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comment What's the difference between \RequirePackage and \usepackage?
@TH what is that situation?
Feb
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accepted Set enumeration level explicitly
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28
comment Set enumeration level explicitly
I posted a comment but forgot to tag you, so I'm doing that now.
Feb
28
comment Set enumeration level explicitly
Yes, that works perfectly. Thanks.
Feb
28
comment Set enumeration level explicitly
Well, that's pretty cool. But one of the things I removed in my MWE, which is actually the reason that I implemented this odd-looking thing to begin with, is that I want the ability at runtime to emit or not emit even-numbered top-level list items by setting a switch (see the original posted TeX). Are there any hooks I can put into your answer to make that happen?
Feb
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revised Set enumeration level explicitly
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asked Set enumeration level explicitly
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asked Format first row of table differently
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accepted Array spacing in multiple line environment
Dec
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comment Array spacing in multiple line environment
Right. As I said in the original post, I realize that this is a solution. I'm trying to understand why the system behaves as it does. Thanks.
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asked Array spacing in multiple line environment
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comment Split a book into multiple volumes
So I guess the consensus is: no, there's no easy way to do this. Nothing one can do wholly within TeX and in an automated fashion. Sigh. I'll make do with some other approach, probably either restarting page numbers with 1 or presenting the entire TOC in both volumes.