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    Margriet Palm commented  · 

    A feature like this already present in the emacs package reftex and it works really well, see for example the last screenshot in this post: https://piotrkazmierczak.com/2010/emacs-as-the-ultimate-latex-editor/ . Something similar would be a great improvement to overleaf.

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