{roman-numerals} is about dealing with, processing and generating roman style numerals.

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Roman numerals become “too wide” in table of contents

Following minimal document: \documentclass{report} \begin{document} \renewcommand*\thechapter{\Roman{chapter}} \tableofcontents \setcounter{chapter}{6} % Problem starts at chapter 7 \chapter{Seven} ...
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Roman numerals with over- and underline

This question led to a new package: romanbar (using a variation of egreg's code, and stating this in the manual; the package isn't really new now, sorry for the delayed announcement) I have ...
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Roman numeral numbering for introductions

Is there a way to automatically use roman numeral numbering for introduction pages and introductory tables, which would then switch to arabic numerals for the rest of the document?
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Lower-case roman numerals in enumerate with Spanish babel

I want to use lower-case roman numerals in a list, and I used: %Redefine the first level \renewcommand{\theenumi}{\Roman{enumi})} \renewcommand{\labelenumi}{\theenumi} %Redefine the second level ...
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Using unicode Roman numerals in XeTeX

As mentioned in How can I get Roman numerals in text?, there are several ways in which one can add Roman numerals to text in TeX. However, these solutions all seem to use three I's to make a roman ...
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How can I get Roman numerals in text?

For example: Charles's sister Bona, married the eldest son of Philip VI of France, the future John II of France, in 1335. How can I get Roman numerals?
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Roman numeral page numbering

I am writing a thesis that contains an abstract and acknowledgements page, but need to number the page numbers using Roman numerals. How would I do this? I don't want to include the title page but ...
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Centre roman numbers in enumerate environment

I have an enumerated list that uses roman numbers. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate}[label=\roman*] \item first entry \item second entry ...
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Roman chapter numbers cause overfull hbox in titletoc-ToC

Overfull hbox in ToC after chapter numbers changed to Roman; see MWE below. With the tocloft package \setlength\cftchapternumwidth{3em} solves the problem. But: Is there any solution to the problem ...
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Using ligatures from libertine for roman numerals in pdftex

I am using the Linux Libertine font through the libertine-legacy package with pdftex. This font contains nice ligatures for roman numerals, e.g., \LibertineGlyph{tworoman} gives ii. Now I want to use ...
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Page numbers (Roman number and Arabic numerals) in ConTeXt

My simple document is divided into only two parts (it's only some math notes). \starttext % frontmatter \startstandardmakeup ... % the cover \stopstandardmakeup \completecontent \startbodymatter ... ...
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How to obtain “correct” Roman Numerals in ToC

I'm currently writing my second thesis template for LyX 2.0.6 under MiKTeX 2.9, and since I'm using the article document class I have to manually organize the page numbering inside the ToC, LoF, LoT ...
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Middle age roman numerals formatting

I've recently read about a middle age variation on roman numerals where the last "i" character is replaced by a "j". I was thinking about writing my own \roman and \Roman variations, but hit a stone ...
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Subbibliography with roman numbers and Biblatex

I am currently working on a thesis, where I have to use one subbibliography. This works pretty well with Biblatex and keywords. Now my faculty wants to have this subbibliography (and only this) to be ...
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How do I get a chapter \ref in counting numbers when the ToC uses Roman numerals?

My university's formatting requirements for theses require Roman numerals for chapters in the table of contents (e.g. "Chapter II ..... Lions"), but for references to chapters within the text, ...
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Align the roman numbers of the parts in ToC

How can I align the roman numbers of the parts in this manner? The alternative is to use an arabic enumeration. I would not any changes at the TOC of classicthesis outside of the alignment of the ...
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Uppercase pagenumbering (roman) using \frontmatter

I am using \frontmatter, \mainmatter and \backmatter so my pagenumbering is correct. However, i would like my roman pagenumbering in \frontmatter to be uppercase. Is there any easy way to do so? ps: ...
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classicthesis part numerals TOC vs. in text

My question is similar to this one this one. I use classicthesis and have the problem that a) when I don't redefine \thepart, I get lower case (instead of uppercase) roman numerals in the TOC ...