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You could use an 'user' field to specifiy your desired format along with the definition of your entry. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[acronym,automake]{glossaries} \makeglossaries \newacronym[user1={my acronym entry}]{mae}{MAE}{My Acronym Entry} \begin{document} \printglossary[type=\acronymtype] \begin{itemize} \item First use: \gls{...


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Sorted out by Nicola Talbot on comp.text.tex: The glossaries package comes with conditional commands for testing if a key has been set. \ifglshasdesc not only tests for an empty description but also tests if the description has simply been set to \nopostdesc


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If you're not gonna fill in the blanks for singular definitions, you can use the plural definitions both for singular and plural. An attempt of solution using xparse: \usepackage{xparse} \DeclareDocumentCommand{\PluraleTantum}{o m m m}{ \IfNoValueTF{#1}{% \newacronym[longplural={#4},shortplural={#3}]{#2}{#3}{#4}% }{% \newacronym[...


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Ulrike Fischer sorted this out at usenet group comp.text.tex: \makeatletter \newcommand\indexheaderspace{\par\nopagebreak\vskip 10\p@ \@plus 5\p@ \@minus 3\p@ \relax\@afterheading} \makeatother \renewglossarystyle{indexgroup}{% \setglossarystyle{index}% \renewcommand*{\glsgroupheading}[1]{% \item \glstreegroupheaderfmt{\glsgetgrouptitle{##1}}% \...


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