Teigen Jan Gunnar jan.teigen at vegvesen.no
Sun Nov 13 15:03:01 CET 2005

Hey again!

Today I found a solution of the enquiry I sent you yesterday, namely
'\refstepcounter{paragraph}'. Now everything works fine!

I apologize if my inquiry may have caused any problems for you.

Kind regards
Jan Teigen

>  -----Opprinnelig melding-----
> Fra: 	Teigen Jan Gunnar
> Sendt:	12. november 2005 17:43
> Til:	'support at tug.org'
>
> Hey
>
> I am writing on a document for some 'rules and regulations' in pdfTex
> where I use the paragraph sectioning command a lot. It is not
> practical to include these paragraphs in the Table of Content since
> they are numerous and without heading (but I include them as
> bookmarks). However, it is 'a must' to be able cross-referencing the
> individual paragraphs. So far, I have used a LaTex-structure like this
> for each paragraph:
> %**************************************************
> \paragraph*{\theparagraph\hspace{-1em}}
> \pdfbookmark[4]{\theparagraph}{\theparagraph}
> \label{key}
> %**************************************************
> Text of the paragraph ..........
>
> This works fine for the bookmark, and also for the hyperlink when I
> paragraph). However, the problem is that '\ref{key}' yields the
> overlaying subsection-number (which is in ToC), instead of the actual
> paragraph-number.
>
> I understand that this is not a bug in LaTex, just the way it is meant
> to work. However, what I miss here is the following extention of the
> ref-command: \ref[counter]{key}, with a counter optional (in my case
> paragraph). Maybe this can be enabled using the \renewcommand, but I
> don't have the skills.
> COan you help me finding a way around this problem?
>
> Kind regards
> Jan Teigen
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