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How to differentiate index entries using the knowledge package

It works if you set it through a style. Define the style \knowledgestyle{indexbf}{index style=textbf} and use it as intro style \knowledge{intro style=indexbf, index=time!sidereal} ... Note that you ...
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Bibleref-xidx : sections for Old Testament and New Testament

I've seen that my previous approach is not compatible with \ibiblechvs command, since it does not call \br@<Book> macro. So, another approach is to map the bible books, and then insert in \@...
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Subindex sorted by occurrence

Solved, using yannisl's suggestion. \documentclass{scrbook} %\usepackage[backend=biber, style=authortitle-comp]{biblatex} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{...
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Displaying chapter numbers in indexes with hyperref's links

After your change the ind-file contains commands like \hyperpage{2-3}, and hyperref tries to add a link to page 2-3 which doesn't exist. Your log then contains warnings like this: pdfTeX warning (dest)...
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Indexing when using the l3doc class

Methods I and II are the joint antithesis of l3. This seems permissible given that l3doc.cls is not wholeheartedly committed when it comes to indexing, either. Method I Method I creates a single index ...
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Indexing when using the l3doc class

To address the issue with the sorting of normal indices caused by the Roman letter numbering used for the l3 functions and variables, you can modify the way page numbering is handled. Instead of ...
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Pagenotes with multiple index and useage with tex4ebook - needs support

There are several problems. The first, which you encountered is caused by TeX4ht's declarations for the Index and Imakeidx packages. This can be fixed with this configuration file, index.4ht: %%%%%%%%%...
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Bibleref-xidx : sections for Old Testament and New Testament

I was able to figure out a solution. Here a proof of concept: \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{bibleref-xidx} \usepackage{indextools} \makeindex[title=Old Testament,name=ot,columns=1] \makeindex[...
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Index for roles in a script?

imakeidx creates the index file as part of the compilation and then reads it back in. As such, it has to be located after all \index commands have been issued. But that's not the standard case. ...
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