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comment IEEEeqnarray: \tag-like command?
Have been using this for a while now with great success. Just to mention a bug I just hit, for the archives: The \ztag command has to be placed in the last column. E.g. if you just have content in the leftmost column, you still have to do my stuff goes here && \ztag{Foo}. Otherwise, the tag is not set, and I think even equation numbers are messed up.
Dec
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Dec
17
comment smartref package: Problems when referencing from math mode \text{}
Now I got it! So inside \text{...} and with \firstchoice@false, \setcounter won't do anything, which is strongly unexpected by the definition of \@getsmartref which assumes \setcounter to just set the counter. Hah, thanks!
Dec
17
comment smartref package: Problems when referencing from math mode \text{}
It just works, very nice, thank you so much! If you don't mind, could you explain why it works? I looked at the source of smartref and \text in amsmath, yet I couldn't figure it out. Why does \text have to bother with counters at all? And how could it be a problem for \@getsmartref to be evaluated several times?
Dec
17
accepted smartref package: Problems when referencing from math mode \text{}
Dec
17
comment smartref package: Problems when referencing from math mode \text{}
Well, in fact I'm not using \sectionref, but \thmref with amsmath's theorem environments (which produces exactly the same error). I have some theorems with an enumeration inside and I'd like to reference theorems like 4.12.ii or (ii), depending on the context. I wrote it all up and it works nicely, the only issue left is this one.
Dec
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asked smartref package: Problems when referencing from math mode \text{}
Dec
11
comment IEEEeqnarray: \tag-like command?
Ah, thanks a lot. Works for me now.
Dec
11
accepted IEEEeqnarray: \tag-like command?
Dec
11
awarded  Commentator
Dec
11
comment IEEEeqnarray: \tag-like command?
Eh, almost! Just noticed that if I do \ztag{Fu1} \label{ax:Fu1} (or the other way round), a \ref{ax:Fu1} (or \eqref) will always print the (incorrect) number of the equation, in your case (1), not (Fu1). I guess that's because the counter is not yet changed when \label is evaluated. Any idea?
Dec
10
comment IEEEeqnarray: \tag-like command?
Would you mind explaining how you computed the number of \aftergroup's? Always happy to learn new things.
Dec
10
comment IEEEeqnarray: \tag-like command?
Works like a charm, thanks a lot!
Dec
10
asked IEEEeqnarray: \tag-like command?
Oct
1
comment Count and use the number of items in advance
Chose this one because it precisely fits my request. Thanks a lot for the more complete solution below, too!
Oct
1
accepted Count and use the number of items in advance
Oct
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awarded  Nice Question
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asked Count and use the number of items in advance
Aug
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comment “fo”-ligature makes PDF code look strange in xetex
This seems to be a different issue to me: "fizz" produces characters 'fi', 'z', 'z' where 'fi' is a ligature character. As it has a glyph associated, one can just retrive its width from the current font. "fo" does not have its own character, though.