[OS X TeX] PrettyRef

Aaron Jackson jackson at msrce.howard.edu
Wed Mar 9 15:52:22 EST 2005

On Mar 9, 2005, at 3:02 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote:

> Norman Gray wrote:
>> Alain,
>> On 2005 Mar 9 , at 14.37, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>>> I just started using PrettyRef and I like it but I have to keep 
>>> track of the label numbers on paper. Is the place where  LaTeX keeps 
>>> track of the label numbers accessible?
>> Do you mean some mechanism for including the contents of the \label 
>> commands on the printed page?  The package `showlabels' (which I 
>> wrote, but which should be in your distribution) does this.
>> Just \usepackage{showlabels}, and each usage of \label, and 
>> optionally other commands, produces a note in the margin or 
>> interlineally.
>> Or is that not what you were looking for?
> I am afraid not. I am looking for a very trivial thing. As I am making 
> yet another PrettyRef and go label the section I need to refer to, I 
> can't remember what the last number is that I used. I suppose LaTeX 
> knows but I don't know where it keeps it.

Number? I'm not sure what it is that you need, but you shouldn't have 
to keep track of any numbers.  Maybe you can give an example of what 
you are talking about to make it more clear.


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