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ID113
StatusClosed (Fixed)
Categoryglossaries-extra
Version1.06
SummaryRestoreAcronyms throw errors Undefined control sequence \gls

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From tex.stackexchange.com/questions/324763/restoreacronyms-throw-errors-undefined-control-sequence-gls Hello, when using \RestoreAcronyms from glossaries-extra all \gls works as previously in glossaries but I get "Undefined control sequence \gls" errors MWE:
\documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{memoir}
\usepackage{glossaries-extra}
\RestoreAcronyms
\newacronym{label}{acronyme}{Definition}
\newacronym[plural={acronyme pluriel},first={texte à afficher à la première occurrence},firstplural={idem, mais au pluriel}]{label2}{acronyme}{Définition}
\makeglossaries
\begin{document}
\gls{label} foo
\gls{label} foo
\gls{label2} foo
\gls{label2} foo
\printglossary
\end{document}
My ultimate goal was to use \Glsfmtfull in headings as recommended but keeping the same behaviour of acronyms defined with \newacronym{label}{acronyme}{Definition} : in glossaries-extra without RestoreAcronyms, label (from my MWE) will never be seen "full (short)" at first display but label2 yes. I rather prefer to don't change my whole glossary file! Thank you for reading

flop25

MWE

\documentclass[a4paper, titlepage, 12pt]{memoir}

%\usepackage[toc=false]{glossaries}
\usepackage{glossaries-extra}
\RestoreAcronyms
%\setabbreviationstyle{long-short-sc}

\newacronym{label}{acronyme}{Définition}
\newacronym[plural={acronyme pluriel},first={texte à afficher à la première occurrence},firstplural={idem, mais au pluriel}]{label2}{acronyme}{Définition}
\makeglossaries




\begin{document}
\gls{label} bla

\gls{label} de 


\gls{label} sqedgf

\gls{label2} bla

\gls{label2} de 


\gls{label2} sqedgf


\printglossary
\end{document}

Evaluation

Bug fixed in version 1.07 (2016-08-15). However, \RestoreAcronyms is incompatible with \Glsfmtfull. I recommend you just use
\setabbreviationstyle[acronym]{long-short-sc}
instead of
\RestoreAcronyms

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