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add () around \ref{}

How can I add [ and ] around \ref{myref} so that I get something like this: [1.1] This does not work: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[colorlinks=true,allcolors=blue]{hyperref} \let\oldref\ref ...
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1answer
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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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1answer
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How to change the font of a cross reference made using \ref

I am using the Cambridge University Press book class cambridge7A (available at http://authornet.cambridge.org/information/productionguide/laTex_files/ and much used by CUP authors) A minimal example ...
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1answer
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Editing cleveref's format for multiple label references

I am using the cleveref package to refer to theorems, equations, etc, in an article (LaTeX). I wish to have the format of reference as: Thm. (1) for single theorem (or equation, figure, etc) and Thms. ...
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1answer
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Name formatting with cleveref - question about types

I want to customize the text that appears when I do a \cref{}, so for example, I want to make a link to section 0.1 but I want the text to say 'Summary' not section 0.1. I had this part working with ...
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2answers
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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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1answer
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How to insert formula number inside formula?

I want to put a formula number inside an \align enviroment. For eaxmple \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[left=2cm,right=2cm, top=2cm,bottom=2cm,bindingoffset=0cm]{geometry} ...
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1answer
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First reference to equation underlined

In these days I'm writing at my Bachelor's Thesis and I've got a new problem. I have to underline the first reference to figures, tables and equations. By searching in the Internet I've already found ...
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0answers
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Produce parentheses around number of equation [duplicate]

Is there any direct command which can help me to put the number of a equation in the parentheses, for example if I write the following: \begin{equation} \label{eq:1} this is my equation ...
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1answer
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How to \label emails in appendix?

I would like to include ~20 emails in the appendix section of an article, so I in the article can e.g. write "...according to \ref{email1}". If I put each email in a subsection, then I have to find a ...
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1answer
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Add label to textual data

This question is extremely basic and I know how to solve it basically but it is a workaround and I was wondering whether there is a much better way to do it - here is the problem: I'd like to give ...
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4answers
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cleveref: configure symbol §/§§ for all sectioning types once time

I want to configure the section symbol § (singular and plural form §§) indistinctly for all types of sections (part, chapter, section, subsection, paragraph and so on). I use the cleveref package, but ...
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2answers
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cleveref counter and ref label number format with padding zeroes

I am using cleverref and a custom counter to typeset a special kind of reference, where I need the same text on the definition side and the reference side. Currently I use ...
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3answers
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How to make an observation numbering in bold?

I'm writing a paper in LIPIcs template. \newtheorem{observation}[theorem]{\textbf{Observation}} \newcommand{\robs}[1]{Observation~\ref{#1}} \newcommand{\rfig}[1]{Fig.~\ref{#1}} ...
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1answer
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Double index in the same documents

I have a question about a problem that I am facing. I have a document composed by two different and independent parts in two where the second parts refers to just some elements of the first one. Both ...
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How to style equation label and reference differently? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Changing the apperance of equation numbers with amsmath I need to be able to make the labels of equations bold, but at the same time I need the citations to those ...
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1answer
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Cross reference formatting options

I have got a quick question; I am writing a document with lots of sections and figures. Cross referencing works fine. So far so good. However, I would prefer when I reference something to have the ...
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782 views

Fancy cross-referencing

As an extended idea of Using section sign (§) for cross-references to sections, how can we use See ⚙5.2 and ☰5.3 in ☞123. instead of: See figure 5.2 and table 5.3 in page 123. ...
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Using section sign (§) for cross-references to sections

In some papers and books you see that author uses §1.3 instead of section 1.3. How § sign can be added before section (or part, chapter, ...) number automatically? Please mention any useful tip about ...
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2answers
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Refer to some equation number in different environments

I hope there is a solution for this. When I refer to some equation I always get something like 37, but I would like to have (37). I could make a new command but the problem is I use many kind of ...
3
votes
1answer
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Changing subfig \subfref format

I'd like to know how to hack subfig in order to change the format of \subref. The current format, when subfig is initialized with listofformat=parens yields output like 4.5(b) . I'd like to add a ...
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1answer
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Changing the apperance of equation numbers with amsmath

For equations in my document, I use the facilities of the amsmath package. In order to make the equation numbers more eye-catching, I want them to be in boldface and a little bit indented to the ...
5
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1answer
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Shortened page-ranges from \pageref

In some typographic conventions page-ranges are shortened to save space, e.g. writing "1234-35" or even "1234-5" instead of "1234-1235". I would like to have a \pageref{foo}--\pageref{bar} ...
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Adding parentheses around subfig references

Say I have a figure with two subfloats inserted using the subfig package. When I reference them with \ref{myLabel} I get this Figure 3.5a and 3.5b. But what I want is this: Figure 3.5(a) ...