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There is a method described in the nomencl manual, section 5.3: "Using a Long Table instead of a List". First of all, make a copy of nomencl.ist in your working directory and add the following lines at its end: item_0 "" delim_t " \\\\\n" The path of the original file is TEXMF\makeindex\nomencl (run kpsewhich nomencl.ist from the command line if you're ...

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The command name is \makenomenclature, not \makeindex. The latter is for the index, the former for the nomenclature. When restricted shell escape is enabled, the call of makeindex can also be put into the TeX file: \documentclass[oneside,12pt]{scrartcl} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} %\usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage[fixamsmath,disallowspaces]{mathtools} ...

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Some will frown on this, but the error is $\lambda$ being used in $$...$$ when \gls{slambda} is replaced with $\lambda$ then. It's not possible to use $$$...$$$ inside equation-like environments. Omitting works for the environment, but then \printglossaries complains about missing math mode. One possible solution is to apply $$...$$

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This uses the acronym way of glossaries package. Each acronym is defined using \newacronym{label}{Acronym}{Explanation} in the preamble. The label is used for reference with \gls{label} etc. To add all defined acronyms, use \glsaddall. Remember to compile twice with (pdf)latex and one makeglossaries step in between. \documentclass{book} ...

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\nompreamble controls what goes between the main nomenclature title and the nomenclature itself. \nomgroup is a one-parameter macro that controls what goes at the start of each subgroup (section 4 and 5.1 of the nomencl documentation). As an example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[noprefix]{nomencl} \usepackage{ifthen} ...

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