{showlabels} is a package that helps you keep track of all the labels you define, by putting the name of new labels into the margin whenever the `\label` command is used.

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Is there a package (like showlabels) for amsrefs?

I'd like amsrefs to print (in the bibliography, not with the actual citations, e.g. in the margin) the label used in the \bib and \cite commands (i.e., the first argument to \bib). I tried this: ...
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How can I see the labels of equations in the pdf format? [duplicate]

I would like to see the labels for every equations in pdf format? this is easier to refere later by looking for the labels in pdf format not in text file.
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How to fix showing table labels in TeXstudio when using ctable package?

In TeXstudio editor one can easily choose which labels to reference as soon as you type the cross-referencing-macro you intended to use, for instance, \cref{} of the cleveref package (see image ...
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Tweak showlabels/showkeys - wrap the label

Can showlabels wrap the label in the margin? A very similar question is showlabels: wrap labels in marginpar, but the solution of @DavidCarlisle does not solve the more general case. Consider the ...
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Show IEEElabels with showlabel?

I'm using IEEEtrantools to typeset equations (here's an excellent tutorial). The package offers, among other things the IEEEeqnarray environment to typeset equations. That environment has an issue ...
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showlabels: wrap labels in marginpar

I use the showlabels package to highlight labels, references and citations. It appears that, by default, showlabels cannot wrap the keys in the marginpar. If I have a series of citations in one line, ...