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How can I create a beautiful symbol table?

One part of my "Geometrie und Topologie" book is a symbol table that allows students to quickly find the right words when they don't understand a symbol. This makes searching via the index / Wikipedia ...
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\dag doubles index entries - how to avoid?

Using the symbol \dag within a splitindex command, in the index output two entries are produced: One naming the pages where the \sindex command is used in the text, another where it is used in the ...
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Norm symbol in subscripts of index

I found this related topic but it didn't seem to fix my problem: How to fix symbol index entry? I was using good old \|\cdot\| for norms but my index wasn't liking it. So then I did the new command ...
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Indexing \int with amsmidx

I've used amsmidx to create a separate notational index. \usepackage{amsmidx} \makeindex{idx} \makeindex{nidx} \newcommand{\idx}[1]{\index{idx}{#1}} \newcommand{\nidx}[1]{\index{nidx}{#1}} I need ...
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How to fix symbol index entry?

All my entries in the symbol index involving $\|\cdot\|$ get rejected. For instance {\index{symbol}{normx@{$\|\cdot\|_X$}}}. How can I fix this?
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What is the equivalent to the german “Symbolverzeichnis” and how is it realizable in Lyx?

In mathematical books you have sometimes (in addition to the index of words) a list of symbols with a short description. In German it is called "Symbolverzeichnis". Is this somehowe realizable within ...