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From: Eric Kouris <styren@wa...>  20040227 11:28:40

Christopher Heckman wrote: >"Eric Kouris" <styren@...> wrote: > > > > I'm using the AMS package and I would like to use the \newtheoremstyle > > command to produce theorems with the bold numbering. The example file > > thmtest.tex doesn't say how do turn the theorem number from normal to >bold. > >Try {{\bf 1}}. Thanks for your help but I don't see how to use it. My question is how do you use set the arguments in the command \newtheoremstyle The file amsclass.dtx gives the following description but not a single example :((( Which argument do you change to have bold theorem number? % #1 % \newtheoremstyle{NAME}% % #2 #3 #4 % {ABOVESPACE}{BELOWSPACE}{BODYFONT}% % #5 #6 #7 #8 % {INDENT}{HEADFONT}{HEADPUNCT}{HEADSPACE}% % #9 % {CUSTOMHEADSPEC} Thanks in advance, Eric 
From: Eric Kouris <styren@wa...>  20040229 09:45:04

Christopher Heckman wrote: >"Eric Kouris" <styren@...> wrote: > > > > Christopher Heckman wrote: > > > > >"Eric Kouris" <styren@...> wrote: > > > > > > > > I'm using the AMS package and I would like to use the \newtheoremstyle > > > > command to produce theorems with the bold numbering. The example file > > > > thmtest.tex doesn't say how do turn the theorem number from normal > to bold. > > > > > >Try {{\bf 1}}. > > > > Thanks for your help but I don't see how to use it. > >If you're numbering the theorems manually, this will give you a bold 1. If >you want a bold theorem number with automatic theoremnumbering, you'd >probably have to go in and change amsclass.tex itself. > > > My question is how do you use set the arguments in the command > \newtheoremstyle > > > > The file amsclass.dtx gives the following description but not a > single > example :((( > > Which argument do you change to have bold theorem number? > > > > > > % #1 > > % \newtheoremstyle{NAME}% > > % #2 #3 #4 > > % {ABOVESPACE}{BELOWSPACE}{BODYFONT}% > > % #5 #6 #7 #8 > > % {INDENT}{HEADFONT}{HEADPUNCT}{HEADSPACE}% > > % #9 > > % {CUSTOMHEADSPEC} > >Try checking the following page (I googled for newtheoremstyle, to find >this link): I should have try it first! Shame on me! >http://www.stat.umn.edu/~charlie/amslatex.html#theorem > >It looks like you get a bold theorem number (but not theorem name) by using >{\thmname{#1}\thmnumber{ {\bf #2}}\thmnote{ (#3)}} as CUSTOMHEADSPEC. >More explicitly, try: > >\newtheoremstyle{boldthmnum}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{\thmname{#1}\thmnumber{ {\bf > #2}}\thmnote{ (#3)}} Precisely what I was looking for! You're much more helpful than the AMS support team :) Thanks again! Eric Kouris 
From: Proginoskes <proginoskes@em...>  20040228 06:36:04

"Eric Kouris" <styren@...> wrote: > > Christopher Heckman wrote: > > > >"Eric Kouris" <styren@...> wrote: > > > > > > I'm using the AMS package and I would like to use the \newtheoremstyle > > > command to produce theorems with the bold numbering. The example file > > > thmtest.tex doesn't say how do turn the theorem number from normal to bold. > > > >Try {{\bf 1}}. > > Thanks for your help but I don't see how to use it. If you're numbering the theorems manually, this will give you a bold 1. If you want a bold theorem number with automatic theoremnumbering, you'd probably have to go in and change amsclass.tex itself. > My question is how do you use set the arguments in the command \newtheoremstyle > > The file amsclass.dtx gives the following description but not a single > example :((( > Which argument do you change to have bold theorem number? > > > % #1 > % \newtheoremstyle{NAME}% > % #2 #3 #4 > % {ABOVESPACE}{BELOWSPACE}{BODYFONT}% > % #5 #6 #7 #8 > % {INDENT}{HEADFONT}{HEADPUNCT}{HEADSPACE}% > % #9 > % {CUSTOMHEADSPEC} Try checking the following page (I googled for newtheoremstyle, to find this link): http://www.stat.umn.edu/~charlie/amslatex.html#theorem It looks like you get a bold theorem number (but not theorem name) by using {\thmname{#1}\thmnumber{ {\bf #2}}\thmnote{ (#3)}} as CUSTOMHEADSPEC. More explicitly, try: \newtheoremstyle{boldthmnum}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{\thmname{#1}\thmnumber{ {\bf #2}}\thmnote{ (#3)}}  Christopher Heckman 