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Oct
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comment Why acronym appears under glossary?
Because here malcolmkeating.blogspot.sk/2013/08/… it is said that it is from Glossary package and here texblog.org/2014/01/15/glossary-and-list-of-acronyms-with-latex it is said that Glossary is obsolete and replaced by Glossaries
Oct
13
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Oct
13
comment Why acronym appears under glossary?
Seems that putting \input{glossary.tex} and \input{acronyms.tex} right after \makeglossaries instead under \begin{document} Did the trick
Oct
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Oct
13
comment Why acronym appears under glossary?
Why it is not minimal? I've posted it in context in which I want to use it (with footers, headers, front page etc.). The question is why acronym appears under glossary? I've added another questions to show that in original document where I'm referencing it is working while in mine it is not, maybe it is related somehow I do not know. Please do not consider them as questions but rather my observations that might help solve the problem. Thank you
Oct
13
comment Why acronym appears under glossary?
So what I did wrong, why your example is working and mine not? Our code base looks similar. In your code IDPS is correctly added under Acronyms with proper case, also the first occurrence in text is with full description and subsequent occurrences are with acronyms. Referencing from Acronyms to Glossary is working also (API example). Thank you
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Nov
19
comment \citeauthor* behaves like \citeauthor or \citeyearpar uses square brackets instead of round
Just one question, can I also display somehow the BibTeX key ? Something like \citeBibKey{Bauer1988} which will return "Bauer1988"
Nov
19
comment \citeauthor* behaves like \citeauthor or \citeyearpar uses square brackets instead of round
@egreg I apologize guys my mistake. Did not realized that there must be more than 2 authors to use "et al. notation". When I edited the citation like this ` author = {Bauer, David S. and Koblentz, Michael E. and ThirdSurname, ThirdForename},` Finnaly I get "Bauer et al." @Stephen when I will edit my original post wont be there such a mess in posts ? Sorry again guys.
Nov
19
comment \citeauthor* behaves like \citeauthor or \citeyearpar uses square brackets instead of round
here is content of bibliography.bib file pastebin. Forgive my ignorance but as I am writing this comment I have left only 600 characters, is it OK or does it have something common with karma (reputation) etc. that newbies cannot wwrite more ?
Nov
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