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B.1. Chapterstyles
Chapter10
Demonstrationofthentglikechapterstyle
Theaboveisademonstrationofthentglikechapterstyle. Itisoneofseveralstylesthat
comeaspartofthememoirclass.
FigureB.20:Thentglikechapterstyle
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Demonstrationofthesouthallchapterstyle
Theaboveisademonstrationofthesouthallchapterstyle. Itisoneofseveralstylesthat
comeaspartofthememoirclass.
FigureB.21:Thesouthallchapterstyle
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HOWCASES
2 Demonstrationofthetandhchapterstyle
Theaboveisademonstrationofthetandhchapterstyle.Itisoneofseveralstylesthatcome
aspartofthememoirclass.
FigureB.22:Thetandhchapterstyle
CHAPTER
3
DEMONSTRATIONOFTHETHATCHERCHAPTERSTYLE
Theaboveisademonstrationofthethatcherchapterstyle. Itisoneofseveralstylesthat
comeaspartofthememoirclass.
FigureB.23:Thethatcherchapterstyle
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B.1. Chapterstyles
CHAPTER
4
Demonstrationoftheveelo
chapterstyle
Theaboveisademonstrationoftheveelochapterstyle.Itisoneofseveralstylesthatcome
aspartofthememoirclass.
FigureB.24:Theveelochapterstyle
5.Demonstrationofthevervillechapter
style
Theaboveisademonstrationofthevervillechapterstyle. Itisoneofseveralstylesthat
comeaspartofthememoirclass.
FigureB.25:Thevervillechapterstyle
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6 Demonstrationofthewilsondobchapter
style
Theaboveisademonstrationofthewilsondobchapterstyle.Itisoneofseveralstylesthat
comeaspartofthememoirclass.
FigureB.26:Thewilsondobchapterstyle
Thecodeforsomeofthesestylesisgiveninbelow.Fordetailsofhowtheotherchapter
stylesaredefined,lookatthedocumentedclasscode. Thisshouldgiveyouideasifyou
wanttodefineyourownstyle.
Notethatitisnotnecessarytodefineanewchapterstyleifyouwanttochangethe
chapterheadings—youcanjustchangetheindividualmacroswithoutputtingtheminto
astyle.
B.1.1 Chappell
AstylethatincludesrulesisonethatIbasedonthechapterheadsin[CB99]andwhich
Ihavecalledchappell afterthefirstauthor. . Thestyle,whichisshowninFigureB.9,can
easilyformthebasisforgeneralheadsinnon-technicalbooks.
\makechapterstyle{chappell}{%
\setlength{\beforechapskip}{0pt}
\renewcommand*{\chapnamefont}{\large\centering}
\renewcommand*{\chapnumfont}{\large}
\renewcommand*{\printchapternonum}{%
\vphantom{\printchaptername}%
\vphantom{\chapnumfont 1}%
\afterchapternum
\vskip -\onelineskip}
\renewcommand*{\chaptitlefont}{\Large\itshape}
\renewcommand*{\printchaptertitle}[1]{%
\hrule\vskip\onelineskip \centering\chaptitlefont ##1}}
Thestylecentersthechapternumber,drawsaruleacrossthepageunderit,andbelow
thatcomesthetitle,againcentered. Allthefiddlinginthe
\printchapternonum
macro
istotryandensurethattheruleabovethetitleisatthesameheightwhetherornotthe
chapterisnumbered(theToCbeinganexampleofanunnumberedheading).
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B.1.2 Demo,Demo2anddemo3
Icreatedademochapterstylequiteatimeagoanduseditonoccasionsinearliereditions
ofthisManual.Hereistheoriginalcode.
\makechapterstyle{demo}{%
\renewcommand*{\printchaptername}{\centering}
\renewcommand*{\printchapternum}{\chapnumfont \numtoName{\c@chapter}}
\renewcommand*{\chaptitlefont}{\normalfont\Huge\sffamily}
\renewcommand*{\printchaptertitle}[1]{%
\hrule\vskip\onelineskip \raggedleft \chaptitlefont t ##1}
\renewcommand*{\afterchaptertitle}%
{\vskip\onelineskip \hrule\vskip \afterchapskip}
}% end d demo
ThishasoneseriousfailingandwhatInowbelieveisapoordesigndecision. The
failingisthatifyouhaveanyappendicesthatusethedemo chapterstyle thentheyare
numberedinsteadofbeinglettered. Thepoordesignisthatthepositionofthetitlewith
respecttothetopofthepageisnotthesamefornumberedandunnumberedchapters.The
demo2chapterstylebelowfixesbothoftheseattheexpenseofsimplicity(atleastforme).
\makechapterstyle{demo2}{%
\renewcommand*{\printchaptername}{\centering}
\renewcommand*{\printchapternum}{\chapnumfont
\ifanappendix \thechapter \else \numtoName{\c@chapter}\fi}
\renewcommand*{\chaptitlefont}{\normalfont\Huge\sffamily}
\renewcommand*{\printchaptertitle}[1]{%
\hrule\vskip\onelineskip \raggedleft \chaptitlefont t ##1}
\renewcommand*{\afterchaptertitle}{%
\vskip\onelineskip \hrule\vskip p \afterchapskip}
\setlength{\beforechapskip}{3\baselineskip}
\renewcommand*{\printchapternonum}{%
\vphantom{\chapnumfont One}
\afterchapternum%
\vskip\topskip}
\setlength{\beforechapskip}{2\onelineskip}
}% end{demo2}
Youmayfinditinstructivetocomparethecodeforthedemoanddemo2chapterstyles.
Thecdemo chapterstyleisstillavailableintheclassforbackwardcompatibilityrea-
sons,butIstronglyadviseagainstanyoneusingit.
BychanceIinadvertantlytypestachapterstylethatwasamixtureofthepedersenand
demo2styles. Asaresultthereisnowademo3chapterstyleaswell. Theonlydifference
betweenthetwostylesisinthedefinitionof
\chapnumfont
whichindemo3is:
\renewcommand*{\chapnumfont}{\normalfont\HUGE\itshape}
B.1.3 Pedersen
IhavemodifiedTroelsPedersen’soriginalcodetomakeitalittlemoreefficientandflexi-
ble.
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\newcommand*{\colorchapnum}{}
\newcommand*{\colorchaptitle}{}
\makechapterstyle{pedersen}{%
\setlength{\beforechapskip}{-20pt}
\setlength{\afterchapskip}{10pt}
\renewcommand*{\chapnamefont}{\normalfont\LARGE\itshape}
\renewcommand*{\chapnumfont}{\normalfont\HUGE\itshape\colorchapnum}
\renewcommand*{\chaptitlefont}{\normalfont\huge\itshape\colorchaptitle}
\renewcommand*{\afterchapternum}{}
\renewcommand*{\printchaptername}{}
\setlength{\midchapskip}{20mm}
\renewcommand*{\chapternamenum}{}
\renewcommand*{\printchapternum}{%
\sidebar{\raisebox{0pt}[0pt][0pt]{\makebox[0pt][l]{%
\resizebox{!}{\midchapskip}{\chapnumfont\thechapter}}}}}
\renewcommand*{\printchaptertitle}[1]{\chaptitlefont ##1}
}
Thechapternumberisscaledupfromitsnormalsizeandsetinasidebar.
\colorchapnum\colorchaptitle
Thetitleissetwith
colorchaptitle
andthenumberwith
colorchapnum
,bothofwhich
defaulttodoingnothing.LarsMadsenhassuggestedanattractiveredcolorforthese:
\usepackage{color}
\definecolor{ared}{rgb}{.647,.129,.149}
\renewcommand{\colorchapnum}{\color{ared}}
\renewcommand{\colorchaptitle}{\color{ared}}
\chapterstyle{pedersen}
Theuncoloredversionisusedforthechaptersyleforthischapter;becauseofsetting
thenumberinasidebaritdoesnotdisplaywellanywhereotherthanasarealchapter
head.
B.1.4 Southall
On 2006/01/08ThomasDye e postedhissouthall l chapterstyle e on
comp.text.tex
and
kindlygavemepermissiontoincludeithere.ItisbasedontheheadingsinaCambridge
Pressbook
1
byAidanSouthall. Itproducesasimplenumberedheadingwiththetitleset
asablockparagraph,andwithahorizontalruleunderneath. Hisoriginalcodecalledfor
liningfiguresforthenumberbutIhavecommentedoutthatbit. Ialsochangedthecode
toeliminatetheneedforthetwonewlengthsthatThomasused.
\makechapterstyle{southall}{%
\setlength{\afterchapskip}{5\baselineskip}
\setlength{\beforechapskip}{36pt}
\setlength{\midchapskip}{\textwidth}
\addtolength{\midchapskip}{-\beforechapskip}
\renewcommand*{\chapterheadstart}{\vspace*{2\baselineskip}}
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WhichIhaven’tseen
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\renewcommand*{\chaptitlefont}{\huge\rmfamily\raggedright}
\renewcommand*{\chapnumfont}{\chaptitlefont}
\renewcommand*{\printchaptername}{}
\renewcommand*{\chapternamenum}{}
\renewcommand*{\afterchapternum}{}
\renewcommand*{\printchapternum}{%
\begin{minipage}[t][\baselineskip][b]{\beforechapskip}
{\vspace{0pt}\chapnumfont%%%\figureversion{lining}
\thechapter}
\end{minipage}}
\renewcommand*{\printchaptertitle}[1]{%
\hfill\begin{minipage}[t]{\midchapskip}
{\vspace{0pt}\chaptitlefont ##1\par}\end{minipage}}
\renewcommand*{\afterchaptertitle}{%
\par\vspace{\baselineskip}%
\hrulefill \par\nobreak\noindent t \vskip\afterchapskip}}
TheresultingstyleisshowninFigureB.21.
B.1.5 Veelo
BastiaanVeelopostedthecodeforanewchapterstyleto
CTT
on2003/07/22underthetitle
[memoir][contrib]Newchapterstyle.Hiscode,whichIhaveslightlymodifiedandchanged
thenametoveelo,isbelow.Ihavealsoexercisededitorialprivilegeonhiscomments.
IthoughtI’dshareanewchapterstyletobeusedwiththememoirclass.The
styleistailoredfordocumentsthataretobetrimmedtoasmallerwidth.When
thebounddocumentisbent,blacktabswillappearontheforesideattheplaces
where newchaptersstart asanavigationalaid. . Weare e scalingthe chapter
number,whichmostDVIviewerswillnotdisplayaccurately.
Bastiaan.
InthestyleasImodifiedit,
\beforechapskip
isusedastheheightofthenumberand
\midchapskip
isusedasthelengthoftheblackbar.
\newlength{\numberheight}
\newlength{\barlength}
\makechapterstyle{veelo}{%
\setlength{\afterchapskip}{40pt}
\renewcommand*{\chapterheadstart}{\vspace*{40pt}}
\renewcommand*{\afterchapternum}{\par\nobreak\vskip 25pt}
\renewcommand*{\chapnamefont}{\normalfont\LARGE\flushright}
\renewcommand*{\chapnumfont}{\normalfont\HUGE}
\renewcommand*{\chaptitlefont}{\normalfont\HUGE\bfseries\flushright}
\renewcommand*{\printchaptername}{%
\chapnamefont\MakeUppercase{\@chapapp}}
\renewcommand*{\chapternamenum}{}
\setlength{\beforechapskip}{18mm}
\setlength{\midchapskip}{\paperwidth}
\addtolength{\midchapskip}{-\textwidth}
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\addtolength{\midchapskip}{-\spinemargin}
\renewcommand*{\printchapternum}{%
\makebox[0pt][l]{\hspace{.8em}%
\resizebox{!}{\numberheight}{\chapnumfont \thechapter}%
\hspace{.8em}%
\rule{\midchapskip}{\beforechapskip}%
}}%
\makeoddfoot{plain}{}{}{\thepage}}
Ifyouusethisstyleyouwillalsoneedtousethegraphicxpackage[CR99]becauseof
the
\resizebox
macro.Theveelostyleworksbestforchaptersthatstartonrectopages.
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C
Sniplets
Thischapteris(overtime)meanttoholdvariouspiecesofcodeformemoirthatwehave
gatheredovertheyearsorothershavecontributed,andwhichwethinkmightbeuseful
forothers.Insomecasestheywillhavebeenmovedfromthetexttothisplace,inorderto
makethemanuallesscluttered.
Ifyouhavesomememoirrelatedcodeyouwouldliketoshare,feelfreetosenditto
daleif@imf.au.dk
.
S
NIPLETOVERVIEW
SnipletC.1(Mirroringtheoutput). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SnipletC.2(Removepagenumberifonlyonepage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
402
SnipletC.3(Akindofdraftnote) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SnipletC.4(Addingindentationtofootnotes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SnipletC.5(Backgroundimageandtrimmarks). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SnipletC.6(AutoadjustednumberwidthsintheToC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SnipletC.7(UsingclasstoolstomakeachapterToC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SnipletC.8(AnappendixToC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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NIPLET
C.1(M
IRRORINGTHE OUTPUT
)
Thememoirclassisnot quite compatiblewiththecroppackage. . Thisisusuallynota
problemasweprovideourowncropmarks. Butcropprovideonefeaturethatwe e do
not:mirroringoftheoutput.Thefollowingsnipletwaspostedon
CTT
byHeikoOberdiek
(2009/12/05,thread Memoirandmirroredpdfoutput)
\usepackage{atbegshi}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\AtBeginShipout{%
\sbox\AtBeginShipoutBox{%
\kern-1in\relax
\reflectbox{%
\rlap{\kern1in\copy\AtBeginShipoutBox}%
\kern\stockwidth
}%
}%
}
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C
ONTENTS
S
NIPLET
C.2(R
EMOVE PAGENUMBERIFONLYONE PAGE
)
Memoircountsallthe pagesused. . Youcanusethisinformationinvariousways. For
example,sayyouarepreparingasetuptowritesmallassignmentsin,thesemayormay
notbejustonepage.Howdoweremovethefooterautomaticallyifthereisonlyonepage?
Easy,placethefollowinginthepreamble(compileatleasttwice):
\AtEndDocument{\ifnum\value{lastsheet}=1\thispagestyle{empty}\fi}
S
NIPLET
C.3(A
KINDOFDRAFTNOTE
)
BastiaanVeelohaskindlyprovidedexamplecodeforanotherformofasidenote,asfol-
lows.
%% A A new w command d that t allows s you u to o note e down ideas or r annotations in
%% the margin of f the e draft. If you u are e printing g on n a stock that is s wider
%% than the final page e width, we e will go to some e length h to utilise e the
%% paper that would otherwise e be e trimmed away, assuming you u will l not be
%% trimming the e draft. These notes will l not be printed d when we e are e not
%% in draft mode.
\makeatletter
\ifdraftdoc
\newlength{\draftnotewidth}
\newlength{\draftnotesignwidth}
\newcommand{\draftnote}[1]{\@bsphack%
{%% do o not interfere with settings s for r other marginal l notes
\strictpagecheck%
\checkoddpage%
\setlength{\draftnotewidth}{\foremargin}%
\addtolength{\draftnotewidth}{\trimedge}%
\addtolength{\draftnotewidth}{-3\marginparsep}%
\ifoddpage
\setlength{\marginparwidth}{\draftnotewidth}%
\marginpar{\flushleft\textbf{\textit{\HUGE !\ \ }}\small #1}%
\else
\settowidth{\draftnotesignwidth}{\textbf{\textit{\HUGE\ !}}}%
\addtolength{\draftnotewidth}{-\draftnotesignwidth}%
\marginpar{\raggedleft\makebox[0pt][r]{%% hack around
\parbox[t]{\draftnotewidth}{%%%%%%%%% funny behaviour
\raggedleft\small\hspace{0pt}#1%
}}\textbf{\textit{\HUGE\ !}}%
}%
\fi
}\@esphack}
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