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revised How do I extract a month name in datetime2?
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answered Sort footnotes alphabetically or per-page glossary
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comment Sort footnotes alphabetically or per-page glossary
How do you want the footnote numbering? Following the alphabet (1 cinco, 2 dos, 3 quatro, 4 tres, 5 uno) or following usage (5 cinco, 2 dos, 4 quartro, 3 tres, 1 uno)? (If according to usage, do you want the footnote numbering reset every page?) Are you likely to have other footnotes (unrelated to the glossary) that might interfere?
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comment Using \glsaddallunused for customized Glossaries
Just in case you need it again, \glsaddallunused always has to go at the end of the document.
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answered Suppress symbol in nomenclature after first use
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comment How to put tilda ~ on top of greek letter tau \tau
\~ is a text-mode command and can't be used in math-mode. (This should've produced the error message "Command \~ invalid in math mode")
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comment How to automatically handle “a” and “an” in front of acronyms with the glossaries package?
Can you clarify how you want this automation without using \pgls? As @AlanMunn commented, the a will need to be replaced with a command since a \ac{sma} can't automatically be converted into an \ac{sma} otherwise (\ac can't look behind). It's much simpler to replace a \ac{sma} with \pgls{sma} than it is to replace it with, say, \indefinitearticle{sma} \ac{sma} (which is essentially what \pgls does).
Feb
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comment pdflatex and commercial book printing
There was a similar post on comp.text.tex. It seems that MacTeX uses Quartz. Have you tried post-processing the pdf file with ghostscript? I always do this with jmakepdfx (which is just a frontend to ghostscript) for my books and have never had any complaints from my printers (but I use Linux rather than a Mac).
Feb
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answered Glossaries with entrycounter true only for one glossary
Feb
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comment Glossaries with entrycounter true only for one glossary
Okay, I'll post an answer for just the first part here, since that matches the title.
Feb
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comment Glossaries with entrycounter true only for one glossary
You need to ask each question as a separate post. The site isn't designed for multiple questions per post. (I'm not sure about your other questions. That requires some knowledge of multicols.)
Feb
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comment Glossaries with entrycounter true only for one glossary
Try \printglossary[type=EngDico,entrycounter=false] (at least v4.08 required). Alternatively, omit the package option and use \printglossary[type=ARDico,entrycounter=true] (or just \printglossary[type=ARDico,entrycounter]). I don't have the fonts installed to test your example, but that should work.
Feb
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comment How to sort glossaries entries by alphabetical order then by order of appereance
+1 I hadn't noticed that as a by-product of the pre-sorted list being ordered according to usage this would happen! @HcN I think this is the best solution. The makeindex/xindy options set the sort value when the entry is defined. (This isn't simply the value of the sort key but it has also had the makeindex/xindy special characters escaped.) If the sort value is later adjusted it's liable to cause clones of the entries with the modified value which will confuse makeindex/xindy. The first use flag can't be relied on in this context as it may have been reset.
Feb
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answered Glossaries and corner cases
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revised Turn “page number to index” on and off in glossaries
fixed typos
Feb
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answered Symbol or name referencing to the same glossary entry
Feb
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comment How can I use \dtlsort with different alphabets?
@Azor-Ahai I'm sorry I can't help with MikTeX (I use TeX Live). Perhaps one of the miktex questions might provide a solution.
Feb
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answered Turn “page number to index” on and off in glossaries
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comment How can I make the page list line break when using the acronym part of the glossaries package?
Without a minimal working example (MWE) this is purely guesswork, but are you displaying the page list in a tabular-like environment that doesn't permit line breaks? (Such as the long4col style.)