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\MakeTextLowercase not working with \cref

I'm using cleveref and classicthesis. classicthesis defines section headings to use small caps and uses \MakeTextLowercase to achieve this. However, when using the capitalize option for cleveref, the ...
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How to force lower case in small caps section titles?

I want my section titles to appear in lower case small caps. I tried to define a way to force lower case, but it doesn't work. \\documentclass[12pt]{article} \\usepackage{textcase} ...
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Change Section titles to Small Caps only in ToC

I'm new to LaTeX and already facing my first problem. I want to change all section titles to small caps in the table of contents but not in the text. I'm using WriteLaTeX and article as document ...
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Format in toc appearing differently

I set up my toc to show parts in bold small caps, and then use a similar setup to show the beginning of references (such as bibliography and lists of figures etc.) and appendices. In the MWE, I use ...
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Lowercase small caps in section/subsection/…

I'm interested in setting the titles of section and more in lowercase small caps. And I don't know how to automatically achieve this. \documentclass{scrartcl} \setkomafont{sectioning}{\scshape} ...
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Section's heading in small caps

I am using TeXmaker and I am trying to format the section's title. I tried something I had found on the internet but it was clashing with another package. How can I set all section's heading to be ...
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I want to write the headings in \scshape family with the first character of each word in uppercase. How can I do this?
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Make section font all caps

I am using the following code with sectsty to make all sections use small caps: \sectionfont{\sc} However, I want them all typesetted in lowercase, but the following does not work: ...
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Using \textsc{} within \section{}

When I try to do something like \section{Heading with \textsc{small caps}}, the compiler complains with "LaTeX Font Warning: Some font shapes were not available, defaults substituted." and replaces ...