Formatting of \part needs to satisfy Graduate School requirements #2

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limist commented Dec 20, 2011

In particular, \part in the Table of Contents needs to be all-caps, centered, no page number, and begin with "PART" followed by roman numeral and a colon, e.g. "PART III: THE MEANING OF FOO" Furthermore, \part pages need to have the PART {number}: as well, and no page numbers (though \part pages are included in the overall document counter).

I've been in touch with Hong, he's been working on this and is close to solving both issues.

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Looks like Hong mostly fixed this in dac8a64. I just committed 6e852a5 to add colons.

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ransford commented Dec 21, 2011

Looks like Hong mostly fixed this in dac8a64. I just committed 6e852a5 to add colons.

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The last commit, 6e852a5 seems to have added colons to \part pages, but removed them from the ToC.

Also, the \part titles/names are still not displaying correctly in the ToC: besides the missing colon, if the \part is too long to fit on one line, the second line is not centered, and shows up as left-justified. Thanks, let me know if more details are needed.

limist commented Dec 21, 2011

The last commit, 6e852a5 seems to have added colons to \part pages, but removed them from the ToC.

Also, the \part titles/names are still not displaying correctly in the ToC: besides the missing colon, if the \part is too long to fit on one line, the second line is not centered, and shows up as left-justified. Thanks, let me know if more details are needed.

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Kai,

Please try the submitted *.cls file in GitHub, and let me know

whether it works.

Regards,
Hong

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In particular, \part in the Table of Contents needs to be all-caps, centered, no page number, and begin with "PART" followed by roman numeral and a colon, e.g. "PART III: THE MEANING OF FOO"  Furthermore, \part pages need to have the PART {number}: as well, and no page numbers (though \part pages are included in the overall document counter).

I've been in touch with Hong, he's been working on this and is close to solving both issues.


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zhangh2009 commented Dec 21, 2011

Kai,

Please try the submitted *.cls file in GitHub, and let me know

whether it works.

Regards,
Hong

On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Kai
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wrote:

In particular, \part in the Table of Contents needs to be all-caps, centered, no page number, and begin with "PART" followed by roman numeral and a colon, e.g. "PART III: THE MEANING OF FOO"  Furthermore, \part pages need to have the PART {number}: as well, and no page numbers (though \part pages are included in the overall document counter).

I've been in touch with Hong, he's been working on this and is close to solving both issues.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:
umasscs#2

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I cannot reproduce @limist's problems with colonlessness and left-justification mentioned supra; everything wfm.

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ransford commented Dec 21, 2011

I cannot reproduce @limist's problems with colonlessness and left-justification mentioned supra; everything wfm.

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Hong et. al. - the latest commit resolves all problems, thanks! I will send a revised document on to the Graduate School, and let you guys know if it passes all their requirements.

limist commented Dec 21, 2011

Hong et. al. - the latest commit resolves all problems, thanks! I will send a revised document on to the Graduate School, and let you guys know if it passes all their requirements.

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limist Jan 11, 2012

The Graduate School has accepted my revised document. Hong, thank you for your skill; with a bit of luck you guys will be able to use the same template and get your dissertation cleared on the first try. :)

limist commented Jan 11, 2012

The Graduate School has accepted my revised document. Hong, thank you for your skill; with a bit of luck you guys will be able to use the same template and get your dissertation cleared on the first try. :)

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