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You might try the footnote package and its \savenotes and \spewnotes. It should be noted that the current version of the package is 20+ years old. I'm not aware of significant downsides with the package, though… \documentclass{book} \usepackage[paperheight=5cm]{geometry} \usepackage{siunitx,footnote} \usepackage[footnote]{acronym} \begin{document} \chapter*{...

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It's not too hard with acro instead of acronym (if you don't mind switching packages): \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{scrreport} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{acro} \usepackage{csquotes} \usepackage{imakeidx} \makeindex[columns=2,name=personenregister,title=Index of Persons] \acsetup{ use-id-as-short , format/long = \itshape , index/use = true ,...

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Reduce \glslistdottedwidth. This length per default is half of the textwidth. In case of your long descriptions there is not enough space left to fit in one line. I added \setlength{\glslistdottedwidth}{.3\linewidth} in your example: \documentclass[oneside, a4paper, 12pt, french]{book} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage{libertine} \...

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If you have used the nomencl package already you should be familiar with its commands. The only thing you have to do is to add a suiting redefinition of the thenomenclature environment: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{nomencl} \makenomenclature \renewenvironment{thenomenclature}{% \section*{Abbreviations Used} \def\item[##1]{\noindent##1, \def\item[#...

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The problem is that the .aux file where acronym puts the seemingly undefined stuff, is input before before the .sta file where standalone puts the subpreambles. The input of the .sta file happens when the begindocument hook is executed, which happens after the .aux file is being read. However, there is a hook begindocument/before which happens before the ....

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The long-plural property (and likewise the other plural properties like short-plural) should maybe rather be called long-plural-ending. Per default it has the value s and is appended to the value of long. Therefore an acronym defined like this \DeclareAcronym{LSTM}{ short = LSTM , long = long short-term memory } would get the long plural long short-...

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Per default acro always did and still does order the list of acronyms. If you don't want that do \acsetup{sort=false} in version 2.x which is what you are using or \acsetup{list/sort=false} in version 3.x.

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The command \glsgenacfmt determines what exactly is printed when you typeset an acronym with \gls and friends. It uses the \glsentryshort (and the uppercase and plural forms) when the acronym has already been used. We can redefine \glsgenacfmt and replace all instances of entryshort with entrylong. Then we get: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[...

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Starting with v3.4 (and in analogy to the option and the property first-style) acro has the option subsequent-style which sets the style for all appearances after the first for all acronyms, to be set with \acsetup{} and initially set to short. It also has the property with the same name which sets the same for an individual acronym (and which of course ...

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