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Altough this is not with \maketitle it's an alternative. But if you still want to use \maketitle this questions has the same question. As \maketitle sets the page style to plain. \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[brazilian]{babel} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{mathptmx} \usepackage{titling} \usepackage{...

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Assuming you are using a standard class (there is no MWE in the question), you can remove the definition of fancypagestyle plain. Then the default plain style provided by the standard class is used on chapter pages. And this default plain style seems to be the desired style. Example: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{fancyhdr} \...

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You can add this code in your preamble: \let\oldchapter\chapter \makeatletter \def\chapter{% \@ifstar{\@Starred}{\@nonStarred}% } \def\@Starred{% \@ifnextchar[% {\GenericWarning{}{Warning: A starred section can not have parameters. I am going to ignore them!}\@StarredWith}% {\@StarredWithout}% } \def\@StarredWith[#1]#2{% \oldchapter*{#2}% \...

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The problem is that \chapter uses the plain style on the first page of a chapter, so you have to redefine the plain style: \documentclass[openany]{book} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage[pagestyles]{titlesec} \newpagestyle{main} { \sethead*{}{}{} \setfoot*{}{\footnotesize---\ \thepage\ ---}{} } \renewpagestyle{plain} { \sethead*{}{}{} \setfoot*{}{\...

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Instead of \thecolumn, you can use a command that will only produce a result if the column counter is different from 1. Here I named it \tehcolumn, based on a common misspelling (yes, that's a joke): \documentclass[paper=A3, landscape]{scrartcl} \usepackage{multicol} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{everypage} \newcounter{column} \newcommand\tehcolumn{\...

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You can use \assignpagestyle from titlesec package : \assignpagestyle{\chapter}{empty}

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You have to make a few changes: make \frontmatter to use arabic numbers; make \mainmatter not to reset numbering; avoid titlepage, because it resets the page numbering. \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage{titling,emptypage} \makeatletter % don't use roman numbers in the front matter \renewcommand{\frontmatter}{\cleardoublepage\@mainmatterfalse\...

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You could use \setcounter{page}{"any number of your choice"} to manually set the page number of the first page with a page number, see: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2377684/manually-define-page-numbers-in-latex

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I found in my old documents some thing like, from what I obtain the following commands, renumbering the pages with hindi digits: %%%% The Hindi counter is pagenumstyled %\RequirePackage{arabicnumbers} \newcount\hindcnt \def\pagenumstyled{\afterassignment\dopagenumstyle\hindcnt} \def\dopagenumstyle{\arabicdigits{\number\hindcnt}} \renewcommand{\...

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totcount, like anything that uses information that is only available later in the document, uses auxiliary files to get the final value of counters. That is, at the end of the document, the values of all registered counters are written to an auxiliary file and read in at the beginning of the following TeX run. One consequence of this is that you cannot save ...

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This answer recommended by @Marjin is great. I've made a code for Burmese digits. Save this code with the name burmesedigits.map and then use command teckit_compile burmesedigits. This will give you .tec file. Then try the minimal example given below the code. ; FC ... LHSName "Digits" RHSName "BurmeseDigits" pass(Unicode) U+0030 <> U+1040 ; U+0031 &...

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You're working with the fancyhdr package, with a setup that is designed to show the page number in the upper-right-hand corner of each page. Immediately after \begin{document} you need to issue the instruction \pagenumbering{gobble} to, well, "gobble up" the page numbers before they get printed. Then, on the first "real" page, issue the instructions \...

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