Monique Semp wrote on 22.09.2016 at 01:02:
> Hello, Doxygen users,
> (Doxygen 1.8.10, Windows 7)
> Is there a way to create in essence an alias for the \warning command?
> I’m looking to create a “Memory Usage” style for flagging memory issues,
> and it’d be ideal if I could simply change the “Warning” label/text to
> say, “Memory Usage”. (And bonus if I could change the red color to some
> other color.)
> One method is to use the \xrefitem and alias to customize the output
> text and styling, but I haven’t found a way to omit the consolidated
> page (the one that lists all the \xrefitem instances) from the output.
> And I don’t want a consolidated page of all “memory usage” notes.
> Thanks,
> -Monique

Hello Monique

If you like to omit the auto-generated consolidated page (created by 
\xrefitem), then all you want seems to be a simple paragraph with 
headline "Memory Usage", do you?

Then just make your own \memory (or @memory) command, as explained in 
the comments inside the configuration file:

ALIAS = "memory=@par Memory Usage:\n"


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