> One very useful feature for electronic journals would be the > possibility of putting a separate table of contents in each chapter > of the standard book or report style. Not sure I understand this one... > The chapters could then be used for separate articles in an issue. Sounds good in principle, but in practice the journal styles are so far removed from the standard LaTeX styles that it's more useful to think of them as independent entities, rather than as variants of standard LaTeX styles. However, article is probably closer than book to what is used in most journals. > The motivation for tables of contents is hyperlinks: A hyperlinked > table of contents makes an article more accessible when read > electronically. Seems to me that ONE table of contents per issue would be enough (with links to it from each article/chapter); why the need for a separate TOC in each chapter---or am I confused? > Would this be a reasonable request to make of the latex project? That's for them to say:| -- Phillip Helbig Email ... [log in to unmask] Nuffield Radio Astronomy Laboratories Tel. ..... +44 1477 571 321 (ext. 297) Jodrell Bank Fax ................. +44 1477 571 618 Macclesfield Telex ................. 36149 JODREL G UK-Cheshire SK11 9DL Web .... http://www.jb.man.ac.uk/~pjh/ My opinions are not necessarily those of NRAL or the University of Manchester.