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\renewcommand\prenotetext{\ignorespaces} To spot this, I just added \tracingall which says \prenotetext -> {blank space } {the letter H} so defining \prenotetext to not be a space fixes it, making it \ignorespaces is just "belt and braces".


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In common with the standard article class, memoir only sets up a full set of size parameters for some of the available sizes. If you switch to \tiny for example the list parameters are not changed so the list gets the prevailing settings, which are the ones for normalsize here as all the changes are in local groups, but if you switch from \footnotesize to ...


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Yes, memoir is ideal for a humanities thesis. I am using it for mine. The memoir class incorporates the functions of a large number of commonly used packages to provide a more consistent interface, and is designed to be easy to customize. So instead of loading a dozen possibly conflicting packages---geometry to change margins, and setspace to change line ...


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From the memoir manual: The memoir class is an attempt to integrate some of the more design-related packages with the LaTeX book class.[...] The memoir class effectively incorporates the facilties that are usually accessed by using external packages. In most cases the class code is new code reimplementing package functionalities. IMHO is a ...


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Is there any reason you can't use etoc? You at least don't mention it and it is designed to respect memoir's configuration. (For example, it ensures that ToCs are added to the ToC if memoir is loaded.) \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{etoc} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \part{part ONE} \localtableofcontents \chapter{One} \chapter {Two} ...


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It's possible to reuse the ToC and extract only the contents for every \part. This is discussed via example in the memoir basic user manual (sniplet C.7 (USING CLASS TOOLS TO MAKE A CHAPTER TOC), p 405). The following discussion is taken from the manual with some modifications (chapter > part) to match your requirement... By using a few hooks, we will be ...


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While creating my minimal working example, I realized my mistake. LaTeX displays the table of contents using the .toc file that is built on the first pass through the document. Therefore, the first pass will not include the chapters that were not processed from before. To fix this issue, run the LaTeX command used to process the .tex file again. This will ...


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The default layout of the ToC for chapters (starred or not) under memoir is to have no dots. This is set internally by \newcommand{\cftchapterdotsep}{\cftnodots} If you want dots, it's best to set it to match that of the sectional unit dots, which is the same as \cftdotsep. As such, using \renewcommand{\cftchapterdotsep}{\cftdotsep}% Chapters should use ...


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It is correct to use \cftpartname to add "Part" before the names. But one should use \cftpartfont to control font settings for the part lines in the table of contents. (These are described in the memoir manual, texdoc memoir, p. 151.) It is also possible, if desired, to use \cftpartpagefont to apply the same color to the page number for each part. ...


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Your example code does not make an underfull box, so I don't understand the "P.S." The equation is a fraction over full, there is no general solution in such cases, you just have to adjust. Possibilities include giving variable names to subterms, or splitting the equation over two lines, but here one option is to hide the width of the subscript to the sum, ...


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In memoir you can create a new environment that behaves like figure but has its own table of contents and numbering scheme. \documentclass{memoir} \newcommand{\sator}{Sator arepo tenet opera rotas} \renewcommand{\listtablename}{Tables} \renewcommand{\listfigurename}{Figures} \newcommand{\mapname}{Map} \newcommand{\listmapname}{Maps} ...


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This is just an illustration of the method you might use, based on a very quick skim of memoir's documentation. No doubt you have more specific ideas about the dimensions you want but the key is to use memoir's abilities, rather than fighting them by loading geometry. (Otherwise, use a standard class such as book and then geometry is a great idea.) ...


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The command \M@TitleReference is unknown in beamer class and is defined (well, \let to \@firstoftwo. in memoir class. It's definition can be 'stolen' and introduced to the beamer document, however, in a \makeatletter...\makeatother pair, since there is a @ character in the macro name. \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{xr-hyper} \usepackage{hyperref} ...


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The MWE makes testing the solution easy (which is always nice). If you change the line that reads \tableofcontents{\pagestyle{TOC}} into \pagestyle{TOC} \tableofcontents the output should be as expected. Note that in the memoir class you have two \tableofcontents commands: \tableofcontents % <-- adds its respective title to the Table of ...


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If i understood you right, the following should do what you want. No matter if you are running memoir, book or scrreprt ;-) The final composed list isn't a classical listof and don't recognizes KOMAs listof-feature nor memoirs listof<...>* feature. There will always be a toc-entry. \begin{filecontents}{lofigsandmaps.sty} ...



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