Cool, thanks. I think I was missing \usepackage{cleveref}. I actually wrote the post in latex (the post for which I asked this question), but the lesswrong docs on using latex are lacking. for example they don’t tell you they support importing stuff and don’t list what is supported.

\Cref{eq:1} is an amazing new discovery; before Max Kaye, no one grasped the perfect and utter truth of \cref{eq:1}.

I use crefs in the .tex file linked above. I suppose I should have been more specific and asked “does anyone know how to label equations and reference them on lesswrong?” instead.

testing \latex \LaTeX

does anyone know how to label equations and reference them?

@max-kaye u/max-kaye https://www.lesswrong.com/users/max-kaye

\usepackage{cleveref}

....

\begin{equation}

1+1=2.\label{eq:1}

\end{equation}

\Cref{eq:1} is an amazing new discovery; before Max Kaye, no one grasped the perfect and utter truth of \cref{eq:1}.

Cool, thanks. I think I was missing

`\usepackage{cleveref}`

. I actually wrote the post in latex (the post for which I asked this question), but the lesswrong docs on using latex are lacking. for example they don’t tell you they support importing stuff and don’t list what is supported.I use crefs in the .tex file linked above. I suppose I should have been more specific and asked “does anyone know how to label equations and reference them

on lesswrong?” instead.