I wanted to style chapter headings, found out about titlesec and wrote the document like this:





{\chapter} % command
[display] % shape
{\bfseries\flushright\Huge\color{crvena}} % format
{\ \thechapter} % label
{0.5ex} % sep
} % before-code
] % after-code


After that I wrote some text and finished with:


The result is fine, as can be seen from the image:

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But the problem is now that there are errors in table of contents:


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What has caused 1 [Pleaseinsertintopreamble] to be written instead of 1 Лавиринт and how to fix it?

EDIT 1: I tried to use fancyhdr, but got this:

ToC is fine: enter image description here

but header is not:

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  • Welcome to TeX.SX! The problem usually is associated to the utf8x option to inputenc rather than utf8. – egreg Mar 8 '14 at 20:09
  • Thanks. :) I've seen that the problem occurs with utf8x, so I was somewhat surprised to see it happen with utf8 as well. If I add \usepackage{fancyhdr}, ToC works fine, but then headers are wrong. I'm new to both fancyhdr and titlesec, so I have no clue what's going on. : ) – Milos Mar 8 '14 at 20:17

The serbianc module for babel seems to enforce using the utf8x option for inputenc and the package ucs which is, in my opinion, wrong.

A workaround seems to be specifying utf8x prior to utf8.



However, I would ask the maintainer of babel to remove the setting, leaving the user the choice of what option for inputenc to use. And I'd much prefer utf8.

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