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Changing counters across and within sections

I am making a document with glosses (using package gb4e) and sections. The glosses correspond to certain numbers within certain chapters, but these chapters do not correspond to the sections I'm ...
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How can I combine endfloat and chngcntr?

Is there any way to combine the packages endfloat and chngcntr? I would like to have all tables at the end of the document (with endfloat) and a numbering that includes the section number (e.g., ...
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Table of contents looks bad with package chngcntr

I'm using the package "chngcntr" to restart the chapter count in each part of my work. It's working just fine. However, in the table of contents, the chapters and all other sections numbers overlap ...
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Numbering figures and tables in a problem set

A standard problem set from a physics textbook is divided into sections, with problems numbered sequentially from start to finish (i.e., not resetting in every section). Tables and figures are ...
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Table numbering starts at 2 when chngcntr / \counterwithout used [closed]

I have used the \counterwithout{table}{chapter} to remove the chapter number prefixing from table numbering yet my only table in the document is coming back as '2' I have just done a little debug and ...
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Consecutive caption numbers without chngcntr?

As many before me I need consecutive caption numbers for figures and tables instead of chapter-based numbers like Figure 1.2. I use scrreprt and the caption-package for my document. I also need roman ...
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How to use chngcntr with an enumitem newlist with resume?

With the following M(ish)WE, I expected the numbering of my examples list to be reset at the opening of the second chapter, but it is not. \documentclass{book} \usepackage{chngcntr} ...
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Reference to figures in appendix is not printed properly

When citing a figure in a section in my report body, the reference prints the correct number: Figure\ref{fig:UML} illustrates complexity arising from the non-modularity of the existing design: ...