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Package that allows the index or indices, that are usually typeset at the very end of the document, are to be split and sorted so as to include them in the document itself. Note: this requires the `-shell-escape` option

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What does “quick and dirty hack” by Heiko Oberdiek do?

In my document's preamble I have the following code related to showidx and hyperref, which also appears in many posts on this forum. What is its purpose? %Begin the ``quick and dirty hack'' due to ...
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Showidx gives “Undefined control sequence” error

The following MWE with showidx and imakeidx: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{showidx} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex \begin{document} Test\index{xxxx} \printindex \end{document} generates the ...
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Creating multiple indices with customizable options

I want to create multiple indices with two columns and no clear page in between. I tried the splitidx package, which does not give me the same options as imakeidx, which in turn gives me an "...
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Indexing section with the same label

I want to create an index to get the section, and not the page, in which I put the labels. \begin{filecontents*}{Index.ist} preamble " \\begin{theindex} \\providecommand*\\indexgroup[1]{\\indexspace \...
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Footnote number together with the page number in the index entry

I'm using the package imakeidx and I would ask if it is possible to diplay the footnote number together with the page number in the index entry, as follows: reference: 9 (normal reference) reference: ...
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Name of printindex and alignment indexes

I have List of indexes in beamer , but it no indent before the name of slide. When I write \hspace it do very big indent . \usepackage{multicol} \newenvironment{theindex}{}{} \usepackage[xindy]{...
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Sort Russian index

I need to sort russian words in list of index in beamer. How I can do this ? I use Texstudio ,texlive . \documentclass[mathserif,12pt,aspectratio=169]{beamer} \usepackage[T2A]{fontenc} \...
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Miktex \printindex doesn`t work [duplicate]

I use MiKTeX 2.9 and use{imakeidx } for doing list of indexes in beamer. but I have the message in log: No file "DM2019_7 (2)".ind. [103 ] In texstudio it works . Please help. Example : \...
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Indents and customize \printidex

\newenvironment{theindex}{}{} \usepackage{imakeidx} \renewenvironment{theindex}{% \let\item\par % definitions for subitem etc \let\subitem\par \let\subsubitem\par } \makeatletter \def\@...
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Named slide with \printindex

\newenvironment{theindex}{}{} \usepackage{imakeidx} \renewenvironment{theindex}{% \let\item\par % definitions for subitem etc \let\subitem\par \let\subsubitem\par } \makeatletter \def\@...
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Links in Subject Index

How can I do \printindex with clickable links ? \documentclass[mathserif,12pt,aspectratio=169]{beamer} \newenvironment{theindex}{}{} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeatletter \def\@idxitem{\par} \def\...
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imakeidx: Is it possible to use `xindi` internally?

I have been using {imakeidx} to produce indexes without the need of running external programs as in: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex %\usepackage[xindy]{imakeidx} %\...
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idxlayout customized delimiters

I'm using the packages imakeidx and idxlayout (the latter with "singlepar" layout) and I'm trying to customize the default delimiters. My aim is to obtain different delimiters for subitem and ...
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Is there a command that gives the page numbers of an index entry?

Is there a command---for example, something like \pages{pangolins}--- that represents the page numbers (and page ranges) of an index entry "pangolins"? If not, is there any elegant way to code such a ...
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How can I define an new index command that works better for paragraphs?

Suppose that, in the middle of my document, I have paragraph about owls: Here is a new paragraph about owls. Owls are extraordinary. I want to index this paragraph using imakeidx, so I write, \...
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Insert note after lettergroup using imakeidx/xindy

I would like to be able to enter a note in an index after \lettergroup something like this: Of course, it would be possible to edit the .ind file to do this but I'd rather not. Ideally this would be ...
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Sorting entries by page number in a single index (out of multiple indices) made with imakeidx

I am trying to make two indices with imakeidx: an index of terms and an index of symbols. Since I am using mathematical symbols, I would like the symbols index to be sorted by page number rather than "...
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Glossaries and Index are not Printed at the end of document

I am writing a book and trying to produce glossaries at the end of document using the package glossaries. No glossaries are printed at the end of the document, neither index is produced at the end. ...
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Index with both authors and subjects using natbib and makeidx

I am writing a book and trying to create an index that includes both authors (gathered from natbib references and the \citeindextrue command) and subjects (generated with the makeidx package and the \...
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How to assign a new folder path for makeindex in Texstudio?

I have already set a new folder called _build for separating and including the generated aux and bib files of pdflatex and bibtex in Texstudio (with Miktex) as follows: Texstudio --> Options --> ...
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Automatic index entry for multiword terms

I'm a lazy person. The less I type the better, so I'm trying to make a macro to automatically arrange index entries for multi-word terms (composed nouns actually). Normally you'd have to type: ......
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imakeidx with both cross-reference and page range truncation

This is another (I hope final) follow-up to the questions Can one truncate page ranges in index using splitidx? and Page range truncation with imakeidx. I think I now know all the requirements about ...
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Automatically Generate a Table with multiple rows and columns from keys in the .tex file

I would like to loop through a LaTeX document and collect every instance of a key with multiple entries. i.e. \begin{document} \lipsum[1-1] \key{name=Peter, age=50, gender=male} \lipsum[1-1] \key{...
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Why .ind empty (with error message from xindy although makeindex is used) when index command is inside an align environment?

When compiling the following MWE with texi2dvi -p, the second \index{} command fails with the error message ERROR: CHAR: index 0 should be less than the length of the string (seems like this is ...
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Get showidx working with multiple indexes

I would like to use showidx with imakeidx and multiple indexes. While the indexes are as expected the entries going into the non-default index are recognized incorrectly by showidx. The documentation ...
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Ignore hyphens when sorting index

How can we ignore hyphens when sorting the index? Here is an example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex[columns=1] \begin{document} Test \index{firstaid} \index{first-love} \...
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Splitindex and authors citing

why command \cite{} using imakeidx with splitindex option and biblatex with indexing=cite option causes Package imakeidx Warning: Undefined index file `split' on input line 33. After compiling my ...
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multiple indexing with imakeidx : auhtor's names only

I am writing my dissertation in yathesis class and want to produce multiple indexes with imakeindex package. I have been able to produce two indexes: an index of names with title subentries, and an ...
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Indexing with custom sort order and subentries

I'm using LuaLaTeX to generate a sort key override the default sort order for bidding sequences. The simpler entries look like e.g. \index[seq]{1T-1K}, \index[seq]{1T-1C}, \index[seq]{1SA-2T} ...
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The toc=idx option of the KOMA-Script doesn't work with the package imakeidx

If one use one of this class options: toc=idx, toc=index, index=toc, index=totoc or index=notnumbered of one of the KOMA-Script classes and the package imakeidx together, than the Index entry (IE) ...
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Customisations in bible index (bibleref, imakeidx)

I have to print a biblical index according the Greek Bible (the so called "LXX"). To do so I modified the package bibleref Package Bibleref_LXX Now I should do a couple of customisations, but ...
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Compiling a separate list of “Open Questions” found in the main text in order of appearance

I'm writing my math notes. A paragraph may include (or be followed as a separate paragraph) by an "Open question". This is a paragraph making some points about a topic. Open question: Why is this ...
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Custom Index with Xindy and Imakeidx

In this thread, we addressed the issue of proper sorting in an automated author name index. It worked fine until I merged the code with these two redefinitions made by Enrico in this thread in order ...
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Smallcaps for page number of index entries in roman style (Imakeidx)

I would like to have the page number of the index entries in smallcaps, at least for the part of the work that uses roman style. Unfortunately, the Imakeidx manual doesn't provide any explanation ...
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Xindy fails to sort umlauts in Imakeidx

I'm using Imakeidx to auto-generate an author index for my bibentries, but I have a problem with the sorting of some special characters such as umlauts. As suggested, I tried to use xindy as a engine ...
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Why do makeidx and imakeidx ignore absolute values and norms?

See the following minimal working example \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath,amssymb,amsfonts,amsthm} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex \begin{document} Hello world \index{A@$A$ without norm ...
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Using imakeidx in tex4ebook with Polyglossia for Devanagari

I am trying to create a Marathi ebook using the packages Polyglossia an tex4ebook. Following is the MWE I prepared following the instructions from @michal.h21 (which were given to produce the MWE that ...
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Sorting problem with umlauts

I have a problem with a self-generated index of authors. If I have a name with umlaut, the sorting fails. In My MWE, the two entries should be inverted. How could I fix the issue? I'm including also ...
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Adding Footnote to the Index Title

I am using imakeidx package and now I need to add footnote to the title of one index. Is there a way to do that? Basically I need an asterisk next to the title of one index and explanation in the ...
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Changing output and sorting in author index

I have an author index and I'm trying to change the output of one particular name. In my ME one author is "Archimandrite Vladimir", but I: don't want him at the A letter but at the V I don't want ...
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Printindex does only work if put at the end

This minimum example is behaving very strangely on my computer: \documentclass[a4paper]{book} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex \makeindex[name=foo] \begin{document} \printindex %if I delete this ...
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How to create an index and a list of abbreviations (russian&english)

I have installed on my computer: Windows 8.1 basic-miktex-2.9.6643.exe texstudio-2.12.8-win-qt5.exe ActivePerl-5.22.4.2205-MSWin32-x86-64int-403863.exe I can not make an index and a list of ...
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Reledmac/Reledmac: duplicating index entries

I have a very strange issue with Reledpar and Imakeidx. If you put the same object into the same index it gets duplicated if the entry is located in the Endonotes. More strange, the issue appears ...
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Duplicated indexes or redundancy (or both)?

It's incredible how noob can I be after years of LaTeXing, but... Here's the thing: I want an automatic Index of Names in which to merge biblatex entries and other stuff I put in manually. I wrote ...
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Yet another problem using imakeidx in a dtx file

I refer to Still problems with multiple indexes in ltxdoc The solution given there works for that simple MWE, but in my real project I encounter a more serious problem. The next M_not_WE shows it. ...
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Still problems with multiple indexes in ltxdoc

I refer to the solution that was presented in multiple indexes in ltxdoc When I add some lines, it doesn't work anymore. I have the feeling that something deeper is wrong, but for a start consider ...
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multiple indexes in ltxdoc

I want to use multiple indexes in ltxdoc. But if I use the package imakeidx my defined "General Index" disappears and I get the standard "Index". Without imakeidx I do get what I want. Is this a bug ...
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Vertical-alignment of the index title using imakeidx

I want to move the index title a little bit down from the top of the page, is it possible to do it using imakeidx? Adding \indexprologue[]{} just before \printindex I can manage the space between the ...
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htlatex, imakeidx, and textit in an index entry

I'm using htlatex to create an ebook. For some customization reasons, I need to use imakeidx instead of makeidx. Additionally, some of my index entries are using \textit{}, e.g. \index{\textit{...
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Numeric order in index

I am using imakeidx to create my indices. It works great except for the fact that it does not create normal orders with numbers. Instead of: 1 3 10 30 it creates: 1 10 3 30 Is there a way ...