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There are a few mistakes: you must use \makeglossaries before creating any glossary or acronym you should create a Minimum Working Example that is compilable so that we can understand your issu ;) probably (I'm not sure as you did not write an MWE) you printed a glossary and not the acronyms you load a file Acronyms.text and you create an acronym also in ...


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you need to add the short definition. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[acronym]{glossaries} % 1 -> key % 2 -> name <---- which is also the short % 3 -> pluralname % 4 -> long % 5 -> longplural % 6 -> description \newcommand*{\newdualentry}[6]{% %%% The glossary entry ...


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The easiest way would be to use the glossaries-extra package. Its default configuration is to use the style short-nolong for abbreviations created with \newacronym (as opposed to \newabbreviation). You can of course create your own abbreviation types or change the default ones if that distinction is insufficient for your needs. For details, see chapter 3 of ...


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\documentclass{article} \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} \usepackage[debug=showtargets]{glossaries-extra} \usepackage{lipsum} \setabbreviationstyle[acronym]{long-short} \newacronym{FEA}{FEA}{Finite Element Analysis} \begin{document} \lipsum \section{BRING ME HERE} \label{bring-me-here} \lipsum {\glsdisablehyper\hyperref[bring-me-here]{\gls{FEA}}} \...


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I'm afraid this simply won't work. Name fields need to be parsed by Biber (or BibTeX) to extract the different name parts (given name, family name, suffix and prefix), since Biber does not know about LaTeX macros in general (it knows about some macros for single non-ASCII characters) there is no way \gls{dupont} would be treated like Dupont, Michel. In the ...


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This is an expansion problem. \glsnoexpandfields will help: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{chemmacros} \usepackage{glossaries} \glsnoexpandfields \newacronym{DMF}{DMF}{\iupac{\N,\N-dimethylformamide}} \begin{document} Dissolve in \gls{DMF}. Evaporate \gls{DMF} off. \end{document}


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