[OS X TeX] damn... how to surpress chapter titles?

mahakk mahakk at das-dock.de
Mon Jul 1 16:21:23 CEST 2002

"Michel Bovani" meinte doch tatsächlich:

>> i'm using the class "report", and when i use
>>   \chapter{How it all started}
>>   \chapter{How it ended}
>> i get
>>   Chapter 1
>>   How it all started
>>   Chapter 2
>>   How it ended
>> but i want it to be
>>   1 How it all started
>>   2 How it ended
>> plus, i want only the chapters' titles to appear in the table of contents,
>> not the "chapter"-prefix.
>> how do i achieve this (scrreport does it right, but i don't like the font
>> for the headings and it won't let me use BOCR and stuff)?
> Just :
> \renewcommand{\chaptername}{} in the preamble of your document.

that doesn't work with babel, obviously. no change. :(

without babel, the output is

    name of chapter

and not

    1 name of chapter

which i'd like to get.
i got a hint using


which makes "chapter 1" disappear, but it doesn't give me

    1 whatever

instead, it just gives me


and it lets the section numbering start at


and not 1.1...

i also tried "\renewcommand{\chapter}{}" just for kicks, but that completely
removes formatting and numbering of chapter titles.

another idea anybody?


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