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Label in a ntheorem environment witout additional caption

I defined a new theorem with the ntheorem package. If i want to add a label to a certain theorem i get an error from the caption package. And referencing doesn't work. Package caption Warning: ...
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How to get cleveref to treat separate theorem-types as one?

Introduction I'm using a somewhat complex theorem-environment setup which, perhaps, is finally getting me into trouble. I use memoir, cleveref and ntheorem. There is a global thmcounter that all ...
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Reference entire title of a Theorem, not just its number

Say I have \begin{theorem}\label{thm:Fermat} This is a theorem about Fermat. \end{theorem} and the output is Theorem 5.2. This is a theorem about Fermat. Now I want to reference it by ...
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problems with hyperref when \thethm points to undefined reference

Consider the following three minimal examples. I do not understand why the first doesn't work while the second and third is fine. Can anyone tell me? Hyperref seems to have problems when \thethm is ...
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How do I determine the name of the counter associated with a theorem-like environment

(A question related to this one and leading up to this one.) Suppose I'm using ntheorem. I would like to have a command which determines the name (not the value) of the counter associated with a ...
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Equation-reference with cleveref

I am using cleveref, which seems to be working fine, except for my equation references, which are referenced as ??. My equation is: \begin{equation}\label{ex2eqn} Y_{t} = \epsilon_t + 1.8Y_{t-1} + ...
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autoref names messed up when defining certain ntheorem theoremstyles

I define a theorem style pretty innocuously, to get things looking a bit more like amsthm theorems. But - my \autoref{}s become messed up with optional arguments of theorem environments. ...
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ntheorem + autoref + aliascnt cause TeX to exceed grouplimit capacity

I'm using MikTeX 2.9. When processing the following: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage[hyperref]{ntheorem} \usepackage{aliascnt} \newtheorem{lemma}{Lemma} ...