[texhax] Including glossaries in an enumerated list.
uwe.lueck at web.de
Sun Jul 6 13:20:26 CEST 2014
> I am facing a problem of incorporating glossaries into a list item.
> The glossaries package automatically takes in the section or
> chapter heading. I want neither. I want the glossaries to come
> inside a specifically defined enumerated list.
First redefine \glossarysection according to your preferences. With
you disable it alltogether, then you could start the glossary
entirely according to your own ideas. From the code I guess that
the previous is equivalent to loading glossaries.sty by
Second, (if it doesn't work out of the box, having studied this the
first time myself), search the package documentation for "glossary
styles" (there even is an "inline" style, the documentation suggests
a \renewcommand like the above one for this case).
HTH -- Uwe Lück.
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I am facing a problem of incorporating glossaries into a list item. The glossaries package automatically takes in the section or chapter heading. I want neither. I want the glossaries to come inside a specifically defined enumerated list. Please find attached a minimal example of the problem.
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