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comment \DoubleSpacing not working as described
I didn't know. Thanks for that tip!
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comment Customize chapterstyle in memoir
@daleif I figure out yesterday night a way to make it work, but I my question still stands. I will simplify Gonzalo's code as an example. \documentclass{memoir} \makechapterstyle{mytest}{% \chapterstyle{mytest} \begin{document} \chapter{Introduction} I want Introduction'' to have the same size and font as it would in the default'' chapterstyle. \end{document}
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comment Customize chapterstyle in memoir
Ok, I tried Gonzalo's code, but for some reason I cannot use the code and include ` \numtoName{\c@chapter}` as part of any chapterstyle. Is there a particular reason why this is failing? Specially because I know that that particular code works (Using Dalief's suggestion, copied "brotherton" and tried you code, but it does not work). Any help?
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comment Using string conditionals to determine document class
You are right. Sorry. I actually tested a couple things but failed to realize how important was the order of things. Greatly appreciate it.
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comment Using string conditionals to determine document class
I think I did not made myself clear on my second question. The improvements to the code are appreciated but I still cannot do something like this... \documentclass{10pt,oneside,article}{memoir} or this \documentclass{10pt,oneside,book}{memoir}
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comment Using string conditionals to determine document class
Daniel, I spent hours trying to find documentation for some of the things that you used in the code you provided without any meaningful results. Could you please point me somewhere I can figure out your code, or even better, could you document every line explaining what is happening?
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comment Using string conditionals to determine document class
Wow Daniel, this is perfect. Thank you very much for providing the code. This is WAY beyond my knowledge of LaTex. I read and re-read until I figured out what was going on. If I had any reputation I would give you points for this answer. I am know scratching my head thinking how to use something like memoir (so I can use the document class article and memoir and the article option. How would you go about accomplishing this? Should I create another question for that?
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comment Using string conditionals to determine document class
Thank you very much Martin.
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comment Using string conditionals to determine document class
Thank you for the tip Torb. Peter, because I use the same documentclass for several styles and I also use that doctype variable to set the rest of the template. Marco Daniel, wow, what can I say? I am completely lost. Do you mean I can do something like this? \ifx\doctype\letter <code for #1 is empty> \else \ifx\doctype\book <code for #1 is _not_ empty> \else \fi \fi
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