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Re: Changing Textbook.nb to label equations

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  • Subject: [mg81245] Re: Changing Textbook.nb to label equations
  • From: chuck009 <dmilioto at comcast.com>
  • Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2007 03:37:40 -0400 (EDT)

Hello guys.  Not as bad as I thought:  First I created my own private Textbook style sheet. Then I overrode the definitions for "Section" and "EquationNumbered" as follows.  Note in the CounterFormat I specify "BookChapterNumber.Section.EquationNumbered" and in the CellFrameLabels I add a CounterBox for BookChapterNumber, Section, and EquationNumbered:

Cell[StyleData["Section"],
TaggingRules:>{
  "CounterSettings" -> {
    "CounterFormat" -> {"BookChapterNumber", ".", "Section",".",
    "EquationNumbered"}, "CounterTarget" -> "Cell", 
     "XRefPrefix" -> "Section"}},
  CounterIncrements->{
  "Section", "SectionHeader", "SubsectionHeader", "SubsubsectionHeader", "SubsubsubsectionHeader"},
 CounterAssignments->{{"Subsection", 0}, {"Subsubsection", 0}, 
 {"Subsubsubsection", 0},{"EquationNumbered", 0}}
]

Cell[StyleData["EquationNumbered"],
TaggingRules:>{
  "CounterSettings" -> {
    "CounterFormat" -> {"BookChapterNumber", ".","Section",".", "EquationNumbered"}, "CounterTarget" -> "Cell", 
     "XRefPrefix" -> "Equation"}},
 CellHorizontalScrolling->True,
 CellFrameLabels->{{None, 
    Cell[
     TextData[{"(", 
       CounterBox["BookChapterNumber"], ".",CounterBox["Section"],".", 
       CounterBox["EquationNumbered"], ")"}]]}, {None, None}},
 DefaultFormatType->DefaultInputFormatType,
 InputAutoReplacements->{},
 CounterIncrements->"EquationNumbered"
]


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