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Nov
5
comment Acronym upper/lower/mixed case, and pluralisation
I'm getting loads of errors: ! Undefined control sequence. l.38 \newacro {dc}[\AC@hyperlink{dc}{DC}]{\LU {D}{d}irect \LU {C}{c}urrent} The control sequence at the end of the top line of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have misspelled it (e.g., '\hobx'), type 'I' and the correct spelling (e.g., 'I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue, and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
Nov
5
awarded  Teacher
Nov
5
comment Biblatex/biber - no citation, bibdata, or bibstyle found in .aux file
Unfortunately it was an incredibly simple fix, spurred by @jon. TeXnicCenter was calling the wrong compiler. Doh! Thanks for the help though. @jon: The only indexing command is \makeindex which I thought I was required to have to create contents, acronym lists, etc? I take it that is nonsense?
Nov
5
answered Biblatex/biber - no citation, bibdata, or bibstyle found in .aux file
Nov
5
asked Biblatex/biber - no citation, bibdata, or bibstyle found in .aux file
Nov
5
comment Acronym upper/lower/mixed case, and pluralisation
Will do @cgnieder. Like I said, I can't remember the original reasons I gave up on acro but if I find some clangers I let you know.
Nov
2
comment Acronym upper/lower/mixed case, and pluralisation
Have tried using acro before but I had major issues. Unfortunately I don't document anything and my memory is appalling so I can't remember what the issues were. So I'm trying again. I think I've managed to get it to work but biblatex/biber has completely spazzed out and is preventing compilation, so once I've finished that I'll report back.
Nov
1
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
1
awarded  Supporter
Nov
1
awarded  Scholar
Nov
1
accepted How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents
Nov
1
asked Acronym upper/lower/mixed case, and pluralisation
Oct
12
comment Acronyms in upper/lower case
@egreg- So what now? How do I mark this question as solved/duplicate/whatever? :)
Oct
12
comment Acronyms in upper/lower case
@egreg- I think that solved it! Thanks for your help! (no idea how I didn't the other post, I spent ages searching. Guess you just have to know which words to use)
Oct
12
asked Acronyms in upper/lower case
Oct
9
awarded  Student
Oct
8
comment How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents
The main reason I went with \parindent was due to the bibliography. We have to use this author-year style and if you use parskip, all the bibliography entries have no indent reducing readability. If I could keep the indent, or have some sort of bulletpoint/character denoting the start of each reference, then I might go with parskip. Is this possible? Has it been solved already? And do I need to create another question for it?
Oct
8
awarded  Editor
Oct
8
comment How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents
lockstep: Sorry for the Thank You egreg: I've inserted the pic and removed the ! as per your instructions
Oct
8
revised How to remove chapter indentation in table of contents
added 70 characters in body