[NTG-context] \in

David Arnold dwarnold45 at cox.net
Sat Aug 5 02:48:59 CEST 2006


A partial answer:

\definereferenceformat[infigure][text=Figure]
\definereferenceformat[infigures][text=Figures]
\definereferenceformat[intable][text=Table]
\definereferenceformat[intables][text=Tables]
\definereferenceformat[insection][text=Section]
\definereferenceformat[inequation][left=(,right=),text=equation]
\definereferenceformat[inexample][text=Example]
\definereferenceformat[indefinition][text=Definition]

Then, in \inequation[eq:newton], we see ...

On Aug 4, 2006, at 5:44 PM, Renaud AUBIN wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Is that possible to setup the \in command to obtain:
> - \in[fig:fig_ref] returns figure 1.1
> - \in[eq:eq_ref] returns (1.1)
> _ \in[sec:sec_ref] returns section 2.1
>
> Up to now I have used:
> - \in{figure}[fig:fig_ref]
> - \in{(}{)}[eq_eq_ref] (but there is an extra h space just after "(" )
> - \in{section}[sec_sec_ref]
>
> Moreover, how could I set the face of the output ?
>
> Cheers,
>
> Renaud
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