Am 20.02.22 um 18:45 schrieb _johnny7_ger--- via lyx-users:
I have almost finished my book and have now begun to add an index. It
works fine, so far, but the page layout of the index is not perfect. I
use fancyhdr and have added (thanks to the LyX Wiki)
in the preamble. Now the first page of the index looks like it should,
giving only the page number.

That is the default for a chapter start, like \printindex: pagestyle
is here _always_ plain! The next page gets the current pagestyle fancy,
if you have it already set.

On the second page, however, the header
shows the index title in uppercase-letters as opposed to my definition
of the pagestyle fancy (small capitals). I tried to write

Witg fancyhdr you can set individually header/footer at any
position in your text. No need for using \markboth


before printing the index to suppress the header but that only has an
effect on the first page of the index, not the following.

How can I control the page layout of the index? If possible I want to
avoid using a style file for makeindex.

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