If the problem only occurs for sections, you might just want to define your own command:. Hi Guillaume, Thanks for your comment. There are two ways in which you can refer to labels: The documentation system provides three substitutions that are defined by default. Use the --dest flag to specify a destination directory for any number of source files. It is then possible to write something like.
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LaTeX Cross References
In such cases you can help Hyperlatex by using the Label environment, showing Hyperlatex how to make a label tag surrounding the text in the environment. This does not work with all cross-reference roles, but is domain specific. In LaTeX, obtain a Harvard style of citations as follows, with the same format for the. By default, label names are produced with a small initial letter. For example there is one for dynamical systems. Line breaks are sometimes problematic in a bibliography, so avoid with ragged right justification. If numfig is False , figures are not numbered.
7. Cross References
The name of an executable program. You can link to a specific section by saying: When you run LaTeX on a document with cross-references, it often doesn't know which section the references actually refer to. The varioref package provides a more convenient way of doing this using the command: The --style flag is rarely useful, because the content of "scribble.
This command typesets anchor, expanding any commands in there, and makes it an active hyperlink to the position marked with label:. But, if I refer to the first image in a subsection 5. The first part, labelling the place you want to reference, is done using the command: Any label used in the interface should be marked with this role, including button labels, window titles, field names, menu and menu selection names, and even values in selection lists. I only have one table at the moment and its caption calls it 2. I had the same problem with the figure being referenced by the section instead of just the number I wanted.
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