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comment Relative chapter references
I think you meant to link here ;)
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comment Changing the color of the typeblock by changing the color of the text
Could you provide the code please?
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comment two documents sharing same reference numbering
Done just that in the answer proper ;)
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comment two documents sharing same reference numbering
I think one could write a Python / Perl / Bash / whatever script to get the reference's keys from your "main" paper (by looking for \cite commands), then write out \nocites for them to a file, say mainrefs.tex. Then in your "secondary" paper you could \input{mainrefs} at the very beginning ;)