[texhax] Make article title appear all in caps --- LaTeX
r.turner at auckland.ac.nz
Fri Jul 15 01:56:55 CEST 2016
On 15/07/16 01:51, Barbara Beeton wrote:
> if there's any possibility of math
> being included in the title, then
> you want to avoid uppercasing that.
Thanks very much for pointing this out. Article titles in ANZJS don't
*usually* contain any mathematical symbols. In fact I had the vague
recollection that this was Journal *policy*, but I checked and could
find no indication of such a policy.
To guard against this possibility I added the line
to the *.cls file and then replaced the "MakeUppercase" (that I had
inserted, following the suggestion made by David Carlisle) by
A bit of experimentation with introducing some mathematics into a title
indicates that this works.
> the amsart.cls file does this. this
> is on both ctan and tex live. if you
> have the latter, texdoc amsclass will
> get you the full documented code.
> (it does also include code for amsbook,
> amsproc, and amsthm, so there's a lot
> to be ignored or sorted through.)
> look in particular for \@maketitle,
> \@settitle, and \uppercasenonmath .
> Thanks for any constructive advice.
> hope this is useful.
Indeed. I got the syntax for defining the MakeTextUppercase command by
following your suggestion. Thanks very much.
P. S. Please let me know if I've done anything stupid/perilous in
implementing my solution as described above.
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