(j3.2006) 007 formatting

Malcolm Cohen malcolm
Wed Mar 7 03:54:40 EST 2007

```Van Snyder said:
> On Wed, 2007-03-07 at 12:24 +0900, malcolm at nag-j.co.jp wrote:
> > > I've turned off footer labeling altogether in the frontmatter.
> >
> > The contents can have the "clause title" of "Contents",
> > "Foreword" for the Foreword,
> > "Introduction" for the Introduction.
>
> LaTeX wants to put CONTENTS and LIST OF TABLES in caps in the footer.

Ugh.

> Is this what you want?

Well, it's a bit ugly.  I think typesetting has moved on since
the days of capital letters only.  Can we use \cfoot to override
it with "Contents" (and "List of Tables")?  Or something else?

I mean, we have them capitalised correctly (as in just the initial
letters) in the actual headings, so I'm a bit puzzled as to why
it doesn't just take it from there.

>  Foreword and Introduction are subclauses
> (\section, not \chapter) so (trivial) special attention will be needed
> to get these into the footers.