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I am using default book template with glossaries included like this:

\usepackage[nonumberlist,toc]{glossaries}
\setglossarystyle{altlist}
\makeglossaries

Notice the toc option for adding the glossaries to the table of contents.

However, when I try to print the entries with the following command:

\printglossary[title=Seznam oznak]

The page header is NOT upper-cased like other page headers. This is how the header looks like:

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If I change the \printglossary command to this:

\printglossary[title=Seznam oznak,toctitle=SEZNAM OZNAK]

Then the header is displayed OK. BUT the upper-cased text is also displayed in the table of contents - which I don't want.

Question: How to properly use glossaries so that it displays Seznam oznak in the table of contents and as the page title. And that it displays SEZNAM OZNAK as the page header on the second page of glossaries entries (I only have two pages worth of entries).

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    Try the package option ucmark. – Nicola Talbot Mar 19 '16 at 15:45
  • Thanks, it did the trick! Please make an answer from this comment so I can award you. – alesc Mar 19 '16 at 15:59
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The glossaries package has a boolean option ucmark which, if set, applies uppercasing to the page header (via the \glsglossarymark command). This option is false by default unless the memoir class has been loaded.

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