It can take me a long time to deal with feature requests for free software, and I can't guarantee that I'll be able to incorporate your request, but when I do a major update for the particular package or application, I'll look into it. Please note, this form is for requesting new features. Don't use it if you simply want to know how to do something. Instead, post your question to a relevant newsgroup, forum or similar site. Before using this form, please consider the following:
- Will the feature be useful for multiple documents or
is it just specific to your document? If the latter, it's
unlikely to be implemented.
New features add to the overall package load and document build time, therefore there needs to be a trade off between available features and efficient running, so only general use features will be considered.
- Can you envisage the feature being activated by a package option or command? In which case, please provide example usage.
- Are you asking "please help me with..." or "how do I do...?" If you are, that isn't a feature request. Please post instead to an appropriate site, such as TeX on StackExchange or The LaTeX Community.
- Are you in a desperate, urgent hurry? Don't waste your time using this form. Post to somewhere like TeX on StackExchange or The LaTeX Community. Alternatively, hire a consultant.
Adding a new feature isn't just a simple matter of inserting a few new lines of code. The package has to be thoroughly tested to ensure the new code doesn't break existing features. For a package with a high number of options (such as glossaries) this can be quite time consuming.
If the relevant class, package or application isn't listed, then it's not open to feature requests. Feature requests for glossaries or datetime2 language modules should be made to the maintainer. If there's no active maintainer, you can volunteer to take over the maintenance using the contact form.
Please check the Feature Tracker to see if your request has already been made.
You may cross-reference another feature request using the "Link to feature request(s)" field (optional).
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