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How to specify on an EDD different numbering sequences for sections, tables and figures?

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Aug 17, 2020

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I have a document for which I'd like to have independent autonumbering for chapter, sections, tables and figures.

For example,  consider the following structure which the numbers for each are independent. More importantly, my EDD is based on docbook's markup, so it seems a bit different case than what is described here ). I've tried the "T:<n+>", "F:<n+>" suggestions but without success.

 

1. chapter

   1.1 section

         1.1 figure

         1.2 figure

         1.3 figure

   1.2 section

   1.3 section

        1.1 table

        1.4. figure

        1.2 table

   1.4 section

 

It seems FM allows for only one counter per context level. Thus, the result for the example above is that the 2nd number is always be increasing by 1 instead. (e.g. "1.2 section" is numbered as  "1.5 section")

Thanks.

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How to specify on an EDD different numbering sequences for sections, tables and figures?

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I have a document for which I'd like to have independent autonumbering for chapter, sections, tables and figures.

For example,  consider the following structure which the numbers for each are independent. More importantly, my EDD is based on docbook's markup, so it seems a bit different case than what is described here ). I've tried the "T:<n+>", "F:<n+>" suggestions but without success.

 

1. chapter

   1.1 section

         1.1 figure

         1.2 figure

         1.3 figure

   1.2 section

   1.3 section

        1.1 table

        1.4. figure

        1.2 table

   1.4 section

 

It seems FM allows for only one counter per context level. Thus, the result for the example above is that the 2nd number is always be increasing by 1 instead. (e.g. "1.2 section" is numbered as  "1.5 section")

Thanks.

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I've figured out the issue I was having on my EDD. As it turns out this post has also been helpful.

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