Interference between atbegshi and hyperref when producing table of contents headings on every page of TOC
thomas.beuthe at cnl.ca
Wed Feb 12 22:58:21 CET 2020
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> Nobody expect "them" to do. Such headers are automatic. You only
> need to ensure that the \tableofcontents/\listoffigures code issues
> the correct code for the headers and that they set the pagestyle
> correctly. You can do this in the code of the template.
> > Just a simple and automatic method that still allows them
> > full normal control over the placement of the TOC, LOF, LOT in the normal way.
> > So unfortunately I have to go with this. I will take my lumps if something goes wrong,
> This doesn't make sense. You will have to add code and adapt the
> template to get the functionality.
> There is no difference if you use headers or atbegshi here. The only
> difference is that the header code will work without breaking other
Alright, you have convinced me!
So perhaps this dicsussion thread is at a good lesson for anyone else looking
at implementing this type of capability in their document or template.
All other solutions I found somehow always suggested messing
around with atbegsgi to implement this capability so I didn't even think
of using headers to do the job. By overloading \tableofcontents, \listoffigures,
and \listoftables this should not be a problem...
Thanks again for your help and advice,
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