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Changing the default for indexing from two columns to one, and getting rid of default page break

I need to create a table of cases for my thesis in international law and I'm using imakidx. Cases decided by international tribunals have long names and numbers as part of their citation, so if I have ...
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Table of content with long entry across two pages

In my thesis, I have a section with a very long name, which must appear in its entirety in the table of content. The title consists of three lines and, unfortunately, it is split in two different ...
3
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1answer
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No page break after index with idxlayout

In the idxlayout manual I read that the memoir class with twocolumn options forces a page break after the index. Is there any way around this behavior? I would like the following to remain on one ...
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Repeating top-level index entries on the next column (done right)

Yes, I want exactly the same thing as in this question. However, I'm trying to get rid of the following three issues with repeatindex/afterpage: afterpage causes loathsome small vertical space after ...
5
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1answer
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Why does imakeidx + nonewpage fail to write an idx file?

Example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[nonewpage]{imakeidx} \makeindex \begin{document} stuff\index{test} \printindex \end{document} When I run lualatex on this file, I see among the ...
6
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1answer
121 views

How can I prevent a column break before the first sub-entry in the index?

I am writing my indices with imakeidx and I want to use sub-entries as well. As you can see on my image, I am getting a column break which I think is making it more difficult to understand. Can I ...
10
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1answer
196 views

Index: Repeat first-level item on new column/page?

In my family history book, I'm using a two-level index. First level is surname, and second level is given name. Index items are defined such as the following: \index{Doe!John} Often a first-level ...
6
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1answer
106 views

Preventing page break in register between reference and page number (ConTeXt)

Problem: The page number of an reference in the register is set to th next page - pake breaking between the reference and the page number. I do not know how to produce a smaller Example: ...
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2answers
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Adding a chapter title for indices (multind) on the same page as the first index is printed

I am trying to add a chapter title 'Indices' before the first multind index is printed. However, printindex flushes the page so if I do it, I will get the title, rest of the page empty, and the first ...
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3answers
606 views

Removing spurious pagebreak in index?

EDIT: To clarify my question: I am not looking for an index that will start without a page break; I, rather, want an index where I manually would take care of the page break. Say you've inserted a ...
5
votes
1answer
533 views

How to change chapter created by \printindex to section?

I wonder if there is a solution to the following problem: I wanted to create an index with the package makeidx and the scrartcl document class. \printindex creates a chapter called "Index". But all I ...
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votes
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Index shouldn't start new page

I am writing an article in LaTeX 2e with \documentclass[twocolumn]{article}, including an index. The document prelude includes \usepackage{makeidx} and the \makeindex command. At the point where I ...
4
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1answer
496 views

Prevent column break in multicolumn index

I am using imakeidx to generate a multicolumn index with makeindex. Here is an excerpt from my .ind: \item \BRbooktitlestyle {\BRepistlenumberstyle {1}Jean} \subitem ...