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Format reference to items in nested list with cleveref

I'm using the cleveref package to format references in my documents. However I am having difficulties implementing different formats for labels referring to enumerate-lists, in particular nested list. ...
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Enumerate level 2 reference format

In the following example, when I refer the enumerate level 2, it comes out 2a instead of 2 (a). How can I change that? \begin{document} \maketitle \begin{abstract} \end{abstract} \section{} ...
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How to refer a particular item in enumthm

I tried to use LaTeX to write a definition. It looks good but is there another way to avoid hard-coded (d)-item in the last item? \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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Strange output of \getrefnumber (refcount package) with custom enumeration

Can someone help my why are the two warning messages different syntactically (when they seem to be generated the same way)? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \usepackage{refcount} ...
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Can I include the last index inside the label of an enumeration?

Can I achieve something like this with automatic numbering? Examples: 1 of 93: Example one 2 of 93: Example two ... 92 of 93: Example ninety-two 93 of 93: Example ninety-three I can ...
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enumitem: referencing items in enumerate

Say we have a huge document with many sections, subsections, and subsubsections. In a few of these sections, we have enumerated environments. The package I am using is enumitem. One of the ...
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Referencing enumerated observations in proof

I am writing a rather complicated proof (graph theory/algorithmics), which contains a number of listed observations that are going to be referenced later in the course of the proof. The observations ...
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Format \ref output from enumeration item to not include section name

I'm referencing items in an enumerated list from another document (requirements.tex). I can do that, but I get extraneous information I haven't been able to remove. Requirements.tex: ...
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Cross Reference Enumeration from a Different Document

I'm working on a Design document that is based on a Requirements document that is subject to change. The Design document must reference Requirements in an enumerated list from the Requirements ...
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Customizing enumerate item label

I have a list that looks like follows: 1 (a) Red Apple (b) Blue Apple 2 (a) Red Orange (b) Blue Orange I want to say "(a) implies (b)." So I label items as follows: \begin{enumerate} \item ...
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Intelligent way to autoref / label enumerations

I want to automatically label and reference a enumeration of functional requirements. The labeling works, but I can't reference the list items via \ref{REQ1} etc. ...
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How to refer to the number of an item in an enumerate environment inside a theorem

I have something that looks like this: \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{thm} The following are true: \begin{enumerate} \item \label{foo} Foo \item \label{bar} Bar \item \label{baz} Baz ...
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referencing an item from enumerate in an article calss

I misspoke I meant I used enumerate not cases sorry. Is it possible to reference a case? I have \begin{enumerate} and then cases 1 to 4 where each case is a rather detailed. I would like the refer ...
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Latex Enumerated List referencing

In latex, when I'm trying to cross reference an item from an enumerated list, instead of getting 6.3, I'm getting 66.3, My list is a normal list just like any other, only I'm declaring the codes ...
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Referencing in multienum package

Can you reference the counter when using the multienum package? See MWE below: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{multienum} \begin{document} \begin{multienumerate} ...
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cross-reference with second level items

In the following situation \begin{enumerate} \item \begin{enumerate} \item \label{ii} \item \end{enumerate} \item \end{enumerate} Item \ref{ii} I obtain in the output (a) (b) 2. ...
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Redefine label in enumerate list

First: Some days ago I posted this question on The LaTeX Community but I have not gotten an answer so I post it here. Consider the following MWE: \documentclass[danish]{article} \usepackage{babel} ...
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Link enumerate item to subsection

I have an enumerate like this \begin{enumerate} \item this is item 1 in \ref{SectionName1} \item this is item 2 in \ref{SectionName2} \end{enumerate} \section{AAA} \label{SectionName1} text ...
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How to get a customized counter in enumerate environments and how to label and refer to the items?

In my enumerate environments, I want to have something like \myitem which automatically prints 3(a)., 3(b). etc. (and of course, the regular \items which still print the regular 1., 2., etc.) BTW, I ...
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Automatic referencing of item number in enumerate environment

Here is what I want: And here is how I want to achieve this: Just like you have the \label and \ref commands for automatic section number referencing, I wish to have something similar which will ...
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Simple answer for multiple choice question

I am writing a question, and I have something like this: \begin{enumerate} \item Question 1 \begin{enumerate} \item Choice 1 \item Choice 2 \end{enumerate} \end{enumerate} ...
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Unbold referenced label

I'm fetching references from an enumeration. The problem is that I want the labels of the enumeration to be bold (hence, I've added a \textbf command) but I want the references in the text to be plain ...
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Referencing an enumeration item with redefined \labelenumi

I've got the following problem. I redefined the \labelenumi command to get an alphabetic first-order enumeration. If I label an item in this enumeration and generate a reference to it, the number of ...
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Extended reference for enumerate item using parent environment

I want to reference an item of an enumerate list by it's normal label, if we are still in that same enumeration and by an parent.item syntax if we are somewhere else in the document. For example: ...
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How to make the hyperlink point to the top of linked figure and item of enumeration?

I want to create a problem booklet. Each problem numbered by enumerate has at most one figure that may either be in marginpar or float and occupy the full width. The caption for each figure has a ...
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Custom enumeration for axioms or hypothesis

This is a follow-up from : Custom Enumeration I'd want to obtain something like : Axioms list : A1. First axiom A2. Second axiom A2'. Equivalent version of the second axiom with cross-reference, ...
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\ref should use enumerate label name

I have done this: \begin{enumerate} \renewcommand{\labelenumi}{\textbf{S.\theenumi}} \item a \item \label{l} b \item c. goto \ref{l} \end{enumerate} The \ref just uses the enumerate number. But I ...
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How do I cross-reference custom labels in my enumitem lists without having the punctuation show up?

I am using enumitem to handle my enumerate and itemize lists. I have a list like \begin{enumerate}[label=Step \arabic{enumi}.] \item step the first \label{en:step-1} \item el secundo ...
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Enumerate environments within theorems

How to create an environment for enumerating that allows one to identify the enumeration with the theorem environment? Example: Definition 1.1 Let X be a set. An algebra over X is a collection C ...
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Custom Enumeration

I have a problem with enumerating a list of axioms in a custom style. For instance, if I wanted to write down the axioms that a function will have to satisfy for it to be a homomorphism of rings, ...
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How to cross reference a section and item in a list in single document?

I want to cross reference sections as well as some items in the list in my document. for ex: \label helps us to cross reference the sections. If we renew the command to provide the cross reference for ...
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Redefining enumerate counters in beamer

I'd like to do two things with the enumerate environment in beamer. I'd like to reformat it so that it shows up as (1) An item a. A subitem b. Another subitem I'd like to be able to refer to ...
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How to refer to labels in math mode from math mode

If you refer to item labels that are written in math mode from some other math mode occurrence, then you get errors. I guess it's because it leads to nested math modes. Is there any way to avoid these ...
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Naming enumerated lists referencing the names

Currently I have the following TeX \begin{enumerate} \item First idea \item \label{idea:s} Second idea \end{enumerate} \begin{enumerate} \item Point about \ref{idea:s} \end{enumerate} I would like ...
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Cross-reference entire enumerate list

I would like to refer to all the items of an enumerate environment, by applying a label to the list. I tried this \documentclass{article}[10pt] \usepackage{amsmath, hyperref, enumerate} ...
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Label a complete enumeration

I am trying to create a simple enumeration and give it a label so I can access it. But the only thing I get in return is the number of the subsubsection. This is my code, which doesn't seem to work. ...
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A question about customizing ref in enumitem package

I'm experimenting with enumitem version 3.4 (released Aug 2011) a little but facing a problem in customizing the ref. What I'm trying to reach is simple: Have list label in the form 1.1.3. for ...
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labels for itemize in proposition

I have a Proposition which consists of an itemize with three claims, i.e. \begin{prop} \begin{itemize} \item[(i)] ... \item[(ii)] ... \item[(iii)] ... \end{itemize} \end{prop} I wish to insert ...
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Referencing a nested list item by only its most immediate bullet

I'd like to be able to reference a nested enumerated list item only by its inner-most identifying character. \begin{enumerate}[(1)] \item \begin{enumerate}[(a)] \item \label{mylabel} Referenced ...
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Refer to customized `enumerate` counter

Background I'm typesetting a list of conditions for a certain mathematical object. There are three conditions. Later on I wish to provide an equivalent condition for the third. Therefore, it would be ...
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showexpl LTXexample and references inside enumerate

I've used the wonderful LTXexample environment defined by showexpl to illustrate some LaTeX basics. However, the following code confuses it: the reference remains ?? no matter how many times I ...
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Label numbering gone crazy

I have redefined the enumerate counters to include the section number, and this works as expected. However, when I try to cross-reference text in my document, the number on the reference doesn't show ...