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This is a somehow long solution (using Memoir class): % New Page Style \makepagestyle{MPS} % \makeatletter % \@chapapp \makepsmarks{MPS}{% \nouppercaseheads \createmark {chapter} {both} {shownumber} {\@chapapp }{. \ } \createmark {section} {right}{shownumber} {}{. \ } \createmark {subsection} {right}{shownumber} {}{. \ } \...


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You can simply redefine \thesection within the subappendices environment: \documentclass{memoir} \begin{document} \chapter{A chapter} \namedsubappendices \begin{subappendices} \renewcommand{\thesection}{\Alph{section}} \section{One} \section{Two} \end{subappendices} \chapter{A chapter} \section{A section} \end{document}


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Use the \cleartooddpage macro provide by memoir. % figchapprob.tex SE 567338 \documentclass{memoir} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \cleartooddpage[\vfill \begin{center} FIGURE \end{center} \vfill] \chapter{First} \cleartooddpage[\thispagestyle{plain}\vfill \begin{center} ANOTHER FIGURE \end{center} \vfill] \chapter{Second} \end{document} With the ...


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You can use the following to continue the sequence of page numbers \savepagenumber \mainmatter \restorepagenumber


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You do not need newcommands, nor the \counterwithout{section}{chapter} tricks. Using the article option \chapters are like section, so you only have to replace \section by \chapter and \subsection by \section and so on with sublevel, if thre are some. Note that starred versions of sectioning commands (\chapter*, \sections*, etc.) are designed to (1) be ...


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If I understand your self answer correctly, you just want to use nu-numbered sections and still have their title show up in the TOC? That is easy with memoir \setsecnumdepth{none} \maxsecnumdepth{none} % due to \mainmatter and then use \section and friends as normal.


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The problem was solved by the method suggested here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/4002358 \newcommand{\huection}[1]{% \section*{#1}% \addcontentsline{toc}{section}{#1}% } \maxtocdepth{subsection} \newcommand{\subhuection}[1]{% \subsection*{#1}% \addcontentsline{toc}{subsection}{#1}% } I replaced all \section with \huection and all \...


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If you want to use memoir with only section and below then use it with the article option, whereby \chapter is set at \section, \section is set as \subsection, etc. Thank you for your MWE which didn't work for me as I didn't have the font you were using. Here is a very stripped down version of your MWE which does not typeset chapters and gives a ToC. % ...


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To get the correct output, place the \label inside of the optional argument of \subbottom as shown in the following example: \documentclass[brazilian,a4paper,12pt,oneside,openleft]{memoir} \usepackage{graphicx} %package to manage images \newsubfloat{figure}% Allow subfloats in figure environment \begin{document} \chapter{Chapter to have proper numbering} \...


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Two approaches: add a \newpage in the respective page add this magic command \addtolength{\textheight}{\topskip}


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The marginfigure and its caption are set in a minipage with its default center positioning, which will not break across pages. You can either put the marginfigure higher on the page or ask Lars Madsen (daleif@math.au.dk), the maintainer of memoir to do something like enabling the minipage bandt` options. In any case you, on occasions, will have to manually ...


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Honestly, I'm not 100% sure why this happens. But with stuff like this the issue can often be resolved if one protects the problematic question. In this case \protect\footnotemark{} seems to work.


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