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[AUCTeX-devel] Re: [AUCTeX] outline mode section for tex-ref.tex

From: josh
Subject: [AUCTeX-devel] Re: [AUCTeX] outline mode section for tex-ref.tex
Date: Tue, 02 May 2006 20:40:09 +0200
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Hi David,

my e-mail address is valid, as you see. I've sent off the info you

While we're at it, I've added another line to the patch, so here's a
new-and-improved patch (I'm sure I'll leave it at that, though.)



David Kastrup wrote:
> I am afraid that the procedure is a bit more complicated than just
> declaring something in an Email.  I'll be sending you the assignment
> request papers in separate mail.  I have no idea whether your Email
> address is valid, though.

*** tex-ref.tex 2006-05-02 20:36:45.485166701 +0200
--- tex-ref_outline.tex 2006-05-02 20:36:13.221780909 +0200
*** 537,542 ****
--- 537,566 ----
  \key{Show current item}{C-c C-o i}
  \key{Hide or show current item}{C-c C-o C-o}
+ \vskip 5ex plus 6ex minus 1ex
+ \title{Outlining \TeX\ Documents}
+ AUC\TeX\ supports outline mode by defining section, subsection,
+ etc. as heading levels. You can use \kbd{M-x outline-minor-mode RET}
+ to toggle outline minor mode. All outline minor mode commands are
+ under the prefix key specified by outline-minor-mode-prefix, default
+ is ``C-c @''.
+ \key{Hide all of buffer except headings}{C-c @ C-t}
+ \key{Show all text in buffer}{C-c @ C-a}
+ \key{Hide body following this heading}{C-c @ C-c}
+ \key{Show body following this heading}{C-c @ C-e}
+ \key{Hide subtree}{C-c @ C-d}
+ \key{Show subtree}{C-c @ C-s}
+ \key{All subheadings visible}{C-c @ C-k}
+ \key{next visible heading}{C-c @ C-n}
+ \key{previous visible heading}{C-c @ C-p}
+ \key{forward to next subheading}{C-c @ C-f}
+ \key{backward to next subheading}{C-c @ C-b}
+ \key{up one heading level}{C-c @ C-u}
  \iftrue % RefTeX long version

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