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comment Customizing the style of the “Table of Contents” title
@SahikaKoyun In the meantime (while the question is reopened), here's the code you need: \titleformat{\chapter}[display] {\bfseries\large} {\filleft\MakeUppercase{\chaptertitlename} \large\thechapter} {2ex} {\titlerule\vspace{2ex}\filleft} \titleformat{name=\chapter,numberless}[display] {\bfseries\large} {\titlerule} {-7ex} {\filleft\MakeUppercase}[\vspace{5ex}] \titlespacing*{\chapter}{0pt}{120pt}{6pt} (sorry about the poor formatting, but comments don't allow nicer code formatting).
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comment Customizing the style of the “Table of Contents” title
@SahikaKoyun I already have the answer, but cannot post it while the question is closed :(
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comment Customizing the style of the “Table of Contents” title
@user47278 Yes, I've voted for re-opening the question.
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revised Customizing the style of the “Table of Contents” title
code formatting
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answered How to change theme of fancytikzposter
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revised too much space between two environment create with tcolorbox
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revised tikz: table with mathmode and drawing in article documentclass in LyX
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answered tikz: table with mathmode and drawing in article documentclass in LyX
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comment Equation sub-numbering
@user47254 For short texts you can use \intertext{text text...}.
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answered Equation sub-numbering
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comment Add chapter number in roman numbers using fancyhdr
@Crissov I disagree; this shouldn't be closed as a duplicate of the linked question. The other answer doesn't show how to change the counter representation, and most importantly, doesn't address the necesary redefinition of plain which was not needed there, but it has to be done here.
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answered Add chapter number in roman numbers using fancyhdr
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answered Customizing Chapter style in scrbook
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