[pstricks] problem in equation numbering
hh-brasil at bol.com.br
hh-brasil at bol.com.br
Thu Apr 18 19:34:51 CEST 2013
Dear kari,
I would put the label command within the equation (before the "end{equation}")
hh
Em 18/04/2013 12:45, Kari Eloranta < kari.eloranta at mac.com > escreveu:
This might not be a pstricks related question, but any help is greatly appreciated. I have created a macro
\newcommand{\info}[1]{%
\vskip10pt
\noindent\psframebox*[framesep=10pt,%
fillstyle=solid,%
fillcolor=yellow!55,%
linecolor=black]{\parbox[c][\height][s]{\textwidth-18pt}
{\noindent #1}}
}
which draws a filled yellow box around #1. If I call the macro with
\info{{\blue Resistance}\\%
The resistance of an electrical component is
\begin{equation}
R=\frac{V}{I}
\end{equation}\label{eq:res}
where $V$ is the potential difference across the component, and $I$ the electric current flowing through it.}
the equation number (label) becomes 1.20 in the output pdf. However, when I try use \ref{eq:res} to reference the equation, the reference tag is 1.10 instead of 1.20. Recompiling does not help. Is there a solution to this problem?
Best regards,
Kari
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