I use this code to format back references in bibliography:


which prints me these lovely back references: ↑1, ↑3 and so on.

How can I get the same back references but for those in the glossary? (I use the glossaries package)


By default, locations are encapsulated with \glsnumberformat, which is defined as:


So, if you don't use the format key, you can just redefine this command to include your marker:




\newglossaryentry{sample}{name={sample},description={an example}}

A \gls{sample}.

\chapter{Another Sample}
Another \gls{sample}.


Glossary sample an example. ↑1, ↑3


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