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The way I would tackle this: I would create keys for the new types of columns to be created I would define the terns for the various types of nomenclature Print the specific glossaries Ensure your command line compile sequence has the additional makeindex calls Create a custom style for your glossary components, and use the newly created field keys to ...


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\renewcommand*{\glossentrysymbol}[1]{\textcolor{blue}{##1}}% is the wrong redefinition of \glossentrysymbol -- it's just defined now to print the key in blue colour, not to use the key, fetch its symbol and display this in blue colour. One way to bypass this is to safe the original \glossentrysymbol command and wrap the ...


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Glossaries generated by the glossaries package behave like bibliographies. If you don't "cite" anything, the glossary is not printed. The corresponding \cite command is \gls and the equivalent of \nocite{*} to add all entries is \glsaddall. So, for example, the following MWE, where I've added \gls{latex} prints your glossary as expected. ...


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It works for me when I use the alternative noidx commands for making and printing the glossary. Replace \makeglossaries with \makenoidxglossaries and \printglossary with \printnoidxglossary This is refered to as Option 1 for printing the glossary, in the manual. Someone with more experience of the package can probably point out why your first ...



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