{varioref} is a package providing commands for cross-referencing that distinguish whether the target is on the same page, an adjacent page or further away and modify the reference text accordingly.

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Difference between ref, varioref and cleveref. Decision for a thesis

How can one make a quick decision what the best "ref" for a thesis in pdflatex with hyperref is? After a few hours reading I do not know more than ref is used by everyone who does not know about ...
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Impact of hyperref, when varioref and cleveref are used

I think I may have found a bug in either hyperref, cleverefoder varioref but can't determine the details any further. If do not load hyperref in the following example, the result is fine. ...
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Relative chapter references

(A follow-up of sorts on Variable chapter references, as per @werner 's suggestion) This is somewhere in between a request for comments and an actual question (as well as a summary of my experiences ...
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Lost labels using intertext with varioref and hyperref

I have a problem using \intertext together with \vref when hyperref is also used. Consider the following minimal example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath, varioref} ...
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Variable chapter references

I'm looking to typeset certain references à la varioref thus so: if I reference chapter 3 from within chapter 2, I'd like the output to look like "...in the next chapter---" rather than "...in chapter ...
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cleveref & varioref : Missing \endcsname inserted

I read the excellent question Difference between ref, varioref and cleveref. Decision for a thesis and various doc on the net (the varioref package documentation) and tried to use it... but with many ...
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Test equality between number of the current page and the one of one reference indicated

In the following code, I have one problem with the test \ifthenelse{\equal{\pageref{#1}}{\thepage}}{...}{...}. Why doesn't this detect the equality hoped if the reference is in the same page where it ...