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{glossaries} is about creating glossaries, acronyms, nomenclatures and similar lists. A popular package is `glossaries`.

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Here's the question: I think the glossaries package is probably up to this, but before I start investing time, can you provide better suggestions? …
asked Jun 12 '12 by Brent.Longborough
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I've managed to get glossaries to set the acronyms in the body in small caps in the way I want, but in the list of acronyms they insist on coming out in lower-case. … MWE: \documentclass[a4paper,final]{report} \usepackage[acronym,nomain, style=list, nonumberlist, shortcuts, smallcaps, ]{glossaries} \renewcommand*{\CustomAcronymFields}{% description …
asked May 1 '12 by Brent.Longborough
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MWE: greatly trimmed from a large document; XeLaTeX; full TeXLive2012 completely up-to-date: \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{fixltx2e} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{mathspec} \usepackage{glossaries … Now, if I eliminate glossaries, or move it above mathspec in the file, things work. But it isn't very convenient to have to sort ones packages whenever anything gets a new dependency. …
asked Dec 5 '12 by Brent.Longborough