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Smart cross-references between 2 volumes using Zref package

Following the post How to enable smart references when using xr-hyper package for producing multi-volume book? I tried to elaborate required solution using zref package as was suggested by @Andrew ...
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How to enable smart references when using xr-hyper package for producing multi-volume book?

I'm using xr-hyper package by @David Carlisle and smartref package by Giuseppe Bilotta to compile a multi-volume book. xr-hyper enables cross-references between different volumes as shows the ...
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.aux file not found or empty while cross-referencing between files [closed]

I have an issue similar to this one. In oppose to that thread, I use xelatex. Don't know, though, if this is the issue or not. I have two files. In the first one (Characteristics.tex) I have: % ...
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1answer
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Cross referencing: zref-xr does not detect .aux file of second document

So I am trying to crossreference labels across two documents: draft.tex and appendix.tex. When compiling I get the following error message: ./draft04.tex:16: Package zref-xr Warning: File ...
7
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1answer
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Modified \overline over first character of complex argument

I've been using zref to handle my references. It has allowed me to customize a reference the way I want through its property lists. In particular, I reference a variety of structures in my document ...
7
votes
1answer
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Decide whether a label occurs in the current chapter

I want to decide if some label occurs in the same chapter as the current one. I use the zref package as suggested in Chapter ref with LaTeX to find out in which chapter a label occurs, and compare ...
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How to use \pageref{foo} as a number?

What I want to do is to show a "progress bar" in the header to show how far you are in the document, by making a rule with width pagenumber divided by total pages times the paper width. This is what ...