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Re: [AUCTeX-devel] Website etc...

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX-devel] Website etc...
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 11:10:45 +0200
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* David Kastrup (2005-03-31) writes:

> Ralf Angeli <address@hidden> writes:
>> * David Kastrup (2005-03-31) writes:
>>> I am sort of counting the chicken before they are hatched, namely
>>> doing RELEASE and similar files in preview-latex.  What will the web
>>> site for preview-latex be as a subsite of the AUCTeX site?
>> I thought we would not have a subsite but have the relevant stuff be
>> presented on the respective pages of the new AUCTeX site,
>> i.e. downloads on the download page, manual on the documentation
>> page etc.
> Well, yes.  But I'd still like an anchor to point to.

You can find an update of the page at the location mentioned before
where I added a short info about preview-latex to the front page.  You
can link to this paragraph by adding `#preview-latex' to the end of
the URL.  That means once it is up on you will be able to
use <URL:>.  (I am
not sure if an explicite specification of the file in question is
needed but the above is working here.) As the page is rather short,
you will not really notice that you are linked to that paragraph
unless you make the browser window really, really small.

There will be similar additions for preview-latex on the documentation
and download pages.  I have yet to find a good method for letting a
user recognize immediately which paragraph(s) refer to preview-latex
and which to AUCTeX.  Probably I will make the names in the respective
parts bold or give them (the names) a different background color.  I
tried that on the front page and it didn't look too good but is
probably still better than using lines to separate paragraphs or
marking whole paragraphs.  Oh well, maybe I'll stick with italics.


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