[OS X TeX] enumeration
Nitecki, Zbigniew H.
Zbigniew.Nitecki at tufts.edu
Wed Aug 19 12:36:22 EDT 2020
I apologize for this, which is really an amstex or latex question. I recall once seeing an answer (somewhere) and can’t find it now.
In the amsarticle document style as presently constituted, when you start a list with
the numer of the (first) item gets printed as "(1)"; it used to print as “1.”.
The former, “(1)”, drives me crazy. The latter, “1.”, is what all the “tutorials” online assume happens.
I think I once saw a way to change this back by putting an option into the
document style, or perhaps via some other universal command, but can’t find it now.
I tried a local command, that is, beginning my environment with
and got the error message
./135F20HW1.tex:73: Missing number, treated as zero.
<to be read again>
So how do I restore the old way with a single universal command in the preamble, so I don’t have to change things every time I use the enumerate environment?
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