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I'm a discrete mathematician. My main research interests are discrete optimization and scheduling in specific. I've been using LaTeX on and off since 2007, mostly for homework assignments. I have really gotten into it while writing my thesis though. Scheduling problems call for quite a lot of diagrams, so my main focus and interest within LaTeX is TikZ.


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comment \newcommand and name of command
Out of curiosity, is there any reason you are going through an extra layer of macro? That is, it would work just as wel if you left out tempname and used \tempnameaux{#1} right before adding the old glossary entry, wouldn't it?
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comment \newcommand and name of command
Aah, the uppercase group can end halfway through the csname, that's good to know. Makes sense, actually. Thanks :)
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answered Drawing a complete ER Diagram in Crow's foot style by TikZ
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comment \newcommand and name of command
You could simply wrap the newglossaryentry macro in something that defines two new macros (upper and lowercase) and then does the original newglossaryentry?