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Customization of chapter entries in Table of Contents

I want to customize chapter entries in Table of Contents. \documentclass[final]{book} \title{Title} \author{Author} \date{} \begin{document} \maketitle \tableofcontents \chapter*{Chapter Title} ...
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Transfering Style of Sectioning-Titles to TOC-, LOF-, LOT-Titles

This is a continuation of my last (answered) question: I want to style the Title of TOC, LOF and LOT exactly the same as the Sectioning-Titles. Problem is that they (a) start "higher" than normal ...
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How to add leaders to Table of Contents without tocloft?

I'm using a third-party non-standard document class which is based on book. Class be damned, I want to add dot leaders for chapters, sections and subsections in the Table of Contents. If I include ...
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Chapter descriptions in the TOC, but at a fixed width

I'm really in love with the TOC one gets using the accepted answer at Adding a per-chapter image along with group of entries in ToC. However, instead of having sections in my TOC, I'd like to ...
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tocloft recipe to simulate the titlecontents* behaviour of titletoc [closed]

I can't use titletoc, since there are incompatibilities between this package and others that I am using. However, tocloft works fine. I would like to simulate the \titlecontents* effect using ...
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How to linebreak part ToC entries using tocloft/titletoc and the book class

I'm currently writing a LaTeX document in the book documentclass. In my ToC I want the actual titles of certain entries (parts in my case) to come in a newline after a generic name of the section-type ...