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Nov
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answered Single .tex file, multiple .bib files
Nov
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answered Change vertical space of chapters temporarly in Table of Contents
Nov
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comment How do I get multiple ToC entries on the same line with tocloft?
Thanks a lot. It is now working perfectly. @GonzaloMedina
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accepted How do I get multiple ToC entries on the same line with tocloft?
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comment How do I get multiple ToC entries on the same line with tocloft?
Thank you very much, it is working great. I don't know why I did not succeed in adaptating your previous answer... There remains an issue, in the book class, with the parts in the toc. the part toc entry starts right after the last subsubsection item. Do you know why? I can add a phantom section and try to reduce vertical space, but it is quite ugly. @GonzaloMedina
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revised How do I get multiple ToC entries on the same line with tocloft?
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Nov
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comment How do I get multiple ToC entries on the same line with tocloft?
I added an edit to show the effect I would like to get, and the format I would like. @GonzaloMedina
Nov
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comment How do I get multiple ToC entries on the same line with tocloft?
I need the subsubsection to be displayed in a paragraph style. I am currently playing with the etoolbox like in the question mentioned by lockstep, but I did not reach my target yet.
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accepted Figures on left pages, text on right ones with class book, numbering only on right pages
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answered Build Sequence to create a PDF with citations from .bib
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comment Citing patents using biblatex
I don't think there is a standard response to that. You are asking something that is not specific to patents anyway. What you want is to cite some references differently depending on the context and what you want to show. It may be possible to create, based on the \cite commands, some other commands (\patentcite), but it is clearly out of my depth...
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