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In the first picture, I used only line 1 but dots are not proper while dots in the sections are.

line1 \dottedcontents{section}[0em]{}{2.9em}{0.2pc}

line2 %\dottedcontents{subsection}[3em]{}{2em}{0.2pc}

line3 %\dottedcontents{subsubsection}[4.5em]{}{2.5em}{1pc}

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In the second picture, I used both line 1 and line 2 and all dots are proper but the page layout is not right. How can I fix this problem? Thank you in advance.

line1 \dottedcontents{section}[0em]{}{2.9em}{0.2pc}

line2 \dottedcontents{subsection}[3em]{}{2em}{0.2pc}

line3 %\dottedcontents{subsubsection}[4.5em]{}{2.5em}{1pc}

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    It don't think it is possible to answer this unless you provide more information. where did you use \dottedcontents, how is it defined? it is not defined by any standard class, I see some thesis classes have commands of that name as does titletoc, but with no example code provided hard to say anything – David Carlisle Jul 4 at 22:52
  • So sorry, it was an emergency question. It is article class. Because I use a lot of code in this document, I couldn't create MWE. But I'll try to do it. – Samet Memiş Jul 5 at 7:44
  • article class does not define \dottedcontents – David Carlisle Jul 5 at 7:45

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