1 Dec 2003 06:09

### Help on modifying on Indexname requested

Hello List Members,

Presently I am doing a Ph.D. dissertation of Law. One of the requirement is that all cases should be typeset
in bold letters. I accomplished this with the following:

\newcommand{\case}[1]{\textbf{#1}}

Another requirement is that there will be a 'List of Cases' showing alphabetically all the cases referred
to in the dissertation. I accomplished this by modifying the above as follows:

\newcommand{\case}[1]{\textbf{#1}\index{#1}}

When I generated the Index it is coming in two columns (which is the default). I want the list in a single
column like Contents, i.e., Sl. No. Case and Page No. I tried to modify the index command with
\renewcommand which I could not accomplish.

Likewise I wanted to change the name of 'Index' to 'List of Cases' with \renewcommand{\indexname}. Here
also I faced problem.

Help in this regard is highly appreciated.

duvvUri vENugOpAl

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1 Dec 2003 14:24

### Re: Help on modifying on Indexname requested

On Mon, Dec 01, 2003 at 05:09:24hrs -0000, Duvvuri Venu Gopal wrote:

> Another requirement is that there will be a 'List of Cases' showing
> alphabetically all the cases referred to in the dissertation. I
> accomplished this by modifying the above as follows:
>
> \newcommand{\case}[1]{\textbf{#1}\index{#1}}

It is not clear from above whether you have already tried the ff. solution,
but, if you have not, it is worth a try.

Copy all the lines that define the figure' environment from, say,
article.cls to your file and change it to your favourite name for cases.
That should generate a .loc () file. You can include it by
modifying the commands for \listoffigures to suit you.

On the other hand the FAQ may throw up a link to a style file that does
this.

Manoj.
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2 Dec 2003 07:12

### Re: Re: Help on modifying on Indexname requested


On Mon, 01 Dec 2003 Manoj Kummini wrote :
>On Mon, Dec 01, 2003 at 05:09:24hrs -0000, Duvvuri Venu Gopal wrote:
>
> > Another requirement is that there will be a 'List of Cases' showing
> > alphabetically all the cases referred to in the dissertation. I
> > accomplished this by modifying the above as follows:
> >
> > \newcommand{\case}[1]{\textbf{#1}\index{#1}}
>
>It is not clear from above whether you have already tried the ff. solution,
>but, if you have not, it is worth a try.

I already tried and it is working. The problems are (1) the heading is to be changed to "List of Cases" instead
of Index', (2) The list is coming in two columns which should be in a single column.

>Copy all the lines that define the figure' environment from, say,
>article.cls to your file and change it to your favourite name for cases.
>That should generate a .loc () file. You can include it by
>modifying the commands for \listoffigures to suit you.

I will try it. But the problem may be for 'lot' it looks for \caption in the table environment. But I have not
created any case environment.

>On the other hand the FAQ may throw up a link to a style file that does
>this.

Thanking you,

duvvUri vENugOpAl


2 Dec 2003 18:46

### Re: Re: Help on modifying on Indexname requested

On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 06:12:34hrs -0000, Duvvuri Venu Gopal wrote:

> On Mon, 01 Dec 2003 Manoj Kummini wrote :
>
> [...]
>
> >Copy all the lines that define the figure' environment from, say,
> >article.cls to your file and change it to your favourite name for cases.
> >That should generate a .loc () file. You can include it by
> >modifying the commands for \listoffigures to suit you.
>
> I will try it. But the problem may be for 'lot' it looks for \caption in
> the table environment. But I have not created any case environment.

The only thing \caption does vis-a-vis the list of figures is an

Does your set of cases mostly contain text, with inline maths? Then you
might be able to tinker with enumerate to get a solution. Tweak \item to

Manoj.

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4 Dec 2003 12:21

### RE: Gif files

Dear All,

with regards,
suresh

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4 Dec 2003 12:26

### numbered description environment


Hello,

How do I create a new env. where I can have numbered descriptions?
I want an "enumerated description" environment instead of doing

\begin{enumerate}
\item \textbf(text1} more text
\item \textbf(text2} more text
\item \textbf(text3} more text
\end{enumerate}

Is there some latex code to do it?

regards,
Sivaram

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6 Dec 2003 04:44

### RE: RE: Giff format files

Dear All,

I want to load Giff format files into LaTeX-2e. Do we have any suppporting
packages for this?

with regards,
suresh
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6 Dec 2003 08:33

### reg. supporting

Dear all,

Which languages, package etc. supporting to LaTeX. Then LaTeX DVI (etc.)
file what uses any other software, etc. ?? Please clear my doubt about.

Karthikeyan


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6 Dec 2003 14:27

### Re: reg. supporting


On Sat, 06 Dec 2003 Karthikeyan. P wrote :
>Which languages, package etc. supporting to LaTeX. Then LaTeX DVI (etc.)
>file what uses any other software, etc. ?? Please clear my doubt about.
>
>Karthikeyan

Question is not clear.

All European languages are supported by TeX/LaTeX. Indian Languages - you have to input in English - then
you will get the output in the concerned language. You have to use Itrans or other packages for this.

DVI file cannot be used by other software. It is just like a PDF file. the difference is to view/print a DVI
file you need a DVI driver like WinDVI or xdvi or KDVI (in Unix/Linux) and to view a PDF file you need Adobe
Acrobat reader. You can also produce a PDF file using LaTeX , i.e., pdftex or pdfLaTeX.

vENugOpAl

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6 Dec 2003 14:34

### Re: RE: RE: Giff format files


On Sat, 06 Dec 2003 Suresh A.L wrote :

>I want to load Giff format files into LaTeX-2e. Do we have any suppporting
>packages for this?

On googling I found 'gif2eps'. Or you can use ImageMagik etc. to convert to eps.

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