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asked Can a missing glossary entry generate Warnings instead of Errors?
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comment “Automatic” section labeling?
What would that feeding chain look like? I'm not at all familiar with the xparse package.
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comment “Automatic” section labeling?
Actually, that seems to have trashed the ability to use the starred versions of the commands ("\section*{}" and so on) under the normal names. You can still use them under the newly aliased names. eg: instead of \subsection*{Foo} you'd use \oldsubsection*{Foo} If you needed to.
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accepted “Automatic” section labeling?
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comment “Automatic” section labeling?
That is both helpful to know and slightly mysterious in design. Though chapters heads are "expected" to do potentially more fancy stuff I guess, so maybe it makes sense.
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comment “Automatic” section labeling?
I simplified it a bit because I never use the optional argument to the sectioning commands within this document, and it worked out great! \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage[colorlinks=true,linkcolor=blue]{hyperref} \usepackage{letltxmacro} \LetLtxMacro{\oldsection}{\section} \renewcommand{\section}[1]{\oldsection{#1}\index{#1}\label{sec:#1}} \begin{document} \section{Drowning} Test reference \hyperref[sec:Drowning]{Drowning} \end{document}
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asked “Automatic” section labeling?
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comment Indent or not based on section depth
Oh my, that worked nicely.
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