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Mar
6
comment Multiple references to the same footnote with hyperref support - is there a better solution?
Ok, so, I've figured it out. This solution doesn't work if the footnotes are referenced from a table cell. In such case, this other question is relevant: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/95866/…
Mar
6
comment Multiple references to the same footnote with hyperref support - is there a better solution?
Unfortunately that might not be the whole story. I'm using version 0.18.5, from 2012/03/07, but still get the ?? in place of the footnote reference.
Mar
6
comment Reference different places to the same footnote
I can't seem to make this solution work. Always get a an error message You can't use a prefix with `the character @'. :\
Jan
26
accepted Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
Jan
26
comment Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
I'm accepting this solution. The markup on @cmhughes' solution is cleaner, but the final result of this one is closer to what I was looking for. Thanks!
Jan
26
comment Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
I'm accepting @texnokrat's answer because his final result is much closer to what I was looking for, but this one wins the "cleanest markup" award :-) Well done.
Jan
26
accepted Suppress link (or just the color) of a specific \nameref
Jan
26
comment Suppress link (or just the color) of a specific \nameref
Now, that was easy! Thanks :-)
Jan
26
asked Suppress link (or just the color) of a specific \nameref
Jan
25
awarded  Yearling
Jan
25
awarded  Commentator
Jan
25
comment Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
That's impressive! I'm getting an error with my document though. pdflatex says ! Dimension too large. <recently read> \pgfmath@x. Any idea what the cause might be?
Jan
25
comment Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
@MatthewLeingang ... and unfortunately I don't think this particularly contributes to neither (a good or a done one), but I could think of worst ways to procrastinate :-)
Jan
24
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
24
comment Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
@StevenB.Segletes Interesting. I missed that because I was looking only at the main .aux file (there are several .aux files, as the document is split into several .tex files). I might give it a shot if no "out-of-the-box" solution comes up.
Jan
24
comment Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
@MatthewRankin I'm using pdflatex, which I think uses pdfTex under the hood.
Jan
24
comment Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
I'm not sure what is the format of .aux files, but just gave a quick look at mine and I can't find any reference to page numbers. I'm guessing there's some additional information that is used to build the table of contents.
Jan
24
asked Chart showing the relative number of pages in the document
Jan
9
comment How do I ensure that figures appear in the section they're associated with?
@przemoc Note, however, that this doesn't seem to work for subsections.
May
17
comment How to highlight paragraph (linebreak preserving) as well as itemize, tabular etc.?
I had instead to use \hl{text\mbox{\cite{texbook}}} for it to work for me, otherwise I got "Reconstruction failed" errors.