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ID:34 🔗
Status:Closed (Fixed)
Submitted by:Karl
Date:2013-07-26 10:41:55
Summary:smallcaps option won't allow aac acronym


Using [acronym,smallcaps] option breaks acronyms starting with two letters the same, such as
\newacronym{AAC}{aac}{augmentative and alternative communication}
augmentative and alternative communicationc



\newacronym{AAC}{aac}{augmentative and alternative communication}


This is the call to the \gls{AAC}



This bug is now fixed in version 3.09a (experimental release). Once the new version has stabilized I'll upload it to CTAN.

Update 2013-11-14

I've now uploaded glossaries version 4.0 to CTAN.


Comment from Calum
Date: 2013-08-09 13:41:05 CDT

Awkward workaround:

\newacronym{AAC}{$\mathrm{\textsc{aac}}$}{augmentative and alternative communication}

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