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Jan
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asked How can I independently number figure pages?
Jan
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comment How to get cleveref to explicitly list each reference rather than joining them?
This is a very handy trick for one off compression blocking, or even as your example shows only blocking certain combinations.
Dec
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accepted How to get cleveref to explicitly list each reference rather than joining them?
Dec
28
comment How to get cleveref to explicitly list each reference rather than joining them?
your example comes out the same, it's just I was unaware that the default was neither sort nor nosort. Thanks for clarification.
Dec
28
comment How to get cleveref to explicitly list each reference rather than joining them?
It seems like there's something more at work here, like a compress option somewhere?
Dec
28
comment How to get cleveref to explicitly list each reference rather than joining them?
However, the code you present, seems to do what I want with the sort. I have the labels in order already but with the sort on, instead of listing sections 1, 2 and 3 like in your example with sort, it lists sections 1 to 3.
Dec
28
comment How to get cleveref to explicitly list each reference rather than joining them?
Thanks for fixing the formatting.
Dec
28
comment How to get cleveref to explicitly list each reference rather than joining them?
Perfect, this does exactly what I was after.
Dec
28
asked How to get cleveref to explicitly list each reference rather than joining them?
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Jun
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comment What packages do people load by default in LaTeX?
Personally I use an editor which automatically highlights and groups in the "structure" window any comment that begins with %TODO: Works better for me because you don't have anything in your compiled document giving away the fact that it still has TODOs around.
Feb
13
comment How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
Ok, I get it, the ! means do a calculation, and the sub means subtraction. Thanks.
Feb
12
answered How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
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accepted How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
Feb
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comment How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
To add some background, I generally run my eps files through processing with psfrag / pstricks and anything else to produce a pdf file which can then be directly dropped into a document compiled with pdflatex (and not using any --shell-escape).
Feb
12
comment How to overlay graphs using includegraphics or pstricks?
This answer is very helpful. I hadn't seen the standalone documentclass before. It also seems to be a very configurable version for what I want to do. Thanks.