[OS X TeX] theorem names
Alan Munn
amunn at gmx.com
Sat Nov 13 20:34:23 EST 2010
On Nov 13, 2010, at 8:19 PM, George Gratzer wrote:
> Are the numbers the same for definition?
Yes. Definition only changes the font to normalfont.
Alan
>
> So
>
>>
>> \makeatletter
>>
>> \newtheoremstyle{mydefinition}%
>> {}% ⟨Space above⟩
>> {}% ⟨Space below⟩
>> {}% ⟨Body font and note font⟩
>> {}% ⟨Indent amount⟩
>> {\bfseries\thm at notefont{\bfseries}}% ⟨Definition head font⟩
>> {.}% ⟨Punctuation after theorem head⟩
>> {5pt plus1pt minus1pt\relax}% ⟨Space after definition head⟩
>> {}% ⟨Definition head spec (can be left empty, meaning
>> ‘normal’)⟩
>>
>> \makeatother
>
>
> On 2010-11-13, at 7:15 PM, Alan Munn wrote:
>
>> On Nov 13, 2010, at 5:56 PM, George Gratzer wrote:
>>
>>> Allan,
>>>
>>> This is great. Now I would only need the values for
>>> plain and definition to create the new version.
>>
>> Ok. If you leave most of the values blank, you get the defaults.
>> So here's what you need, I think:
>>
>> \makeatletter
>>
>> \newtheoremstyle{mytheorem}%
>> {}% ⟨Space above⟩
>> {}% ⟨Space below⟩
>> {\itshape}% ⟨Body font and note font⟩
>> {}% ⟨Indent amount⟩
>> {\bfseries\thm at notefont{\bfseries}}% ⟨Theorem head font⟩
>> {.}% ⟨Punctuation after theorem head⟩
>> {5pt plus1pt minus1pt\relax}% ⟨Space after theorem head⟩
>> {}% ⟨Theorem head spec (can be left empty, meaning ‘normal’)⟩
>>
>> \makeatother
>>
>> Alan
>>
>>
>>>
>>> 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
>>>>
>>
>> --
>> Alan Munn
>> amunn at gmx.com
>>
>>
>>
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