[OS X TeX] itemize and \pageref

Stephen Lienhard stephenl at 2bike4.com
Mon Jul 9 14:46:11 EDT 2018

This doesn’t answer your question, I see you did that already, but since you are working with long lists, have you tried the outlines package?

https://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/outlines/ <https://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/outlines/>

I have used it for relatively large outlines.  The package makes it easy to switch between bullets and numbers too.

This is an example of the environment:

\1 This is a first level item.
\1 This is also a first level item.
  \2 By using the 2, we are signifying a second level or indented item.
\1 now back to indent level 1.

— Stephen

> On Jul 9, 2018, at 6:01 AM, Sime Ungar <ungar at math.hr> wrote:
> Answering my own question.
>> I have a rather long itemized list extending several pages, each \item labeled differently, and in other parts of my document I want to use \pageref to link (I am using the hyperref package) the page of the corresponding \item. The number of the respective page produced by \pageref is correct, but clicking the link opens the page of the first \item which is several pages before the correct page. This occurs regardless of whether I use MacTeX 2017 or 2018. How should I make the correct link?
> Instead of itemize use enumerate, and if you do not want the numbers, instead of just \item use \item[$\bullet$].
> Sorry for the unnecessary traffic.
> Best,
>  Sime
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