{counters} is about macro writing involving counters. For general questions about numbering document elements, use {numbering}.

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Reproduce the beamer miniframes environment

I would like to reproduce the miniframes features of beamer, with the bullets per section even though it would concern the chapters per part. I need a counter counting the total number of chapters in ...
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Two different counters in chemnum package

Is there any possibility to use two independent counters within the chemnum package? I would like to label (by replacing the tags in my .eps file) substances in reactions and steps in catalytic cycles ...
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ExerciseSelect with counter as key

I would like to use ExcerciseSelect to choose some questions in order to create different assignments. I have more than 140 different questions. Ideally I would like to make something like student 1 ...
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Increasing counter ten by ten in Tcolorbox… and refer good?

I'm writing a book of probability in arabic, using polyglossia, and I want to increase the counter of some of my boxes ten by ten (the cause of this is that the arabic letters are numeroted with ...
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How to solve the error: No counter 'sectionpage' defined

I'm trying to use this answer from a previous question to get frame numbers in a table of content in a beamer presentation made in RStudio with R Markdown and knitr (see file below; in in_header.tex ...
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How to change imakeidx section title without breaking the .ind file creation?

I'm using a macro that messed around with the \section command, breaking \printindex in the process when using imakeidx. I'm pretty sure the problem lies about lines 252-253 in imakeidx.sty: ...