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Fancyref using wrong table number [duplicate]

I am currently working on my thesis and I discovered a nasty problem. I use the following code to reference a table: \fref{tab:alternatives} Now I defined the table like this: \begin{table}[h] ...
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How to change Fancyref's page numbering behaviour?

I am using the Fancyref (\Fref{}) package for cross referencing but every reference is in the form "Figure 4 on the next page". How can I tell the package to only include "on page xxx" if the ...
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Different fancyref strings for different reference targets?

I use fancyref with the default prefixes (chap:, fig: and so on). I'm not entirely happy with the way the references are generated when the referenced object is on a different page. For tables and ...
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How to define a macro which declares a fancyref prefix? How to prevent it from outputting text?

In a LaTeX document, I use the fancyref package for in-document references. However, I need a bunch of custom prefixes to reference lemmas, definitions and theorems, which fancyref dos not provide. ...
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How to extend fancyref for listings?

I use a listings environment to format source code such as a JSON file. \begin{lstlisting}[label={lst:json-example},caption=A JSON example] { "title" : "JSON specification", "author" : "Douglas ...
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Problem with fancyref, babel and equation references

I am using fancyref and babel together in a LaTeX document and redefine the label for the equation references by \renewcommand{\frefeqname}{Eq.}, so that they look something like "Eq. (3.4)". However, ...