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accepted Indentation with lhs2TeX
Apr
9
comment Indentation with lhs2TeX
Is there any way to get this to work with multiple levels of nesting? I can successfully use this to get two levels deep, but then how do I pop only one level back up? I don't suppose there is a \savecolumns stack of any sort, as I couldn't find reference to it in the docs.
Apr
9
comment Indentation with lhs2TeX
Sure thing, added to the inline example above.
Apr
9
revised Indentation with lhs2TeX
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9
asked Indentation with lhs2TeX
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Dec
19
accepted Books, Parts, and Prologues
Dec
19
revised Books, Parts, and Prologues
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Dec
19
comment Books, Parts, and Prologues
Woops, just fixed the chapter problems. In the MWE there is no chapter marker, because the only chapter marker I can get is CHAPTER 0. PROLOGUE (by using \chaptermark{Prologue}). The desired behavior is to have the header just be "PROLOGUE", which I'm working on now.
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19
revised Books, Parts, and Prologues
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19
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Dec
19
revised Books, Parts, and Prologues
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Dec
19
comment Books, Parts, and Prologues
Yep! My next question would be "how do I turn off the CHAPTER 0. CHAPTERNAME" marker in the headings, but I'm currently picking my way through the manual to find out. If you could point me in the right direction that would save me quite a bit of time. :-)
Dec
19
asked Books, Parts, and Prologues
Dec
31
comment Command to uppercase the first letter of each word in a sentence
Also, just realized that if you have two entries for "alpha" and "Alpha" then the index will display them both as "Alpha" but won't combine them into the same entry like it should. Again, I don't suppose there's any way to make the uppercase macro expand earlier? I can just write a pre-processing script that uppercases the character in the ind file, but it would be nice to have it done in tex.
Dec
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Dec
31
comment Command to uppercase the first letter of each word in a sentence
Thanks! Out of curiosity, why does everybody leave percent signs where they open and close brackets? It just begins a comment, right?