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How can I number theorems in introduction without section counter and later with it?

I would like to have my theorems numbered in the following way. Theorem 1. Blah-blah Theorem 2. More blah-blah Section 1. Theorem 1.1. Special blah Theorem 1.2. More special ...
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2answers
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Reference entire title of a Theorem, not just its number

Say I have \begin{theorem}\label{thm:Fermat} This is a theorem about Fermat. \end{theorem} and the output is Theorem 5.2. This is a theorem about Fermat. Now I want to reference it by ...
2
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1answer
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How to port this ntheorem solution to amsthm + thmtools?

Is it possible to reproduce this pleasant theorem environment using amsthm and thmtools?
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ntheorem vs. amsthm [duplicate]

As far as i know, these are alternative packages for playing with theorem-like environments. What do you choose and why? What should be the de facto standard? Regarding the same topic, are you ...
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1answer
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Line break after header of theorem environment followed by multicols body causes header-body overlap

I use TeXLive 2011. I use ntheorem and multicol. In a theorem environment, I want the theorem header to be separated from the body by a line break such that the multicols-environment get's that and ...
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Changing `proof` endmark when using `ntheorem` with `thmmarks` and `amsthm` options

Q: Is there an easy way to change the default proof environment endmark (it's normally a funny open square and I'd like to change it to \blacksquare) when using the ntheorem package with the amsthm ...
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`ntheorem` and `thmtools` seem incompatible

I am preparing the setup of the theorem environments for my thesis. I want to do this right before I have say 200 of those environments in my document, since changing them will likely break things at ...
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is it possible to fake the amsart class format?

I often use the amsart documentclass. I like it because it is very compact (it also seems to be an industry standard in my area). What I don't like about it is that I'm not able to use kpfonts or ...
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ntheorem with the [amsthm] option ignores styling of a theorem environment

I'm using ntheorem with the amsthm option, to define a theorem-like environment for stating notes. I should be getting an environment beginning with the word 'Note' in italic font, followed by the ...