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Date:         Mon, 12 Nov 2001 10:56:03 +0200
Reply-To:     Hebrew TeX list <[log in to unmask]>
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From:         Nadav Har'El <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Re: \@@number in index
In-Reply-To:  <E1634E9-0003Qw-00@rakefet>; from [log in to unmask] on Mon,
              Nov 12, 2001 at 01:41:23AM +0200
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[Note to the mailing list administrator: Is it possible to set up the mailing list to also send me a copy of messages I write to the list? It's quite annoying getting all the messages *except* the ones I send, and never knowing in what order my message appeared relative to other messages] On Mon, Nov 12, 2001, Shaul Karl wrote about "Re: \@@number in index": > Does the following considered having \thepage changed from its usual > LaTeX definition? I do have the problem that Tzafrir has: > > Script started on Mon Nov 12 01:31:22 2001 > [01:31:23 tmp]$ grep \\thepage ~/devel/debian/heblatex/hebrew-latex-1998 > 0301/heblatex/* > grep: /home/shaul/devel/debian/heblatex/hebrew-latex-19980301/heblatex/b > abel: Is a directory > /home/shaul/devel/debian/heblatex/hebrew-latex-19980301/heblatex/hebrew. > dtx: \hfil \pagename{} \thepage\protect\if@rl\endR\fi} <many many more lines snipped> All these things are just \thepage being used... None of them look like they are redfining \thepage. BTW, you can also try searching for @@number instead of \\thepage - maybe you'll end up with less irrelevant finds. > [01:37:56 tmp]$ grep \\thepage ~/devel/debian/heblatex/hebrew-latex-1998 > 0301/heblatex/babel/* > /home/shaul/devel/debian/heblatex/hebrew-latex-19980301/heblatex/babel/b > abel.def: \let\thepage\relax >... No, these don't seem to be it either... As I said I have no idea if the LaTeX 2e support you guys are using really defines \thepage to put @@number on the number: that was my suspicion because this was the problem in the "standard" 2.09 Hebrew support that people were using a few years ago. It will probably take a little more effort to fix this problem then a simple grep, I guess. -- Nadav Har'El | Monday, Nov 12 2001, 26 Heshvan 5762 [log in to unmask] |----------------------------------------- Phone: +972-53-245868, ICQ 13349191 |If the universe is expanding, why can't I |find a parking space?

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