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comment How to display index entries on the same line as the text being indexed
Looked at imakeidx and reledmac. Didn't see anything relevant to this issue.
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revised How to display index entries on the same line as the text being indexed
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comment How to display index entries on the same line as the text being indexed
The above code is the only that works. The hack that loads showidx is by the Great Master himself in person. That is why I am not exactly hopeful. But I just realized I had missed the "i" in front of imakeidx. I will experiment.
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revised How to display index entries on the same line as the text being indexed
Added a minimal example.
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comment How to display index entries on the same line as the text being indexed
I hadn't realized one was needed in this case. I will make one.
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revised How to display index entries on the same line as the text being indexed
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asked How to display index entries on the same line as the text being indexed
Feb
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comment Reference with compound labels
@ ChristianHupfer - My fault, having trouble with @. I have started implementing your solution in the magnum opus. Works fine. See <freemathtexts.org/InProgress/RAFv7.1/RAFv7.1.pdf>; Never had to remember the name of a counter so that's fine too. Auf Wiedersehen.
Feb
7
comment Reference with compound labels
It works on the Magnum Opus, with a zillion packages including Hyperref! Only one question, out of curiosity: I wanted to try and get, say, Procedure 3.4 boldfaced and have only A TITLE in italics. Didn't make it. What happened, I think, is that I have: \newtcolorbox[use counter=proc,number within=chapter,crefname={procedure}{procedures},Crefname={Procedure}{Procedures}‌​]{Procedure}[2][]{% enhanced,arc=0mm,colframe=DarkBlue,colback=LightBlue,coltitle=black,title={\text‌​bf{\textit{Procedure \thetcbcounter. }}#2},#1}
Feb
7
accepted Reference with compound labels
Feb
6
answered Who/what is behind LaTeX?
Feb
6
comment Reference with compound labels
I like both Mico's and Hupfer's solutions and I am going to use Hupfer's only because of my particular circumstances which are that I am embarking on a 1000 pages editing program across three books in which I am going to replace, inter alia, old boxes by tcolorboxes so that his solution seems to require a bit less work. But that's for me and I don't want to give future readers the wrong impression so here is my problem: How can I adopt both answers here? Also: Where can I learn about this "bad thing", internal versus external counter?
Feb
6
comment Reference with compound labels
I had tried \crefname but while there indeed was no ??, I still did not get "Procedure 1-1", only what you got, namely "Procedure 1".
Feb
6
asked Reference with compound labels
Jan
30
answered Intertext like command in enumerate environment?
Dec
26
revised Polynomial Division in Ascending Powers
egreg understood as given but ...
Dec
24
comment Polynomial Division in Ascending Powers
@egreg I know but I was hoping that just as you were once able to let it show $0x^{n}$ you might be able to work your magic once again.
Dec
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asked Polynomial Division in Ascending Powers
Sep
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