Compiling the following MWE with lualatex with makeindex, my index renders with no hyperlinks for page numbers: %!TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode %!TEX program = lualatex ...
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How to remove line break between index subentries

I am using the imakeidx package to generate and format my indices. What I want is to remove the linebreak between two subentries of the index. This way, the entries belonging to the same index ...