[OS X TeX] theorem names
George Gratzer
gratzer at me.com
Sat Nov 13 17:56:11 EST 2010
Allan,
This is great. Now I would only need the values for
plain and definition to create the new version.
Thanks.
GG
On 2010-11-13, at 4:46 PM, Alan Munn wrote:
> On Nov 13, 2010, at 4:18 PM, George Gratzer wrote:
>
>> This is the same problem. We need instructions
>> how to create custom theorem styles.
>
> Did my other suggestion not work?
>
> It's true that the documentation of amsthm isn't very clear. Here's an example of making your own theorem style:
>
> \documentclass{article}
> \usepackage{amsthm}
>
> \newtheoremstyle{mytheorem}%
> {3pt}% ⟨Space above⟩
> {3pt}% ⟨Space below⟩
> {\itshape}% ⟨Body font⟩
> {\parindent}% ⟨Indent amount⟩
> {\bfseries}% ⟨Theorem head font⟩
> {.}% ⟨Punctuation after theorem head⟩
> {.5em}% ⟨Space after theorem head⟩
> {Theorem \thetheorem\quad\normalfont(\thmnote{#3})}% ⟨Theorem head spec (can be left empty, meaning ‘normal’)⟩
> \theoremstyle{mytheorem}
> \newtheorem{theorem}{Theorem}
>
> \begin{document}
>
> \section{A section}
>
> \begin{theorem}[Some text]
> \[ \pi
> \]
> \end{theorem}
>
> \end{document}
>
> HTH
>
> Alan
>
>
>>
>> GG
>>
>> On 2010-11-13, at 10:55 AM, André Bellaïche wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Le 13 nov. 2010 à 06:23, George Gratzer a écrit :
>>>
>>>> I use the book document style and load the AMS packages, in particular, amsthm. Therefore,
>>>> theorems with names, e.g.
>>>>
>>>> Theorem 5 (Fundamental theorem of AbelianGroups).
>>>>
>>>> is typeset with
>>>>
>>>> Theorem 5
>>>>
>>>> and the period in bold,
>>>>
>>>> (Fundamental Theorem of AbelianGroups)
>>>>
>>>> not. Of course, it is easy to make
>>>>
>>>> Fundamental Theorem of AbelianGroups
>>>>
>>>> bold, but I would need the parenthesis bold also.
>>>>
>>>> The amslatex distribution has a file called testmath.pdf in
>>>>
>>>> amslatex/doc/latex/amsmath
>>>>
>>>> On p.6 of this file there are two theorems with everything in bold. Unfortunately, there
>>>> is no source provided or explanation given.
>>>>
>>>> Does anybody know the trick?
>>>>
>>>> GG
>>>
>>> I have a similar problem, but different.
>>>
>>> I would like not having the point after the the closing parenthesis in
>>>
>>>> Theorem 5 (Fundamental theorem of AbelianGroups).
>>>
>>> to be typeset in bold.
>>>
>>> Typsetting this point in bold goes against the tradition in typography which says the ponctuation has to use the same font as the preceding text.
>>>
>>> ``Old manuals of style say that the punctuation after a word should be in the same font as that word.'' D. Knuth, The TeXBook, p. 14.
>>>
>>> I have looked in the definitions of amsthm.sty, but I could not a way of changing the font of this point.
>>>
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